--- Vincent Cunniffe <vcunniff at arbgroup.com> wrote:
> > P.S.:Anyone know what the "40.000MHz"-thingy on a Fast
> > card does? I need another one.
> Assuming this is a real question, it's the clock signal
> for synchronising transfers with the devices on the cable.
I'll have to check with Maplins, then - maybe I can get myself
another SCSI card :)
(The card is recognized by Linux and Wintendo, but no devices
connected to it are detected, so I guess that huge dent in the
middle of it may have something to do with it)
> Was, anyway :-)
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