[rescue] Anyone have Syquest 3.5" SCSI drive + disks ya don't want?

Curtis H. Wilbar Jr. rescue at hawkmountain.net
Tue Jan 25 19:17:19 CST 2005

I've got a few of the drives around... but I don't know that I have
any carts... I think I have the 105? meg and 230?? meg drives...
definately SCSI.  Hmm... at least I think I have them left.

Make an offer if interested... in the meantime I'll go dig to see
if they are really still there.

-- Curt

On Tue, 2005-01-25 at 13:06, Ethan O'Toole wrote:
> Hello!
>  I have a midi sampler gadget (MSG) that uses SCSI devices. I had
> retrofitted a ZIP drive into the ESI-4000 unit, and all was good. But now
> it goes, "Wrrr click-a-click-a-click-a-click (pause) Wrrr
> click-a-click-a-click-a-click." I now know why all those people hated
> Iomega, not that I lost any data, but I've heard the click-of-death for
> myself.
> So I was wondering if anyone has one of the 135mb or 230mb Syquest 3.5"
> drives and carts? I had two IDE ones a while ago, but I gave them away
> (oops). I'm thinking about avoiding the JAZ drives due to that same click
> issue, I've heard they are equally as bad.
> Another option would be the Fujitsu MO drives. I used to work around them
> often, but haven't been able to find much on them.
> If anyone has anything suitable, I'd be willing to paypal a little money.
> I can find the drives often on eBay, and the media fairly often, but never
> the two in the same auction.
> I've got external SCSI zip drives, but I'm trying to keep it all in the unit.

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