Can anyone pint me in the right direction or even if this is possible to convert from SCSI to USB or SATA.
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I believe it can be done, probably not a good plan but I guess it depends what you want to convert to SATA?  Hard drive adapters at Amazon galore depending on brand.

I inherited a couple of HP workstations that someone had converted from SCSI to SATA.
But as inexpensive as SATA hard drives are I just replaced.

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with the low disk pricing today, i would not use these anymore, but if you want, here an adapter cable :
I had a dell latitude cdock-II docking station for an old laptop. This had an external 50pin SCSI port.   If you want parallel scsi with any type of performance, then this is your only practical solution.   (Other than to buy a used PC with a used scsi controller).   USB->SCSI just doesn't make a lot of sense due to limits in performance and degree of complexity in the circuitry.
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