transfer from scsi drive to new pc

  kkirk74 16:55 03 May 10
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I have a Quantum Atlas 10K II Ultra 160 SCSI Drive which I took out of an old computer. How can I transfer the contents of the old drive to my new pc, preferably without taking it apart. I've been looking for usb adapters or external enclosures etc but not having much luck. I am pretty confident when taking a pc apart and working internally, but I'm looking for the easiest option. Even a recommendation of someone to do it for me would be good. Please help.

  Fruit Bat /\0/\ 17:18 03 May 10

A difficult one - scsi adapters are expensive when and f you can get them.

If the old PC still works -easiest way would be to network the two machines and set sharing ion the scsi drive and then transfer the contents.

  kkirk74 17:22 03 May 10

The old pc died, that's why I took out the drive.

  jimv7 17:58 03 May 10

Something like this click here

failing that can you connect your scsi card from the old puter to the new 1, connect the drive and see if the new puter seesthedrive.

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