First post, by JustRob
Google yields nothing... only Mac related stuff.
So I have a AHA-2930CU SCSI host controller in my old Windows 98 PC, connected to the internal 50 pin SCSI port is the SCSI2SD.
When I enter the SCSI Select Utility, I can see the SCSI2SD when I scan SCSI utilities, but I have no idea where to go from here. I can't boot from it, even if I set SCSI as the primary boot device in my BIOS and disable IDE.
I did do some setup with the SCSI2SD Utility, but I don't know if I did it correctly. I assume so.
Plugged into the SCSI2SD is a 32GB SD card formatted as FAT32 (29GB of actual available space, which is why I set it up that way in the utility).
Also can't find much on YouTube, just about the only person I can find actually using this is LGR, but he doesn't really say much about the setup. I know there's IDE to SD solutions, but the reason I want this one is because it's front loaded and I can install it in a 3.5" front drive slot without anything dangling inside.
Does anyone have any experience in settings these things up to install Windows 98 and boot from it?