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HP superstore 1/9 Autoloader

Mani Neppalli
Occasional Advisor

HP superstore 1/9 Autoloader

Hi,

Can anybody tell me where can I get the drivers for HP Superstore 1/9 Autoloader for Windows 2000 Advanced Server edition?

Thanks much
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Eugeny Brychkov
Honored Contributor

Re: HP superstore 1/9 Autoloader

To manage robot from w2k you need backup application like OmniBack which has drivers for robot device
Eugeny
Mani Neppalli
Occasional Advisor

Re: HP superstore 1/9 Autoloader

Hi
but we are using Veritas backupexec 8.5
Eugeny Brychkov
Honored Contributor

Re: HP superstore 1/9 Autoloader

BE has its own driver. All you should do is to go to w2k services and permanently stop RSM (removable storage manager) - set it to 'manual'. Then try rescanning devices using BE again and installing BE's driver for robot. In worst case you may need to reboot machine
Eugeny
Peter Frazer
Frequent Advisor

Re: HP superstore 1/9 Autoloader

Hi,

Here is the line from Veritas' compatability matrix for your autoloader for BE 8.5

HP SureStore Autoloader 1/9 C7145-8000 / QUANTUM DLT8000 DLT SCSI ID T

(It also mentions the DLT1 version if you are using that).

The T means that it is tested to work. See the article above on disabling the RSM and then re-running the Detect Devices from within BackupExec after a reboot.