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SubjectRe: MS-PNR interface card


Richard Waltham wrote:
>It uses an NCR53c400a - this appears to be supported by the ncr5380 driver.
>I/O address of mine is at 0x290-0x29f, not sure about IRQ but may be 5 or
>possibly 12 - if it uses one.
>Look at the source of the ncr5380 driver for boot set up.
>I have never tried using it in Linux so don't know if it will actually work.

and on the same topic:
"borys" wrote:
> > to have my MS-PNR scsi card work?
> hi! microtek uses the NCR chipset i believe. select generic
> NCR5380/53c500 support. i have a microtek card as well. it's like a

You are right! Tough I haven't managed to make it work.
During boot-up my machine completely hangs after the following messages:
(Hand typed :-)

scsi0: at base 0x350 irq5 option CAN_QUEUE=10 CMD_PER_LUN=2 release=7 ncr53c400
scsi0: Generic NCR5380/53c400 Driver
scsi : 1 host
scsi: aborting command due to timeout: pid 0, scsi 0, channel 0, id 0, lun 0
0x00 00 00 00 00 00

scsi0: aborting command
scsi0: destination target 0, lun 0
NCR5380: coroutine is running

scsi0: REQ not asserted phase unknown

NCR5380 core release=7 ncr53c400 release=2 Generic5380 release 1
Base Addr:0x00350 io_port:0000 IRQ 5

NCR5380: coroutine is running
scsi0: no currently connected command
scsi0: issue_queue
scsi0: disconnected queue
scsi0: abortion command
scsi0: destination target 0, lun 0
command =0x00 00 00 00 00

....and so on...

I use this card with a Scanmaker II (by Microtek) the only reason win95 still
survives on my box. Plese help me eradicate such a BIG virus!!


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