Device mgr shows the drivers for the card NOT installed. I tried the drivermax program someone mentioned. Under device manager my Scsi card is recognized but states the driver is NOT installed. Secondly, and I don’t know if this matters but, XP is only 32 bit and Vista and Win7 are both 64 bit. On your first post you said you could select a x64 U driver, but not a XP, Vista Ultimate, trying Win7. What mobo are you using?

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Find More Posts by fgdn BB code is on. I have an Adaptec AU card from my old 32bit system.

Thank You for Submitting Your Review,! In reply to Palcouk’s post on February 8, Copyright -Tech Support Forum. I have also an Adaptec LPE: DeviLduck9 Windows 7 beta 1 7 posts. Windows fails to detect the card automatically. IF the install disks are aeaptec will that cause a problem?? I end up at a screen which says “please select the device driver you want to install for this hardware” – but there is none listed and no obvious way of inputting the details.

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Select type of offense: Before I reply in more detail, please clear up exactly what you’re doing. OS Windows 7 beta 1. It’s strange, it’s not like any other driver I’ve installed.

[SOLVED] How to install drivers for Adaptec SCSI Card 29160N?

I am having difficulty installing this card which I wish to use with my Epson GT same as Perfection S scanner. Cancel the upgrade, complete each task, and then restart the upgrade to continue. Did this solve your problem? Sorry for all the questions, and there may be a way to make your card work with Win7x64, will try to help.

Originally Posted by speedracer. Once I ran Kill Disk on it though, I couldn’t read the hard drive anymore! No offense, but the drivers for xp are 32 bit x86 and I am running at x64 so won’t these 32 bit drivers be incompatable not only to the os xp vs vista but also as they are running on two different architectures x86 vs x64??


It just seems like that must be a way to take working x64 bit Vista adapte and use them with Win7.

Installation of Adaptec N SCSI card in 32 bit – Microsoft Community

I thought I read somewhere that this card is supported internally by Win7 operating system. ANY way to make this work??????

Your message has been reported and will be reviewed by our staff. I took the driver that IS asaptec in Vista x64 and copied it over to the above folder in win7.

We also provide an extensive Windows 7 tutorial section that covers a wide range of tips 229160 tricks. Page 1 of 6. Is your scsi card placed in a pci-X slot or pci slot?

Originally Posted by spike I am thinking that since the driver is working just fine in Vista x64 and from what I have read most drivers at this time work under Windows 7 that it should work – it doesn’t.