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HELP! scsi to parallel?

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  • Scanners
  • SCSI
  • Cable
  • Peripherals
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February 4, 2002 6:38:53 AM

I have an Epson GT-7000 SCSi scanner and it has a cable to goes from the back (SCSI) and turns into a parallel cable. Does that mean that I can plug the scanner into the printer parallel port? Or is there a SCSI card that uses that type of connection? When ever I plug the cable into the back of the computer, the scanner ready light turns off until I disconnect it. Thanks in advance.

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March 19, 2002 5:46:18 AM

It's not parrallel, it's 25-pin SCSI, often used on scanners. Try to find a SCSI card and apropriate cable, or a 25-pin SCSI card (junk for anything but scanners), or get a REAL SCSI to Parrallel adapter (cost more than your scanner).

What's the frequency, Kenneth?
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