alaric at caerllewys.net
Sun Jan 4 01:31:24 CST 2004
> 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.
I checked the part number; it's larger capacity than I was remembering.
Seagate STT20000A, original equipment in a Dell machine, 10GB native
capacity on Travan TR5 cartridges or compatible, 60MB/min transfer rate,
http://support.ap.dell.com/docs/storage/2790c/Specs.htm for drive data.
I was also amused, upon looking at the EXB-8202 again, to notice that
not only is it in immaculate condition, but the little clear plastic
protective film over the tape window is still in place. Of course, if
it's spent its entire life sitting in a CLOSED-FRONT type 811..... :)
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