Probably not, if you can find one! If you do, let us all know where! Also www.cableclub.com is a good source for conversion cables if they are needed.
Suicide is painless...........
April 10, 2001 5:31:02 PM
No? Bummer... that means I will have to try to sell off my current scanner and pick up a USB scanner I suppose. When I was looking at KT133 for a system I could get an Abit KT7A motherboard with an ISA slot for my current SCSI card, but none of the DDR motherboards have such a beast.
The Crashman is right. Get a cheap PCI SCSI card - It's probably cheaper than adapting the controller on the motherboard. Hopefully, you'll have a PCI slot available. If you're using the ISA card that came with the scanner, you'll notice an immediate, drastic performance difference with a PCI SCSI card.
Also, if your processor is pre-300MHz, you may want to go to Umax's site and download the patch for the VMM32.vxd problem that Umax scanners have. You could also download and use VistaScan 3.53, which, contrary to Umax's instructions, works quite well with Win2K, and you won't need to patch it for the VMM32.vxd problem.
After re-reading your post more carefully, I have to say "Ditch the ISA card" Holding out for a motherboard with an ISA slot limits you. Getting a motherboard with a SCSI controller limits you and is costly. If all you need SCSI for is to run the scanner, save yourself some money and get a cheap PCI-SCSI card.