Any further advice would be appreciated. Originally Posted by Shagbark I don’t understand how to install this driver, or any of the drivers on the Adaptec site. I had a driver that worked in Windows 7×64 and I am now using it in Windows 10 x64, after finding out how to turn-off the Install Warning, because unlike earlier versions, Windows 10 is not a simple click of ignore. I am in the same situation as you were prior to July 30th. According to the description, the issue seems to be related to Windows 7. Did Al give you feedback? I followed your instruction to the letter.
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With the new card, the patch is working.
SCSI driver for Win7 pro 64 bits Solved – Page 3 – Windows 7 Help Forums
There’s a lot of discussion here to this dilemma concerning Windows 7 and a driver for the Adaptec and I wanted to throw my two cents in just in case someone else finds this in a search for this problem. SCSI driver for Win7 pro 64 bits.
Contact Us Legal Privacy and cookies. Wednesday, July 27, 1: Unlike storage devices printers typically need their own unique drivers, I did find: My Epson Expression was collecting dust, but thanks to your link, it is attached to my Win7 64 bit computer and scanning through my Adaptec e SCSI card with Vuescan software.
SCSI on Windows 10 64-bit: Adaptec AHA-2940 (29xx) Ultra, AIC-7870 (78xx), or 29320LPE Ultra 320
Any further advice would be appreciated. To Phil Harrisson I am in the same situation as you were prior to July 30th. All times are GMT Windows 7 Enterprise x Sunday, February 23, 4: When I rebooted after using it. Thursday, November 5, 7: It was recognized in my Hamrick’s VueScan too and scanned beautifully!
Moved by Christine Fok Tuesday, October 13, You best bet would be to contact VueScan to see if they could help. What happened between “still no success” and the “success” of July 39th?
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After the driver was installed my DDS tape drive was listed as a cassette drive at the top of the device list. Originally Posted by Shagbark I don’t understand how to install this driver, or aha2-940uw of the drivers on the Adaptec site.
I found them here: By continuing to browse this site, you agree to this use. This is what is showing in Device Manager.
Adaptec – AHAUW
I have a scsi card I just installed for my computer and nothing works, so thought id give this a try, but don’t know what to do really. I select the directory ahha-2940uw the unzipped files. I have been searching for what seems like weeks now and can’t seem to find anything. Just tried with a winows install of Windows 10 build and was able to install the driver for my AU card.
I would like to thank everyone here for their input All of these suggestions will keep 7 running legacy hardware Had to cleanup an old SCSI drive today and realized I do not have anything running SCSI anymore This aha-2940jw is provided “AS IS” with no warranties, and confers no rights.
Proposed as answer by svanschalkwyk Wednesday, December 25, I found the above worked, and just to help those out there, here is a forum with someone who has shared the Vista x64 driver, it aha-29940uw for me today 2nd Oct Sunday, March 27, 6: I followed your instructions and after rebooting the drive was online in Windows Hi Ethe, I wanted to thank you for your post and your link.