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“Ghost” SCSI/RAID driver prevents Windows 2000 Pro “standby”.

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In Windows 2000 Pro, Service Pack 4, an error message states “The Driver for SCSI/RAID Host Controller is preventing computer from entering standby. Close application & retry. If problem persists, update driver.” Microsoft knowledge base suggests uninstalling said driver and installing an updated driver.

My problem is that I have installed ONLY an Ultra2 Wide Adaptec SCSI Host controller which shows up in the Device Manager along with a Ghost “SCSI/RAID” controller. I say “Ghost” because the Device Mgr. states “ NO driver has been installed” for the SCSI RAID controller. Further, when I uninstall this Ghost SCSI/RAID device, it reappears immediately upon rebooting! How can I get rid of this Ghost SCSI/RAID device? :whistling:
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