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Old SCSI Card

Posted on 1998-11-12
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I have what I believe is a symbiosis 53C400A SCSI card. Has the SCSI symbol on it then 53C400A. Windows does not support it. Can't get my machine to recognize it. Nor do I have drivers for this thing.Help would be greatly appreciated. I need drivers please. Symbiosis is no help nor is ncr. They both point the finger at each other.
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try this file, it might be just what you're looking for:
http://crydee.sai.msu.su/ftproot/pub/comp/hardware/symbios-ncr/samp_code/ISA/53c400a.zip
you can try to get it from salle@shaw.wave.ca
e-mail her (i think it's a 'her') and she  (?) might help you.
or e-mail: prateek@cavotecme.com
or: donnar@onlinemac.com

also, take a look at:
http://avalon.byu.edu/pub/Scanner/
http://faxe.jinr.ru/free/apps/HP-ScanJet/

Hope this helps,
Arnon David.

P.S. will keep my eye out for more info.
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