Trantor Mini SCSI Plus Cable

From: Aaron Christopher Finney <>
Date: Fri Dec 18 12:22:22 1998

On Fri, 18 Dec 1998, Phil Clayton wrote:

> I Found a SCSI CDROM Drive with a Trantor MiniSCSI Plus printer port
> adaptor with
> that was going to the trash can..
> The CDROM unit looks like it works , however I do not have the Software
> Drivers for the
> Trantor Printer port adaptor unit.. (This is a cable/interface that
> allows the SCSI drive to be plugged into the printer port of a
> computer)..
> After looking on the Web I could not find a good phone number for this
> company, apperantly went out of business..
> Does anyone know where I can get the Trantor drivers so I can use this
> drive ?
> Any information would be much appericiated..
> The following is on the unit:

Hi Phil,

Trantor was acquired by Adaptec, so the drivers will be on their
web-site. If you're using Linux, you can compile them right into the
Kernel. For Windows/Dos, I think the this was was renamed the "AHA348" or
"MA348" or something by Adaptec. I'm sure if you do a site search on the
Adaptec site for Trantor you'll find it. If all else fails, I have the
drivers somewhere at work that I can mail to you next week.

Received on Fri Dec 18 1998 - 12:22:22 GMT

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