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Using HP's Scanjet 6100C without ISA-slot

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We had a old machine p1 to which my Hp scanjet6100c was connected. Now the P4 system does not have ISA slot. Kindly help us get it connected to  P4 system.
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Nanasridhar,
It seems as if your scanner came with a SCSI-2, dedicated SCSI adapter (PC/Windows). You can buy a SCSI2 adapter card that fits in a PCI slot. Example:

http://www.pcwebshopper.com/iohc310.html

Your scanner uses a 50 pin SCSI2 connector. You will need to set the SCSI ID on the scanner, here is an explanation that deals directly with your scanner:

http://www.frostytech.com/articleview.cfm?articleid=414&page=2
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