Whats the screwiest thing you collect?

From: CLASSICCMP_at_trailing-edge.com <(CLASSICCMP_at_trailing-edge.com)>
Date: Sat Nov 27 07:01:55 1999

> Heres a question for anyone reguarding bridge adaptors. is there
>a Scsi 2 to Floppy bridge board around? I would like to find one that can
>be used with an XT or 486 system I have here with a scsi host adaptor.

Sure, lots of workstations shipped from the late 80's onwards used
SCSI floppy drives, generally a generic 3.5" floppy disk with 34-pin
interface through a bridge board.

Specifically, look for DEC RX23 (1.4MB) and RX24 (2.8MB) floppy drives
with attached SCSI bridge board. They're all over the surplus market.

 Tim Shoppa                        Email: shoppa_at_trailing-edge.com
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Received on Sat Nov 27 1999 - 07:01:55 GMT

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