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Roxio SoftScsi Host Adapter(X86)


dan r

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I don't even know if this is the place to ask.

 

While checking Device Manager under SCSI and RAID controllers, I came across a notice saying " This device cannot start (code 10) referring to Roxio SoftScsi Host Adapter(X86).Everything seems to be working OK and I don't even know what this is or what it does.Upon digging I find:

 

Driver Provider: Roxio(Win32Build)

Date: 3/4/2006

Driver Version:8.0.0.212

Sonic Solutions 9.0.1.16

C:\windows\system32\drivers\c2scsi.sys

 

Does anyone know anything about this stuff?Should I leave it alone?

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What driver did you disable, iaStor.sys or viaraid.sys? Do you have drives attached to a IDE RAID port?

 

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I had an emulated drive which I deleted awhile back. To see if this host adapter had anything to do with that I created a new one. Voila,the message disappeared. So now we know what it's associated with.Thanks for the banter.

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I had an emulated drive which I deleted awhile back. To see if this host adapter had anything to do with that I created a new one. Voila,the message disappeared. So now we know what it's associated with.Thanks for the banter.

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Just got a reply from Roxio support.

 

A Roxio Agent has responded to your ticket! (#483155)

 

Thank you for Contacting Roxio Technical Support

 

The SCSI host adapter is a driver that will take a disk image or .iso file and convince your computer that it is a cd or dvd drive. It is handy for accessing multiple cd's when you only have 1 drive and dont want to swap disks all the time. If you are having no other issues, I would ignore the message.

 

 

If the information provided does not resolve your issue simply update your webticket with a detailed explanation with the steps you have tried and any error messages you receive.

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I had that issue before and never figured out how it came about. Anyway, I disabled the driver and never noticed any problem after doing that.

 

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What driver did you disable, iaStor.sys or viaraid.sys? Do you have drives attached to a IDE RAID port?

 

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