On Monday 26 April 2004 16:40, Conor Wynne wrote:
> I have the MDK10 powerpack edition, installs fine on my SCSI system.
> But then my SCSI disks died (raid 1) but a raid is only good if both
> drives are working :--0
> Turned out that one drive short circuited the other one, sweet ;--(
>> Back to IDE again and only use the SCSI for my tape drive.
Slightly OT, but does anyone know of a source in Europe for SCSI drives
about 80GB in size?
I've always bought from www.scsistuff.com in the US,
but they seem to be winding down their SCSI disk operation,
and anyway they have become very expensive.
Also it seems to me much more complicated to buy from the US
than it used to be.
Has SCSI gone the way of MFM and RLL?
I was brought up to believe that SCSI good, IDE bad.
Am I too old to change my religion?
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