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Thread: IBM PS/2 Model 95 XP - Adapter busy error

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    Default IBM PS/2 Model 95 XP - Adapter busy error

    Hey everyone. I acquired an IBM PS/2 from the recycling center a while ago, and the SCSI adapter is throwing this code:
    009670400 181s
    With the RAM, it's
    009670400 006a
    AND
    009670400 181s
    Decoding the error, this means the adapter is in slot 4 and the code means the adapter is busy.
    I have a replacement adapter, does anyone have a solution?
    http://ps-2.kev009.com/ohlandl/IBM_SCSI/SCSI-C.html
    Newer adapter.
    Someone have a solution? (besides me replacing it with my Corvette adapter?)

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    Is the card still throwing errors with the SCSI cabling connected?
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    Quote Originally Posted by NeXT View Post
    Is the card still throwing errors with the SCSI cabling connected?
    It throws errors no matter what.

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    Ask in the IBM PS/2 newsgroup. There are SMEs there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by armankordi View Post
    replacing it with my Corvette adapter
    I looked at the two trouble codes a whileback on the PS/2 NG. Or, I thought I did...

    Try the Corvette. The Spock edge connector is at exactly the same relative position, you won't even have to move the SCSI cable.

    The Corvette is a Fast / Narrow over the edgecard.

    Caveats:
    The Corvette requires the 44/45 aware "enhanced complex BIOS"
    Type 1 complexi need 52G9509 BIOS for >1GB IML
    Type 2 complexi need 41G9361 BIOS for >1GB IML
    Type 3 and Type 4 complex BIOS have the 44/45 compatibility already.

    95 refdisk and diags disk should be the latest release

    If you have a Type 4 complex, BIOS needs to be 05 or later.

    You may need to LLF the HD with the Corvette...

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