scsi? port question
ethan.dicks at gmail.com
Thu Nov 4 22:36:05 CDT 2010
On 11/4/10, Brian Lanning <brianlanning at gmail.com> wrote:
> I thought I saw a 50-pin ribbon cable in there. I might be wrong
Count carefully - if it's 60, not 50, and the smaller connector is 26
(I think), it could be SMD.
> I could always yank the cable and connectors and replace it
> with some scsi cabling.
I did that with one of those cases about 20 years ago when they were
really cheap. I dropped in an early SCSI CD-ROM and a SyQuest 44MB
drive in it and used them on an Amiga 3000. Still populated that way,
though I haven't powered it on in a number of years.
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