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Seagate DDS3 DAT Tape Drive

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by William H. Yost, Jan 10, 2007.

  1. I have a Seagate model STD224000N 24 Gb DDS3 4mm DAT Tape drive. It used to
    work find under windows xp. Now windows is not fully recognizing it. In
    the device manager it shows the drive but it has an exclamation mark on it.
    Under properties it says Windows successfully loaded the device driver for
    this hardware but cannot find the hardware device (Code 41).

    I tried a diagnostic called sgtape21 I got from seagate and also Xtalk
    Management console also from seagate. Both of those programs can read and
    write to the drive ok.

    Like I say, it used to work and I hadn't used the drive for some months so I
    don't know of anything peculiar that was done to the system when it stopped
    working.
     
    William H. Yost, Jan 10, 2007
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