ZL2AOX wrote:Looking for a couple of SCSI CD-ROM drives for my Sun SPARC workstations - preferably internal type with SCA connector.
recycled wrote:Just to be rude, what model workstations?!
recycled wrote:SCA CD-ROM you say! They must be a particularly rare jem, I've been a SCSI fan-boy for as long as I've had computers of my own and I've never seen one, so expect to be charged a kings ransom when you track one down. Sure you can't get by with a standard SCSI narrow 50 pin IDC style drive?
ZL2AOX wrote:SPARCclassic and SPARCstation 5. Neither came with a CD-ROM drive.
You're right; my mistake. Only the hard drives are SCA. The CD-ROM just uses the 50 pin SCSI-2 connector.
ZL2AOX wrote:I'd prefer an internal CD-ROM for the SS5, if possible. Not 100% sure what you mean by old and new cases
ZL2AOX wrote:I want to install a floppy drive too
ZL2AOX wrote:Still interested in acquiring more though...
SpidersWeb wrote:Came across this one on ebay...
.recycled wrote:...is an example of what I'm referring to as the 'old' case, where the floppy drive height is the same as the CD-ROM.
recycled wrote:I have a floppy drive from a SS5...
recycled wrote:A network with huge online storage has solved a lot of my worries where unreliable removable media/drives have annoyed me, but that's another hassle to deal with if you're right back ant square one!
acsi wrote:Was just hunting for an external SCSI CDROM and spotted this on ebay...
Not sure if it's what your after or not?
Paul wrote:Didn't see anyone mention it but don't those early Suns require SCSI CD drives that can be configured for 512 Bytes/sector? Not as easy to find as just a standard SCSI drive.
ZL2AOX wrote:SpidersWeb wrote:Came across this one on ebay...
It has since arrived but is the wrong type - not SCSI at all but ATAPI (IDE) which I can't use
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