SCSI Host Adapters Removed from Windows XP

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Article ID: 270650 - View products that this article applies to.
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SUMMARY

This article lists SCSI adapters that have been removed from Windows XP. If you are using any of these adapters under previous versions of Windows, they may not work properly when you upgrade to Windows XP. Contact the hardware manufacturer to see if there are any updated drivers available for your hardware.

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CompanySCSI miniportAdapter model
Buslogicbuslogic.sysBT - 542D
Buslogicbuslogic.sysBT - 545C
Buslogicbuslogic.sysBT - 545S
Buslogicbuslogic.sysBT - 747C
Buslogicbuslogic.sysBT - 747D
Buslogicbuslogic.sysBT - 747S
Buslogicbuslogic.sysBT - 757C
Buslogicbuslogic.sysBT - 757S
Buslogicbuslogic.sysBT - 946C
Buslogicbuslogic.sysBT - 948
Buslogicbuslogic.sysBT - 956CD
Buslogicbuslogic.sysBT - 958
Buslogicbuslogic.sysBT - 958D
Adaptecfd16_700.sysAHA - 2905
Adaptecfd16_700.sysAHA - 2920
Adaptecfd16_700.sysAHA - 2920A
Adaptecfd16_700.sysTMC-3250
Diamondfireport.sysFireport 20 Ultra
Diamondfireport.sysFireport 40 Ultra
Buslogic/Mylexflashpnt.sysBT - 930 Flashpoint LT
Buslogic/Mylexflashpnt.sysBT - 932 Flashpoint DL
Buslogic/Mylexflashpnt.sysBT - 950 Flashpoint LW
Buslogic/Mylexflashpnt.sysBT - 952 Flashpoint DW
Compaqncrc710.sys32 Bit Fast SCSI 2 Controller
Compaqcpqfws2e.sys32 Bit Fast Wide SCSI 2/E Controller

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Article ID: 270650 - Last Review: January 27, 2006 - Revision: 1.3
APPLIES TO
  • Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition
  • Microsoft Windows XP Professional
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