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Thread: Unable to add adapter. Device problem 12.

  1. #11
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    Quote Originally Posted by Copytrooper
    The issue is under investigation.
    Ok, so I'm waiting for the result of your ibvestigation.

  2. #12

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    i even got it with a fresh installed XP [only drivers installed], so maybe its a driver/chipset conflict

    AMD athlon 64 3000+
    Asus A8N-E [Nforce 4 Ultra]
    Radeon x700pro
    WinXP home sp2

    installed drivers:

    Radeon Omega 2675a
    AMD CPU drivers 1.2.2.2
    Nforce 4 AMD drivers 6.66

  3. #13

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    I have the same problem, every time I start D-Tools 4, i get The device problem 12 message.

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    yea.... please fix this. Its a problem for me as well although i may be more guilty than other. Im running a raid array on two sata drives and another seperate raid array on two ide drives. Was a huge headache trying to get d-tools to install and i never did suceed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Smoker1982
    i even got it with a fresh installed XP [only drivers installed], so maybe its a driver/chipset conflict
    I also tested it yesterday on a freshly installed XP and got the same problem.

    My specs.:

    AMD XP Barton 3000+
    MSI K7N2 Delta-L [Nforce 2 400]
    Radeon 9500
    WinXP prof sp2

    Installed drivers:

    XG WarCats 5.10 XT
    Nforce 2 AMD drivers Remix 2.5.1

    So, uhm, not very similar configs ;]

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    Default Same problem

    I've got also the same problem (also Standard PC).

    When running daemon tools it seems they're trying to install mentioned driver, it appear in system under scsi/raid controller with yellow exclamation mark, after reboot the driver is gone.
    It seems like it was uninstalled due to failure.

    May be if we install this driver externaly it'll be okay but I don't know where can I get one.

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    I have met this problem ,bad luck.
    Where there is a will , there is a way .

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    here too


    AN7 + Barton 2500

  9. #19

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    I have also come accress this problem and finally found a solution.

    I would appear that it lies with ACPI or at least lack there of.
    If Windows had been installed as a standard PC and not an ACPI Uniprocessor PC, then there is no hope to have DT work.

    Here is a link to Microsoft's support site with instructions to get ACPI working.

    http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=299340

    You may want to read all the fine print and notes before you start.

    Once ACPI is installed, remove all Daemon tools files and reinstall. Should work like a charm.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Korakas
    I have also come accress this problem and finally found a solution.

    I would appear that it lies with ACPI or at least lack there of.
    If Windows had been installed as a standard PC and not an ACPI Uniprocessor PC, then there is no hope to have DT work.

    Here is a link to Microsoft's support site with instructions to get ACPI working.

    http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=299340

    You may want to read all the fine print and notes before you start.

    Once ACPI is installed, remove all Daemon tools files and reinstall. Should work like a charm.
    You mean "reinstall Windows"?
    Where there is a will , there is a way .

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