JSI Tip 4680. What SCSI adapters and devices are attached to my computer?


If you are running Windows 2000, Windows XP, or greater, you can determine what SCSI adapters and devices are attached to your computer:

1. Download Rescan1.exe from Microsoft.

2. Extract the Rescan.exe file and place it in your path.

3. Open a CMD prompt and type Rescan.exe. You will a receive a display similar to:

Properties for Device 1:

Device ID           : PCI\VEN_9005&DEV_0010&SUBSYS_A1809005&REV_00
Device Description  : Adaptec AHA-2940U2/U2W PCI SCSI Controller
UI (PCI Slot) Number: 5


Adapter Properties
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Bus Type       : SCSI
Max. Tr. Length: 0xffffffff
Max. Phy. Pages: 0x11
Alignment Mask : 0x0

Child Device Properties:

Initiator   Path ID  Target ID    LUN  Claimed  Device
---------------------------------------------------------
     7        0         3          0     Yes     Tape

SCSI\SEQUENTIAL&VEN_HP&PROD_C1537A&REV_L105\4&2A7500A2&0&030

Properties for Device 2:

Device ID           : PCI\VEN_9005&DEV_001F&SUBSYS_000F9005&REV_01
Device Description  : Adaptec AHA-2940U2/U2W PCI SCSI Controller
UI (PCI Slot) Number: 65


Adapter Properties
------------------
Bus Type       : SCSI
Max. Tr. Length: 0xffffffff
Max. Phy. Pages: 0x11
Alignment Mask : 0x0

Child Device Properties:

Initiator   Path ID  Target ID    LUN  Claimed  Device
---------------------------------------------------------
     7        0         0          0     Yes     Disk
     7        0         1          0     Yes     Disk

SCSI\DISK&VEN_QUANTUM&PROD_ATLAS_IV_9_WLS&REV_0808\4&164151BB&0&000
SCSI\DISK&VEN_QUANTUM&PROD_ATLAS_IV_9_WLS&REV_0808\4&164151BB&0&010

 ***  End of Device List  ***


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