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tony.eastwood Aug 20, 2001 03:37 PM
I'm sure this is a simple question but I have not been able to find anything out there (on-the-internet) which tells me what I need to know.

I have an oldish Mac - i.e. not a USB Mac. I have been given a USB scanner. Is there an adaptor for such? I know USB to SCSI adaptors are available... but the other way round? And if there is such a thing will it come with the necessary drivers etc? The price would be useful information too. Or just a URL? Any assistance would be much appreciated.

Hope someone can help.


Tony Eastwood
<firefly> Aug 20, 2001 08:29 PM
There are no SCSI to USB or any other sort of USB adaptors in existence. Hopefully you have a spare PCI slot to add a USB PCI card, if not then there is nothing else you can do.
tony.eastwood Aug 21, 2001 08:17 AM
Hi Firefly

Not sure is going on at MacNN but your message is just showiing up as a page icon. You could email the response direct if this isn't an imposition. Sorry to be a nuisance.


Tony Eastwood
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