Originally Posted by DonAmiga
Don't think it was the driver more likely a combination of things like thomas says
I was trying to do a fresh install, the only way to get access to the scsi drive is booting from ide drive then installing 3.1 over to scsi and adding 060 libraries but when try to boot scsi hard drive I get error message!
So u need to run some Hard Drive diagnostics with system as it is first. Stripping all ZORRO cards might be an idea too & then re-run the Hard Drive diagnostics. Hard drives will always hammer any PSU on start up.