SCSI 1 was compatible with SCSI 1, mostly a name change the main goal was to removed the brand Shugart Associated but Small Computer... (just to remove the brand name included in the name) SCSI 2 should be compatible (50 pin connector) beware that the terminators can be differents... SCSI 2 probably send some power to the scsi cable to power the terminator (probably not supported in SCSI 1 / SASI...) many changes were introduced later, they are probably not compatible.... -- didier On 02/04/2013 18:02, Michał Pleban wrote: > Ted wrote: > >> I got the bright idea of just bypassing the MFM to SCSI board and >> installing a SCSI drive directly to the DOS board. The cable started >> melting immediately. I have ordered a new cable and hope I did not fry >> the DOS board. I did try plugging in a SCSI connector to connect the >> drive an Winchester2SCSI board. Windows 7 could not recognize it. > Wasn't that the board is not exactly SCSI but SASI (a SCSI predecessor)? > I don't know if they are fully compatible... > > Regards, > Michau. > > > Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing listReceived on 2013-04-02 17:00:41
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