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Adaptec SCSI Card 2906 and gl6e Motherboard

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I want to install the SCSI card in my HP Pavilion 735n computer so that I will be able to use my Microtek E6 scanner. Will the Adaptec 2906 SCSI card work with the gl6e motherboard that is in the computer?  
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Most SCSI cards will work with modern motherboards, and the 735n seems to be a new system.  You shouldn't have a problem with it, but if you do, we'll help you out.
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