[rescue] Advice: Netra T1 AC200 CDROM woes
mh1272 at gmail.com
Thu Apr 10 12:16:31 CDT 2008
you can also use an external scsi cdrom/dvd drive.
if you have one sitting around, it will cost $0.
not all slimline cdrom drives are the same.
not all slimline brackets for the cdrom drives are the same.
pc slimline cdrom drives may use a different bracket and may not seat
sun slimline cdrom drives may be scsi. (i don't remember that far back!)
sunsolve's system handbook should have these details.
be sure your slimline drive matches your media.
(i have a server with a cdrom drive; it never will read the dvd install
media! :) )
On Thu, Apr 10, 2008 at 12:47 PM, Bill Blum <bill.blum at gmail.com> wrote:
> I've got a Netra T1 AC200, 1G of RAM that I bought off fleabay.
> It came with *no* CDROM installed.
> Is it theoretically possible to use a slimline CDROM drive out of a
> PC? I mean, it'll fit and all-- but I can't get OBP to acknowledge
> it's existence.
> Guidance would be appreciated.
> Bill Blum
> Bill.Blum at gmail.com
> "Experience is the knowledge that enables you to recognize a mistake
> when you make it again."
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