SCSI hard drives available?
richard_c at tpg.com.au
Mon Jan 21 12:45:42 EST 2002
I would help but my gear is out of reach at the mo. Watchout that SCSI !=
Mac compliant. There seems to be some extra bit in discs for Mac that
doesn't necessarily exist in SCSI discs. I found an HP disc that would sing
for any kind of hammering so long as I didn't try to put it into a Mac.
A lot like many of nerds (pre-OSX) in that respect.
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> Subject: SCSI hard drives available?
> Greetings all,
> I recently became the owner of an Apple Macintosh Quadra which has no
> hard drive. It has a 50 pin SCSI interface, and as far as I know is
> otherwise in perfect working order.
> What I'd like to know is: Does anyone have any SCSI hard drives lying
> around that they'd be willing to donate or sell for cheap? It's a waste
> for this machine to be sitting under a desk gathering dust.
> I can come and pick drives up from anywhere in Canberra if there are any
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