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Using SCSI as external drives


SparkyJack

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A machine that I use for Graphics work as dies with a motherboard fault.

It is a SCSI machine and has two hard drives.

In the past when loading Windows, it asked for specific SCSI drivers rather than the default selection in Windows.

I intend to try to access these drives as externals

I have located two ways of doing this-

1 is to get a SCSI to USB cable connector

2 is to acquire a SCSI to PCI card,

Which is going to be the best way? also in doing this will there be access problem with regard the need for Win driver?

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Nontek

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Probably USB may be best way. I don't think you should have any driver problem.

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