Yes, this worked for me!! I have tried your fix above to no avail. Lo and behold, there were no Win7 drivers to run the card. Win 7 Ultimate x Windows 10 requires a reboot. Which Adaptec card do you have installed?? You will get warnings about the driver being unsigned and that it may not work.

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With the new card, the patch is working. I have not tried this on windows 10, but I understand from other user comments that there are issues getting it to work. Similar help and support threads. I posted a response to your zdaptec last week but forgot to click on the reply link below your comment.

Hope this can be helpful. I updated this driver to the AIC driver and my scanner responded with a pre-scan! That would save a lot of time and effort for everyone!

It then installed the driver okay and I am running just fine. Then I was able to install the driver that you and others have used djsvs. You best bet would be to contact VueScan to see if they could help.

Please let me know if I can assist with any additional information.

SCSI driver for Win7 pro 64 bits Solved – Page 3 – Windows 7 Help Forums

I tried with VueScan x64 but it is not working very well because adaotec identifies the scanner as HP Scanjetit seems that an update has to be done. Well, you are the next best thing to the manufacturer.


Hopefully it will also be possible to press it into service under Win10 something I hope to be testing soon. Thanks for any and all help, I am trying to get an LTO2 tape drive to work so I can back up all of my data, to many drives failing these days, gig 9240 seems a reasonable solution if I could get it to work.

Make sure your scanner is plugged 77 the SCSI card before you turn your system on you are probably already doing this as SCSI devices are not detected if turned on after the system has booted. Can’t thank you enough for this!!

So, I suspect that there is an incompatibility between the Vista bit driver and my card.

SCSI on Windows 10 64-bit: Adaptec AHA-2940 (29xx) Ultra, AIC-7870 (78xx), or 29320LPE Ultra 320

Any further advice would be appreciated. I have uninstalled this device but Device Manager keeps picking it up as new hardware. Marked as answer by David Shen Tuesday, October 13, 9: Can you provide more detail? If the system then asks for the driver, direct it to the location of the AIC emulated driver. Just tried with a clean install of Windows 10 build and was able to install the driver for my AU card. Not only did I have to uninstall the driver and start over, I had to remove the driver from the DriverStore folder using pnputil per the instructions at the following link:.


There are a few lines in the dvsjs. On the download, there winxows three files. Find More Posts by kk4msa. Next time I will try to mount one of the GB drives on Windows I went a couple of rounds with this before getting things working.

It would recognize the controller but would not initialize the drive. Then select “I have a disk” and direct it to drive D: I will try in Legacy mode to see if that makes any difference. I should also have said that after I uninstalled it, I added the device as legacy hardware through Device Manager. I can now clear the disks on my old SCSI servers so they can be donated.