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log in with your existing support account. Username Password Forgot your username or password? Support Home Answers Ask a Question Your Account Account Overview Support History Account Settings Notifications When a Verify or Low Level Format is attempted on the hard drive, it responds with adaptec scsi cable some error codes. Answer ID 170 | Published 04/27/1999 08:54 AM | Updated 11/20/2011 09:05 PM adaptec scsi adapter When the SCSI Disk Utility is used to format or verify a hard drive, an Unexpected SCSI Command Failure is returned with a lot of adaptec usb scsi error information. What does this mean? This information applies to the following Operating System(s): - This information is not operating system specific These errors indicate that SCSI Select encountered a problem with the disk drive or media. Normally some of the following adaptec 2940 scsi information is displayed: SCSI target ID of the device SCSI CDB Sent (e.g., 03 xx xx....., 04 xx xx indicating the command sent) Host Adapter Status (e.g., 00h No host adapter error - this means that the status of the host adapter is good - no error reported by the host adapter) Target Status (e.g., 02h Check Condition) Sense key (e.g., 03h-Medium error) Common Sense Key errors: 02h--Not ready - Media is not ready to format. Drive may not be up to speed. 03h--Medium
Adaptec Scsi Card 39160error - Disk media may be defective. Attempt to format and then verify again. 04h--Hardware error - If the drive is not spinning up, the disk is probably defective. Try setting the jumper on the drive to spin up at power on. 05h--Illegal Request - Rare, usually indicates firmware issues or the vendor does not allow format. 06h--Unit attention - The unit may be write protected. Check jumper configuration. Disable write protect or Unit Attention jumper. Sense Codes and Sense Code Qualifiers are usually vendor specific: Typical: Error code (hex) Description Byte 12 Byte 13 00 00 No additional information is supplied 01 00 There is no index/sector signal 02 00 There is no seek complete signal 03 00 A write fault occurred 04 00 The drive is not ready and the cause is not reportable 04 01 The drive is not ready, but it is in the process of becoming ready 04 02 The drive is not ready; it is waiting for the initializing command 04 03 The drive is not ready; human intervention is required 04 04 The drive is not ready; the format routine is in process 05 00 The drive does not respond when it is selected 06 00 Track 0 was not found 07 00 More than one drive is selected at a time 08 00 There was a drive communication failure 08 01 A drive communication time-out occurred 08 02 A drive communication parity error occurred 09 00 A track following error o
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Adaptec Scsi Card 29160Notifications USBXchange or USB2Xchange will not install adaptec scsi card 39320a in Windows / Error Code 10 Answer ID 4143 | Published 09/12/2002 08:05 AM | Updated 12/09/2011 05:29 AM adaptec scsi card 29160lp The USBXchange or USB2Xchange is attached to the on-board USB port running Windows XP. After it is attached, Windows finds the adapter and tries to install the drivers for it. http://ask.adaptec.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/170/~/when-a-verify-or-low-level-format-is-attempted-on-the-hard-drive,-it-responds Directing Windows to the USBXchange CD-ROM works but after it loads the drivers, there is an error code. The drivers won't install and the light on the USBXchange or USB2Xchange is "off" at this point. This information applies to the following Operating System(s): - Windows XP - Windows 2000 Professional Note: the following information applies to both USBXchange and to USB2Xchange. To http://ask.adaptec.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/4143/~/usbxchange-or-usb2xchange-will-not-install-in-windows-%2F-error-code-10 simplify matters USBXchange is stated only. If there is a problem in Windows XP or Windows 2000 Professional with installing the USBXchange adapter, then try the following steps outlined below: Begin by ensuring that you have the latest drivers available for Windows. You can download them at the following web site: Adaptec Downloads After having downloaded the latest version of the drivers, extract them to the default location. Unplug the USBXchange cable from the USB port where it is attached. Browse to the USBXchange folder the drivers have been extracted. This is normally in the location "c:\adaptec\usbxchg" on the hard drive. Find the file "adpusbui.exe" in the folder and double-click on it. This will launch the uninstall file for the USBXchange. Proceed to uninstall the files for the adapter. Now re-attach the USBXchange to the USB port without any devices attached to it. This will prompt Windows to detect the adapter once more and it should then launch the 'Add New Hardware Wizard.' When the wizard comes up, choose "Install from a list or specific location (Advanced)" and go to the next window.
log in with your existing support account. Username Password Forgot your username or password? Support Home Answers Ask a Question Your Account Account Overview Support History Account Settings Notifications LED Blink Codes, Error http://ask.adaptec.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/2433/~/led-blink-codes,-error-codes-and-solutions Codes and Solutions Answer ID 2433 | Published 06/13/2001 11:41 AM | Updated 03/26/2010 08:28 AM How to interpret the LED Blink Codes for DPT / Adaptec RAID Controllers? This information applies to the following operating systems: - This information is not Operating System specific LED Blink Codes The controller may at times display a series of flashing LEDs, this usually indicates some sort of hardware failure. Adaptec SCSI RAID controllers adaptec scsi contain ten status LEDs. LEDs 1 - 8 are used for the LED blink codes. These 8 LEDs are logically separated into two 4-digit segments. Each 4-digit segment represents a hexadecimal digit. LEDs 5 - 8 make up the most significant hex digit and LEDs 1 - 4 make up the least significant hex digit. For cross reference to equate hex numbers with decimal numbers, see the table below: LED 9 is adaptec scsi card the IRQ indicator. If this one is on constant there is an IRQ conflict. DECIMAL HEX DECIMAL HEX 0 0 8 8 1 1 9 9 2 2 10 A 3 3 11 B 4 4 12 C 5 5 13 D 6 6 14 E 7 7 15 F Use the following table to understand how the LED Blink codes are displayed. LEDs 8-5 make up the Most Significant Digit (MSD), LEDs 4-1 make up the Least Significant Digit (LSD). Each LED has a Binary Coded Hex (BCH) value. The BCH values are added together to determine the MSD and LSD. In the example shown below the BCH MSD is 7 and the BCH LSD value is B, which indicates the Blink LED code of 7B. LED Position: MSD LSD LED Number: 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 LED BCH: 8 4 2 1 8 4 2 1 Example: ON ON ON ON ON ON 4+ 2+ 1 = 7 8+ 2+ 1 = B For example, if the controller LEDs 8, 4, 2 & 1 were flashing at a one second interval, this would equate to a blink code of 8B. As another example, if the controller LEDs 7, 6, 5, 2, & 1 were flashing at a one sec
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