If the system cannot work with the adapter, check the following:
- Is CMOS setup required to enable PCI bus parameters?
- Is the adapter installed in a bus-master PCI slot?
- Are all the cables connected correctly?
- Does the configuration follow the SSA rules for this adapter?
If the system cannot access the SSA disk drives, check the following:
- Is power turned on to the disk drives?
- Has the configuration utility been run for all the required disk
drives, and do they appear in the list of system resources?
- Are the disk drives connected in a valid loop? 'Rules for SSA Loops'
describes the rules for SSA loops.
- Is the light next to the adapter-loop ports on, showing that both ports are operational?
If the system fails to boot from an SSA disk drive, check the following:
- That there is not an IDE disk drive installed
- That there is not another storage adapter with BIOS enabled
installed in a higher-priority P01 slot than the SSA adapter
- That the CBIOS is enabled
- That the SSA device drivers are loaded before the SCSI device drivers
- That the address (drive letter) of the partition from which you are
trying to boot has not changed. (Adding extra drives can cause
the addresses of existing drives to be changed.)
- That the disk drive is not a member of an array.
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