Re: RS/6000 320H part three
On Aug 24, 11:24 pm, Michael Kraemer <M.Krae...@xxxxxx> wrote:
Ah ... the disk seems to be "standard" SCSI one, connected to a SCSI
yes, standard 50-pin disks will do.
One "only" needs the proprietary connector to the SCSI card.
How the lock can be cracked ?
If I remove the inner coding, letting the mechanism run free, it will
make the right contacts ?
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