I've got a hard drive pulled out of my old PowerBook 540c. I know it's a SCSI drive, but I don't know what kind of SCSI. It appears to have 40 pins plus some extra, for power or jumpers?
I'm hoping someone knows what kind of SCSI this is, and thus what kind of adapter I'll need to convert this to something more standard. I have a USB SCSI adapter that has a chain of adapters that can convert to many common kinds of SCSI, ending at a standard 50 pin connector. Given that I must need a board with power built in, like 2.5" IDE converter boards had, I don't have high hopes that such a thing even exists. But maybe I'll get lucky?