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Thread: SCSI!? zip!? fd-4?! terminator??! please help!?

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    I have a SCSI zip drive on it's way to use with my fd-4... I saw in the manual a SCSI terminator being used also.... what is it?
    do I need it to record? any replies are appreciated....

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    hey,
    if ya got the iomega zip drive that terminator thing is already in it...so your all set

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    I agree with Pbass75. I had the same question a couple of weeks ago. I could not find a 25-pin scsi terminator. But there is a switch on the back to set termination to 'on' and you are set to go.

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    I just got an FD-4 and am dealing with this same issue. I have an external 100mb zip drive that plugs into the printer port on my PC. Is this a SCSI drive?

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    Clally, I doubt that your Zip drive is a SCSI drive if it plugs straight into your PC. Most computers need a SCSI adapter card. If you can't find a SCSI Zip or Orb drive locally, you can find them on the internet at Buy.com or CompUSA.com

    peace, Jim

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