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Computing.Net and Purch hereby disclaim all responsibility and liability for the content of Computing.Net and its accuracy. Reload the scanner software, going through all the hoops of disconnecting, shutting down, restarting w/ scanner not connected, reinstalling software, shutting down connecting scanner, waiting a minute for scanner to be Generally if you want it, it can be done.http://sdfox7.com Report • #3 IVO November 10, 2012 at 03:18:44 If you are interested, there is another way to run NT 4.0 on parity checking=disabled 5. his comment is here

All rights reserved. If you're new to Tech Support Guy, we highly recommend that you visit our Guide for New Members. {Moved to hardware Forum} - SCSI Hp 6300c scanner meets NT4.0 sp5 Discussion Get a modern board and processor with 4GB RAM and NT will run very nicely on it.I've installed Windows 95 and NT 4.0 both on modern equipment. Tried their "tech support" for three days on long distance phone bills, having to start the whole story over each time. https://forums.techguy.org/threads/moved-to-hardware-forum-scsi-hp-6300c-scanner-meets-nt4-0-sp5.28683/

Running the scsi bios check/id scanner it would time out when ever it hit the scanner. Such opinions may not be accurate and they are to be used at your own risk. Are you looking for the solution to your computer problem? Giriş / Üye Ol msn indir | winrar indir | combofix indir | nero indir | çoklu msn | wall hack | modifiyeli arabalar | youtube video indir | flash player


AramaİngilizceFlash OyunProgramlarHaberlerForumlarAnasayfa Program Ara Forumlarda Ara Şu anda Yeni Klasör Program İndirme Sitesinde 419 kişi bilgiye ulaşıyor. Thanks for your help Larry! A little nore info.. I used that technique for legacy Win 95 programs under Vista and all went fine.

The specific boards with ISA slots are the IMBA-G412ISA and the IMBA-9454ISA.If you're worried about device drivers, it isn't hard to take NT 4.0-compatible video/sound/network cards from one old NT machine I would like to move them to something newer than these things.Does anyone know what the latest type PC or architecture that can be used with Windows NT 4.0? Regards, Greg Greg Freeman, May 20, 2000 #3 Greg Freeman Thread Starter Joined: Nov 20, 1999 Messages: 76 Oh, if we can take the O/S's out of the picture, should Again, device drivers would be your only issue but I mentioned how to get around that.

Advertisement Tech Support Guy Home Forums > Operating Systems > Windows XP > Home Forums Forums Quick Links Search Forums Recent Posts Members Members Quick Links Notable Members Current Visitors Recent I have a customer that is a slave to Win NT 4.0, they run an application that is only used on Win NT 4.0. Cards have a lack of moving parts likely means a very long (but still finite) lifetime. To avoid messing around too much you're going to want a board that supports IDE drives (SATA can be done but may be challenging), and slots for PCI and ISA cards

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Tech Support Guy is completely free -- paid for by advertisers and donations. http://webadapt.org/moved-to/moved-to-hardware-forum-boot-error-02b0-diskette-error.php When I dropped the transmission rate it didn't get a stop error (I assume the stop was due to a failure for the scanner to respond). Please if you have any suggestion that would work here, I would GREATLY appreciate it. Ok, so chagned the trans.

highlighting these and going to properties shows that it thinks they are HP scsi printers. Advertisement Greg Freeman Thread Starter Joined: Nov 20, 1999 Messages: 76 Geez I can't think of what else to do. scsi termination=enabled With these settings I get the following devices showing up under the adaptec 2930U card: HP [email protected] HP [email protected] Now there is only one thing on the scsi and weblink The only thing they say is ..have you changed the scsi id?

All Rights ReservedAd Choices The information on Computing.Net is the opinions of its users. max synch transfer=5 (later changed back to 20, as it didn't seem to hav any effect with these other changes) 3. Thanks again Greg Freeman, May 20, 2000 #4 Reuel Miller Joined: Feb 17, 1999 Messages: 1,821 Greetings I am going to move this to Hardware Forum, as you have better

Cheers ------------------ Reuel Miller Windows NT Moderator (yes, that does make me biased ) [email protected] Every morning is the dawn of a new error...

Do you know anyone else with a SCSI card that could maybe take the scanner to, so it can be tested? The computer itself is an HP vectra VL 166mhz w/ 32 MB ram. There is no reason you shouldn't be able to get NT up and running on a newer board/processor/RAM.If you need further guidance, let me know. Short URL to this thread: https://techguy.org/28683 Log in with Facebook Log in with Twitter Log in with Google Your name or email address: Do you already have an account?

They are a slave to the old school HP Vectra PC's. Do you know anyone else with a SCSI card that could maybe take the scanner to, so it can be tested? Do you dual boot into Windows 9x so it could be tested there? ------------------ Get free stuff and help out a poor computer tech (4/29 free $5 added - free computer http://webadapt.org/moved-to/moved-to-hardware-forum-cross-over-cable-question.php As LMiller7 said, you won't find new video/sound/network hardware with NT drivers, so this will be your only route to get NT working with new hardware.

rate to 5, and NT booted but under the scsi applet /adaptec there was no device found. Click here to join today! Computing.Net cannot verify the validity of the statements made on this site. Advertisement Recent Posts Win 10 and CCleaner Ronc303 replied Jan 31, 2017 at 11:57 PM "TSG Coffee and Café with...

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NT 4.0 will install on any modern machine, just get one that has PCI slots and ISA if required for video/sound/network.If you're going to be employing legacy ISA video/sound/network cards (the First I was getting a stop error. HP is even more clueless than me (which is saying something).