Discussion in 'Unreleased Games Discussion' started by ASSEMbler, Jan 21, 2008.
Now all I need is a scsi card.
I : Impressive!
I wonder what they contain
Quick someone send him the needed scsi card :dance:
I have one. :dance:
pc connection is located in wilmington which is 10 miles from my house. never heard of them but what do they have to do with the drives?
I have used an Adaptec PCMCIA SCSI card, a simple external SCSI drive enclosure and WinDD to backup for my old SCSI drives - i.e. the drive in my DC devbox.... plug and play
It's just a box they used that was lying around.... The drives are labeled, and so is the box in sharpie.
Think this would work? I think the drives are scsi I or II
What are you going to do with all those drives? Hmmm...... :icon_bigg
Believe thats a model that SEGA recommended for use with DC dev kits, wager it's a good card. Friend used to use one as well, seemed rock hard stable. Worst case is you can't read the drives.
I'm curious as well h: :dance:
interesting! i have an adaptec ava 50somethinglikethat i could send to you. i can dig it out and check if it would be of any help?
2940 is a great card. It was used for either Saturn or Dreamcast. I don't see why it shouldn't work with your hard drives! What are they, 50 pin?
Yes, the AHA-2940 is 50. The AHA-2940 Ulta Wide is 68 external, but the internal connector on either one can accept a 50-pin ribbon cable.
Are these drives 25 pin though?
Does the ribbon you have pictured fit the drives? If so, then they're 50-pin drives.
Thats just the same i have. It should do the job.
I found a scsi card. I'll check out the drives in a couple of days, pretty busy here.
O M G ! Please tell me they contain the original material and have not been wiped clean prior to sending them to you. I am very interested to know what they contain and your intentions young sir! ;-)
Even if the files were erased, if you have time, you should run a scan on each of the drives to see if anything is recoverable. I recommend Restoration since it's free and does a pretty good job, but if you have a preferred application of your own, it should work fine.
Hopefully the drives were kept in a temperature controlled area.
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