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September 13, 2005, 6:00 am
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old computers with bad motherboards. My idea was to clean off all the old
embarrassing files and use them for rescue disks on my current machines.
Some of them work, and some do not fit. An example of one that works is a
Quantum Maverick Prodrive, which has a notch cut out of the top of the data
cable. An example of one that does not fit is a Micropolis model 4110, which
has a wider data cable pin array without a corresponding upper notch. What
are the names of these 2 types of harddrives?
Re: External USB harddrives
If the second has a different sized data connector, then perhaps it is a
SCSI drive? If you search the web for the drive names, you will see the
Micropolis model 4110 - Fast SCSI-2:
The Quantum drive could be IDE or SCSI, whaat is the rest of the name? 80AT,
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