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    Lightbulb Scsi cd-rom in dos

    I have the following SCSI CDROM

    Teac CD-532S

    Anyone know where or have a Dos Driver for this particular Drive.

    Thanks!

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    Will an ASPI driver + Adaptec ASPICD.SYS do the trick? It does for all of my SCSI CD-ROM drives.

    In other words, if you have a Trantor T160, you'd do something like this:

    Code:
    In CONFIG.SYS:
    DEVICE=MA160.SYS
    DEVICE=ASPICD.SYS /D:MSCD0000
    
    In AUTOEXEC.BAT:
    
    MSCDEX /D:MSCD0000

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chuck(G) View Post
    Will an ASPI driver + Adaptec ASPICD.SYS do the trick? It does for all of my SCSI CD-ROM drives.

    In other words, if you have a Trantor T160, you'd do something like this:

    Code:
    In CONFIG.SYS:
    DEVICE=MA160.SYS
    DEVICE=ASPICD.SYS /D:MSCD0000
    
    In AUTOEXEC.BAT:
    
    MSCDEX /D:MSCD0000
    I will give it a try.. See how it goes.....

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    The SCSI adapter card is more the issue. The drive itself should not matter.
    IBM 5170/5053, 2 x 5150/5051
    Sun IPC, Ultra1 and SPARCclassic with tape, disk and CD
    HP Apollo 9000/735
    Silicon Graphics Indy, O2
    Radio Shack TRS-80 model 100
    Apple Mac Plus, DEC 5000/25

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    Quote Originally Posted by paul View Post
    The SCSI adapter card is more the issue. The drive itself should not matter.
    No arguments there..

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    The card i have is a TMC-840, at boot up, the cd-rom is identified correctly, so just a matter of getting the proper software and it should work.

    Anyone have the proper software?

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    Google is your friend. Search for Future Domain drivers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mbbrutman View Post
    Google is your friend. Search for Future Domain drivers.
    I perfer not to recreate the wheel if someone has a spare!

    I am working on it...

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    See attached file: Use the MCAM950.SYS driver (it works for the TMC-850, so it might work for your 840) and the FDCD.SYS driver (check the .txt files for more info).

    Good luck--I hope that your old card will work with this stuff!

    FD PowerSCSI

    (I'll leave the file up for a day)

    (P.S. While I've got it in front of me, does anyone need the Trantor SCSIWorks images?)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chuck(G) View Post
    See attached file: Use the MCAM950.SYS driver (it works for the TMC-850, so it might work for your 840) and the FDCD.SYS driver (check the .txt files for more info).

    Good luck--I hope that your old card will work with this stuff!

    FD PowerSCSI

    (I'll leave the file up for a day)

    (P.S. While I've got it in front of me, does anyone need the Trantor SCSIWorks images?)
    Well I got everything working, I downloaded your zip, never know when I might get that type of SCSI CARD.

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