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I have got a little problem with the installation. 

We switched from a Tandberg Autoloader SCSI (LTO3) to a Tandberg Autoloader SAS (LTO4). 

On a Mac Pro (OSX Server 10.6.8)

 

I changed the PCIe-Card (from SCSI to SAS). Then I installed the driver.

I can see the Card and the loader in the system profiler but I don't see the Autoloader in Retrospect. 

 

I couldn't find anything in the manual. 

 

The Backup worked pretty well with the SCSI. (but slow)

 

Any suggestions? Do i have to update the version of Retrospect?

 

Thanks.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Retrospect 6.1 is not supported on Mac OS X 10.6.x or later.

 

So I suggest you get a new version. It will be much faster since it will run native Intel code.

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Retrospect 6.1 is not supported on Mac OS X 10.6.x or later.

 

So I suggest you get a new version. It will be much faster since it will run native Intel code.

Yes I just saw this in the manual; but why was it working all time with the SCSI connected Autoloader? It is quite irritating...

 

Edit: thanks for your fast answer

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"Not supported" isn't the same as "Not working".

 

"Not supported" is the same as "It might look like it's working, but NEVER trust it."

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Have you restarted Retrospect since attaching the new device as if I remember correctly Retrospect 6.x will only detect backup devices on startup?

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