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PostPosted: Wed Apr 26, 2017 5:14 pm 
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Some time ago, I finished processing my old slides with a Canon SCSI film scanner.
The scanner and the the attached computer are gone meanwhile.
Left over is a spare Tekram PCI SCSI HBA with manual and driver floppies.
Its one like this: http://www.tekram.com/dc-315u-ultra-scsi-host-adapter/

I tried the DC-315 with Basilisk II Build 142 as well as with FusionPC 3.0.
The HBA works great for accessing old Mac devices like MO, Syquest, scanners and hard drives.
The OS should be a 32 bit one, W98SE to W7 did work well, W10-32 was possible, but developed issues with the ancient driver dating from XP days after some time.
There also is a HFS floppy with System Extension for MacOS 8, I never tried the HBA that way as I had no matching PCI Mac.

Please let me know whether anyone wants the HBA in the next two weeks.
I´ll try to sell on flea bay otherwise.


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PostPosted: Tue May 23, 2017 2:06 pm 
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Okay, I'll bite! :mrgreen: I have some SCSI-based drives, zips and similar IO devices that ran on my old 68k and PPC Macs, some that have old photos and other documents which I've been wanting to gain access to for some time now. I already have Basilisk II running on my Windoze tower, and I can add SheepShaver to it as well (I currently have SS on My Mac Mini). This could finally allow me to put BII to good use (outside of playing with games and a lot of older software, of course).

Thanks for the kind offer 24bit! :smile:


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PostPosted: Tue May 23, 2017 6:11 pm 
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Glad I found a good home for the oldie!
We´ll figure out something via PM.


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