Scsi dat drive with Win98se
I was wondering if a dat drive could be used w/98.Do i need any special programs,drivers.
In most cases yes, without any software except the software included with the drive and the drivers on the Win98 disk, but since you didn't give any specifics, such as the brand and type of drive, the brand and model of SCSI card you are using, what you plan to do with the drive (backup or just trying to use it as storage), it is hard to say for sure.
[This message has been edited by LJE2 (edited 06-03-2000).]
You shouldn't need any special drivers for the tape drive itself. You will of course need drivers for the scsi adapter. Once the scsi adapter is installed & working correctly, windoze should recognise most devices hanging off the scsi card.
I have installed several DAT drives under 95 and NT, both use the Microsoft "4mmdat.sys" driver, which comes on the Windoze CD. I would also advise: Dump Windoze and install Linux. You'll have no problems getting Linux to recognise & install your DAT drive.
[This message has been edited by linux_guru (edited 06-03-2000).]
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