alaric at caerllewys.net
Sat Jan 3 22:19:36 CST 2004
These monsters are 2GB native capacity, right? Not worth much these
days, I'll bet. Anyone have a use for one? I recently discovered one
lurking in a solid-front 811 case and, already possessing a newer and
more reliable tape drive with much higher speed and capacity, haven't
the faintest clue what to usefully do with the thing.
Ditto an IDE Travan drive, I don't recall the Seagate model number,
capacity 4GB or so, currently residing in a machine we were given. If
it was SCSI, I'd .... but no point speculating, because it isn't.
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