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April 16, 2012 8:09:28 PM

I'm looking for a SCSI 68-pin to usb adapter.
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a c 302 G Storage
April 19, 2012 8:06:43 PM

Chainzsaw

Read it again. the OP actually wants to connect SCSI to USB.

OP - still the same question. A SCSI drive to a USB port, or a USB drive to a SCSI port? Either one is unlikely to exist.

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One of my treasured keepsakes is an internal (for the ribbon cables) 68-pin to 50-pin SCSI adapter that was in one of our servers at work. It did not terminate the other signals, and that machine never really worked until we took that ridiculous piece of sabotage out of it.
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April 20, 2012 1:55:02 AM

I believe the adapter you are looking for is called a computer.
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a b G Storage
April 25, 2012 1:56:36 PM

WyomingKnott said:
Chainzsaw

Read it again. the OP actually wants to connect SCSI to USB.

OP - still the same question. A SCSI drive to a USB port, or a USB drive to a SCSI port? Either one is unlikely to exist.

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One of my treasured keepsakes is an internal (for the ribbon cables) 68-pin to 50-pin SCSI adapter that was in one of our servers at work. It did not terminate the other signals, and that machine never really worked until we took that ridiculous piece of sabotage out of it.


Rawr Wyoming, Rar. lol.

Anyways - missed the USB part. I highly doubt you would find such a device....your trying to connect what used to be an expensive connector to a cheap connector.

OP is out of luck!
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May 2, 2012 4:16:15 AM

Thank you guys for your help, but I no longer need the SCSI adapter. In the midst of my second backup to my external, my computer died, fortunately my data was on the backup, so I went into explorer and went into the external and found the data and did a copy and paste to my new computer as well as my favorites and everything is back to norma.
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May 2, 2012 4:19:11 AM

In return, if I can be of help to you or someone else let me know, thanks again for your help.
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May 9, 2012 1:35:58 AM

Best answer selected by newfie_50.
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