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    SubjectRe: Confusing AIC 7xxx driver messages
    Ok.........

    Do you have a fix for it then? I turned off Auto-Termination to get rid of that message.
    So it's only terminating on one end.

    I have a Tyan Tital S1570 motherboard if that means anything.

    Russell

    Doug Ledford wrote:

    > Russell Lambert wrote:
    > >
    > > That originally happened to me and the way I fixed it is that I turned Auto-Termination
    > > off. I was already terminated it on the scsi cd-rom, so the card didn't need to do it
    > > again.
    >
    > Ummm, dude, read the documentation that comes with your SCSI controller.
    > The SCSI busses need to be terminated at the two ends. Just because the
    > CD-ROM is terminated doesn't mean you are done.
    >
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