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Old 31 March 2013, 08:27   #13
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You need a 50 pin SCSI disk, those fit in directly.

Another option is a 68 pin or 80 pin SCSI disk and an adapter to convert the connector to 50 pin. (the adapter is cheap)

Yet another option is a bridge controller that adapts the SCSI interface to IDE or SATA. (the bridge is expensive)
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