Tech Note 368 Detail

Win2k/XP endlessly detects the ScienceWorkshop 700/750 interface.

Affected Products:

CI-6450 ScienceWorkshop 750 with SCSI Interface
CI-6760 NOT A VALID PART NUMBER

Problem/Symptom:
Windows 2000/XP hardware wizard endlessly detects the ScienceWorkshop 700/750 interface.

PASCO Solution:
The PASCO ScienceWorkshop 750-SCSI and 700 interfaces do not require a device driver to operate under Windows; however, you will be requested to install a driver for each logical address on the SCSI bus, unless you follow the procedure below:
  1. Check that your computer's operating system is current by visiting the Microsoft Windows update site.
  2. Download the compressed file below (OneLun.zip).
  3. Decompress the file and run the enclosed file that is appropriate for your interface: "onelun 700" patches the registry for the ScienceWorkshop 700 interface and "onelun 750" patches the registry for the ScienceWorkshop 750 interface.
  4. Delete all occurences of your ScienceWorkshop 700/750 interface from your Device Manager from other devices.
  5. Restart your computer.
  6. When you are asked again to install the SW700/SW750, let Windows search for a driver. When Windows fails to find a driver select Finish, not Cancel.
File Downloads:
OneLun.zip - ( 679 bytes )
ScienceWorkshop Registry Patch
Related Technotes:
TechNote 253 Windows requests driver for "Unknown Device" after installation of 700 or 750 Interface

Creation Date: 01/15/2003
Last Modified: 03/9/2004
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