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SCSI tape drive and 10.3

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Can anyone help or shed some light on a problem I have, with trying to get a lacie dat tape drive to mount, be seen in the system profiler. Retrospect can't see the tape drive when it scans for devices.The system is 10.3 server. I have read somewhere that it could be the scsi card that needs updating for panther is that true?

Thanks for any help. neye:
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