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88396 SCSI/PARALLEL INTERFACE Drivers

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I have "inherited" an HP 88396 SCSI/PARALLEL Interface
(same functionality as 88395)
with power supply; but no manuals or drivers. I would like to use this with my other SCSI devices on a Win 98 and/or NT4 machine.
Any help or advice will be appreciated.

David dhark@fred.net
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The box was designed for exclusive use with a scanjet or scanjet + in a Macintosh environment.  It never had any drivers for Win-Tel machines.  You have a piece of history, albeit worthless in a non-Mac environment.
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This is what I needed to know. Thank you
for helping me. I appreciate your help.

David
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