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bamadhaj May 17, 2000 04:40 AM
How to connect a parallel zip drive to a IIci ?
does anyone know how you can connect a parallel zip to a IIci as it doesn't have a parallel port ?

thanks .
 
Crazy K May 17, 2000 03:11 PM
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Originally posted by bamadhaj:
does anyone know how you can connect a parallel zip to a IIci as it doesn't have a parallel port ?

thanks .
You can try to find a parallel to SCSI adapter for the mac, but I do not think you will find one. They have them for the PC world, but not for the mac. I think you are out of luck. The other course is a USB card, but I don't think there are any manufacturers of USB cards for NuBus out there and a USB to SCSI converter. You best course of action is probably to knuckle under and buy a SCSI Zip.
 
Misha May 18, 2000 09:16 AM
In a word, no, you can't.

Get a SCSI Zip.
 
bamadhaj May 19, 2000 02:34 PM
thank you .
 
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