If it hasn't been serviced for 8 years the first thing to do is replace the CMOS battery. If the SCSI card has a battery replace it as well.
That's my first thoughts and one reason I say replace the CMOS battery. Or worst case the SCSI card has died. Also try reseating the SCSI card. It could simply be a case of chip creep.
Originally Posted by Sylvander
If the SCSI card is functional you should see a message at some point during POST for a hotkey to enter the SCSI controller BIOS.
If you can get everything functional you should be able to get things going. Hopefully you won't have to do anything with the SCSI controller and it's just a matter of reseating the card and/or replacing batteries.
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