card bootable. I have a few SEIV in use but they are all for A/V
On Mar 25, 9:41 am, Badger <badger...@wilkes.net
> You couldn't swap the drives could you? i.e. put the external drive
> inside and the internal drive outside. I did that with a 2 GB SCSI
> hard drive to minimize noise and it worked just fine. Just had to
> remove the drive from the external case and swap them out.
> Good Luck,
> G G McGrane
> On Mar 24, 2009, at 11:42 PM, Lindon_Sh...@hotmail.com
> > I just purchased an ATTO Silicon Express IV NuBus based SCSI
> > controller to use with my Power Macintosh 8100/110. I have the card in
> > the machine and attached to a hard disk.
> > •The controller mounts the hard disk on the desktop.
> > •All drives are terminated and recognized by the OS.
> > The problem is however I can't boot from the hard disk attached to the
> > ATTO card! I still have an ancient hard disk attached to the even more
> > ancient onboard SCSI in which I boot from; and it's very slow.
> > Does anyone have any experience with ATTO cards? I am aware of this
> > website:http://www.fenestrated.net/~macman/stuff/SiliconExpress/and
> > have downloaded all the files but I still can't boot from the ATTO
> > card.
> > I'm wanting to use this fantastic Power Mac as a fax machine/
> > answering machine with the GeoPort Telecom adapter rather than
> > spending $2,999 for a comparable machine to recieve 50-200 faxes a day
> > and I need a high speed SCSI option to deal with storing all the