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Thread: V. SCSI drv. not detected -> SPTD problem?

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    Default V. SCSI drv. not detected -> SPTD problem?

    Configuration:
    OS=Vista x64 Business (UAC=off)
    User=Administrator
    MB=Intel P35/ICHR9 + JTMicron eSATA (ASUS)
    installer1=SPTDinst-v150-x64.exe
    installer2=daemon4091-x64

    Latest troubleshooting steps tried:
    1) Uninstalled D-Tools and SPTD from safe mode as an administrator using "Run as administrator".
    2) Used regedit to delete the
    HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Servic es\sptd key

    (including cfg subkey -- safe mode was the only way I could find to do that...)

    3) Rebooted into safe mode again.
    4) Installed SPTD 1.50 which asked me to reboot (no error).
    5) Rebooted normally.

    At this point, I don't see a new "Storage Controller" in the Device Manager; only the "Microsoft iSCSI Initiator" and "JMicron JMB36X Controller".

    6) Rebooted into safe mode to run the D-Tools installer again.

    I don't get any errors until D-Tools runs for the first time. At which point I get, "Unable to add adapter. Registry access error". Clicking on the D-Tools icon after that pop-up gives me "Virtual SCSI driver not detected".

    7) Disabled the above mentioned "Storage Controllers" and reinstalled D-Tools to get the same error.

    What should I try now?

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    I have gotten this same "SCSI driver not detected" error on my new box as well.

    I, too, am running Vista, but I have not installed XP on this machine, so it could be hardware-specific.

    Has anyone else seen this??

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    Hmm I haven't installed XP on this new box either.

    The support guys for SPTD sent me a script that uses a tracelog tool to monitor drivers loaded during the boot process. I sent them my log file but haven't heard back from them yet.

    If anyone has had similar problems and has gotten further than I have, please let me know. I'd like to finish installing my system utilities before I continue to install my productivity applications on this new box. D-Tools is essential! =)

    Right now I'm using my laptop to load ISOs and sharing them to my new box over MS networking... bleh

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