The way to resolve this issue is to disable the Generic SCSI Printer, done by right-clicking on the printer and selecting disable. Please do not delete it because Windows will create this printer again during the next boot sequence. The XiSCSI driver can now access the SCSI PCI card and communicate with the engine.
SCSI driver missing Print
Modified on: Mon, 21 Sep, 2020 at 11:07 AM
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