Here are my tips on Scsi on the TT.
Try making sure your cable is orientated correctly Pin 1 of the scsi cable to pin 1 of the drive. Usually pin one eminates from the rear of the connectio on the main board closest to the back of the case. Some cables don't have the centre raised block (key) that signifies which way it fits to the HD.
Set the HD to anything other than ID0, try ID3.If you drive has tem power or termination jumpers on it remove them for this trial.
You can go back and re instate only if it is neccesary, some scsi drives are fussy about stuff like this.
Use icd 6.55 to start with. This software works well on older drives & most newer ones aswell.
Icd tools can look for drives with parity set.
If your drive has a jumper setting for parity. Install/remove it in turn and restart the TT.Don't forget to cold boot & if neccessary, warm boot just after the mem check as some drives take much longer to init & sometimes the scsi bus needs this also.
If you have a device you can connect externally, be ready to add this at a time your efforts get no results.
Use ICD tools to set TT as id 7 in the chain and connect the externmal scsi device then repeat the boot up,sometimes this will correct the drive seek issue. If it does not. Check that the external drive is terminated or not.
Terminate only the last device in the chain, this is usally an external device anyway.I use a CD rom drive as ID 6, its left in situe and on most of the time anyway.
Once you find the drives are recognised your then able to use any software to drive it you wish. HD driver is much better now than ICD. But ICD software is still a valuable tool.
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