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Old 11 July 2019, 01:12   #1
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After upgrading to on my A3000, I updated FFS to 46.20 from 46.13.
I have a question about Direct SCSI Transfer. I have read conflicting reports on whether or not I should select this option. I am using the onboard SCSI controller for my SCSI2SD card, not a 3rd party controller. Should I be using the Direct SCSI Transfer option or not? Are there any benefits for using Direct SCSI Transfer?
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Old 11 July 2019, 07:55   #2
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If you have the 3.1.4 kickstart, you probably do not need to enable directscsi. It is more useful for older hard disk controllers with no TD64 support.
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Old 11 July 2019, 14:43   #3
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Thanks Jope, I will leave it disabled.
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How about Fastlane card on A4000 machine ( OS3.9) ?
Is there some " ideal" version of FFS for using Scsi-only system, with direct Scsi enabled ?!
I do know the downsides of FFS, but will stick on to it..
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