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maddog 03-11-2002 06:37 AM

scsi cdrw probs
I have just installed a Ricoh MP7060S cdrw drive, now the problem is, all the various programs I have used/tried keep telling me no scsi drive found enable scsi emulation over ATAPi.

The only program that works sort of is Gear Pro demo.

I have checked all the settings for the drive that seems ok. The system knows what drive it is, checked it via Harddrake.
Need some tips on what I should be trying next.

Do I need to reinstall Linux?

any help or tips appreciated.

Aussie 03-11-2002 06:53 PM

You probably need to load the scsi kernel modules in order for linux to see the drive. The cd writing How-To has info on setting up a drive and the scsi How-To has more info on setting up scsi devices.

maddog 03-12-2002 05:28 AM

Thanks for the reply,

I have fixed the problems now, probably posted a bit too early.
permissions on some files used by the burning software was the result of the problems. Although still cant get Koncd to work. Currently using cdbakeoven :D very nice program.

Will check out the links posted too.

Aussie 03-12-2002 05:54 AM

Have a look at gtoaster and gcombust, two very good cdrecord front ends, better than their kde counterparts.

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