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I have a Dell XPS M1330 laptop. The OS is Windows 10. I had to replace the motherboard because it was bad. After replacing the motherboard I noticed the optical (DVD/CD) drive is neither detected in BIOS and OS nor making any noise at all. Everything else seems to be working fine. The optical drive... (2 Replies)
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We are trying to make duplicates of some Magneto Optical Disks that were created in Irix 6.5. The disks are 2.3 gig and the using a scsi MOD drive. Is there possbily a disk copy like in dos or some simple script to do this - any help appreciated.
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Does anybody know the commands to access the data from a pen drive in a SCO Openserver 6.
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Does anyone know if a HP VS160 Tape drive will work with SCO Openserver Release 5?
If so what driver would it use? alad, cha?
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Situation - i have an IDE hard drive from server apparently running SCO last used in 2003. No access to computer it was formerly in. I need to access the drive to pull off data files from a billing/scheduling program. I have no SCO machine or access to one atm. Have some limited Linux... (3 Replies)
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I need SCO Openserver 4.2. Please, give me distributive of that version SCO:eek: (0 Replies)
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I just got this new 6.0 version and i'm trying to setup a remote office to telnet to this server running sco 6.0, in previous version all i have to do is add this file under /etc/rc2.d call S99route and put the gate in that file and that was it, for some reason in 6.0 it does not... (1 Reply)
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Trying to get my unix system to recognize an optical drive, it was delivered to us, so we assumed it worked, in the 2 years since no one ever has used it, we want to now. However, even running probe-scsi-all doesn't bring up that drive. It's a scsi address of 3, at the end of the chain, all... (1 Reply)
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