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Configuring an LS 120 drive in NT 4 workstation

Configuring an LS 120 drive in NT 4 workstation

Configuring an LS 120 drive in NT 4 workstation

(OP)
I recently acquired an LS 120 drive. It is supported by my bios, and at boot up it shows the atapi drive. However, when I am into NT, the drive does not show at all. All that is seen are my scsi drives. Any suggestions ? (I was told that I had to turn something on in NT)

RE: Configuring an LS 120 drive in NT 4 workstation

What service pack do you have installed? Sometimes when a user installs SP3 over SP2 this happens.

RE: Configuring an LS 120 drive in NT 4 workstation

(OP)
Service pack 4 is installed.

RE: Configuring an LS 120 drive in NT 4 workstation

Trying installing SP5. This has to do with the Atapi.sys file. Although you should not have this problem if you have SP4 installed.

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