If you make a mistake selecting the configuration of the SCSI installation device when the system includes more than one SCSI device, and another SCSI device is actually at the configuration you selected, you may need to restart the installation. This is because the kernel configures the SCSI device and ``locks'' it into place. Once the device is locked into place, it cannot be removed. The only solution is to restart the installation, making sure you select the correct configuration the first time.
You can restart the installation completely at any time
by inserting the Boot Disk, then
If you are using the BTLD utility and need to restart,
insert the Boot Disk and enter
restart link=pkg1 at the
(where pkg1 is the name of the package from which to extract
the required BTLD drivers).
For more information, see
``Installing Boot-Time Loadable Drivers (BTLDs)''.