SCSI to IDE or SATA?

  ashleycardwell94 22:41 24 Jun 11
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relating to my other post, is there a device like names above?

  sharpamat 08:32 25 Jun 11

The simple answer is yes http://www.scsi2ide.com/

  Crosstrainer2 09:02 25 Jun 11

Multi format caddies also exist. I use a Lindy It accepts die sata and esata and uses a USB 2 cable. Very versatile I connect it to my router and then have access to all data on all my pcs and devices.

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