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Re: legacy scsi-at controler

Posted on 1999-01-01
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I have a legacy scsi-at controller from storage plus inc (1989). does anyone know where I can get info on this product, or know how to configure this device???
Info on hand:
scsi-at rev.r1
copyright 1989 storage plus inc
fcc id:H8YSCSIATR1
PWB NO. N5006003B
THIS IS AN ASYNCHRNOUS SCSI HOST ADAPTER
AND JUMPERS LABLED:
0WS
CODE
FLOPPY
A
B
R
C
D
E
I
IT ALSO HAS IRQ JUMPERS 3-5 AND 10-15

any and all help would be greatly appreciated
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I have jumper information about this card.  It is also known as the SPI-200.

If you send me an email i will send you the information directly in gif files.  pe1dna@amsat.org

Also you can find all information, including some drivers, at :

http://theref.c3d.rl.af.mil/controllers/c_scsi-at.html

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will post you soon...thanks for the info Re: legacy scsi-at from Storage Plus Inc.

ttfn :-]
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Did you send me an email recently ?
do you still need the gif files ?
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