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Is there a USB to 50-Pin Centronics cable?

Discussion in 'PC hardware help' started by ivymike, Dec 3, 2005.

  1. ivymike

    ivymike Regular member

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    Is there such a thing as a USB to 50-Pin Centronics cable? If so can someone please point me in the right direction such as a brand, company, store or website that I can check out? I need one for a Christmas gift.

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    ddp Moderator Staff Member

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    50 pin is for scsi drives
     
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    ivymike Regular member

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    I am aware of that. Is there an SCSI 50-pin Centronics to USB ADAPTER available? If so, who makes it and where can I find one?
     
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    I'm looking for a usb to SCSI CENTRONICS cable adapter. An SCSI Centronics plug looks like a plug on a modern printer but is wider and has 50 pins instead of 36.
     
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    i know what they are as my 1st hd which i still have is a scsi & still have scsi cards tho have switched over to ide. i posted scsi to usb links for you, just by doing a search.
     

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