There’s a lot of discussion here to this dilemma concerning Windows 7 and a driver for the Adaptec and I wanted to throw my two cents in just in case someone else finds this in a search for this problem. Remove From My Forums. By continuing to browse this site, you agree to this use. Go to device manager and update the driver with the just modified one. Worked like a charm here! Saturday, January 29, Friday, February 14, 9:

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I found them here: Sunday, February 23, 4: Adaptce remember to mark the replies as answers if they help. Hope it works for me also. This site uses cookies for analytics, personalized content and ads.

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Any further advice would be appreciated. Regards Please remember to mark the replies as answers if they help. For your convenience, I have list the related link as followed. Thursday, January 10, 4: I used it and adapyec it into my file that I had put into the “Driver Store”: Sunday, March 27, 6: You have to hold down the shirt key and select restart, you then get a screen come up with multiple choices and you select the option to turn off this warning and then continue the reboot.


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I have tried your fix above to no avail. Say yes, you really do want to install the driver — it will work. This is a brilliant bit of hackery.

Thursday, Wndows 10, 6: Office Office Exchange Server. Resources for IT Professionals. Microsoft does not guarantee the accuracy of this information. Saturday, November 28, Heres the step by step for windows 7. The extra device descriptions worked perfectly.

Adaptec AHA SCSI card and Windows 10

By continuing to browse this site, you agree to this use. I would like to thank everyone here for their input All of these suggestions will keep 7 running legacy hardware Had to cleanup an old SCSI drive today and realized I do not have anything running SCSI anymore For some reason, that driver was dropped from the in-box drivers in Windows 7. I have revisited this as others seem to be getting the SCSI cards to work.


I should also have said that after I uninstalled it, I added the device as legacy hardware through Device Manager. Sunday, December 13, 7: Wednesday, July 27, 1: This is what is showing in Device Manager.

Adaptec AHA-2940-2940W Free Driver Download

Saturday, October 2, 8: Therefore, I am afraid that this card will not work on Windows 10, but windowz could have a try, use it under Compatibility mode. I had a little trouble getting it to work too.

I was able to get the driver from here: