> I can't seem to get the UDB to recognize my CD ROM. My installation
> instructions say if milo freezes on scsi0: 1host that means I have a
> termination problem.
> I have attempted this with 2 drives the first had SCSI II connectors and
> was suppose to automatically terminate itself. I also tried attaching a
> terminator to it to see if that would help. It didn't.
> The second is an Apple 600e drive it has 50pin connectors, and I had a
> terminator in its second port.
> Has any one gotten an Apple CD to work. I heard that SONY drives worked
> with the UDB and I think the Apple drive has a SONY mechanism inside so I
> thought it should work.
"Apple" drives have had various types of mechanisms in them at one time
or another, including Sony, Pioneer and Panasonic. I was trying to
diagnosea problem I had with a Pioneer drive on a MAC and found the
drive to be bad as it would not work on the UDB or the MAC. An
"Apple" drive that was actually a Panasonic did work on my UDB however.
In other words, a Sony "Apple" drive will probably work but your
milage may vary.
Brian E.W. Wood
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