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Need a wide (68-pin) SCSI PCMCIA card
gsawdy
post Dec 29 2009, 21:13
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Hi All,
I came across an older model Plextor PX-40TSUWe on a computer store's remainder shelf (All Sales Final!). This is one of the best ripping drives made, according to the DAE data base it has all the right properties for rippinng. BUT it has a 68-pin SCSI input connector and I have only notebook computers. Thinking I would be able to get a PCMCIA card that that would connect to a wide 68-pin device, I bought it. (Grabbed would be the better description!)

Now I can't seem to find a way to connect it to the notebook--no 68-pin PCMCIA that I can turn up. So I'm looking for suggestions/solutions. There are 50-pin PCMCIAs and 50to68 pin adaptors--is this what people use (will this work as I need) or does everyone with one of these drives have a desktop computer?

Any help would be appreciated.
TIA, George

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