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Connecting a SCSI HD to an Amiga 500

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How does one go about connecting an SCSI hard disk to an Amiga 500?

Is any extra hardware required?
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Question by:neil_bertram
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You need to make your own cable
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Try this page extra.newsguy.com/~wblock/SCSI/SCSIExamples.html
www.fbe.fh-frankfurt.de/mitarb/schellha/ic/hwb/hwb.html
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some years ago i had an amiga 500 and 2000 and i repaired a lot of them and made modification at the hardware. so i no, that it was necessary to use an extra controller at the port on the left side to connect an external hdd (scsi or/and at). but those wouldn't produced anymore, so i suggest you to write in an magazine for used / second hand computer components. good luck.

Andi
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