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Old 10-25-2007, 11:17 AM   #26
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Last week an old colleague visited to research in copies of a fax newsletter I used to publish, and by the end of the day we had hooked up floppies (800 and 1.4), Syquest removables, Zip drives, and a couple of other formats.
How are you hooking up the Syquests -- they're SCSI, aren't they??

I have some SQ135 carts I need to get stuff off of and a couple of drives, but need some gizmo to hook the drives into either USB or Firewire.

My mom just got a doodad that is a radio, phonograph, cassette and CD player that is also a CD burner, so she can transfer all sorts of family recordings (78 records and cassette tapes) directly to CD. It's completely standalone, no computer required. Sure would be nice to have something with SCSI and floppy drive that could transfer whatever's on attached drives/disks over to CD or DVD.

   
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