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    • What an awesome acquisition!  I hope to see it at a future VCF event. 
    • Looks great, especially the A/B restoration. Do you have a reference for what parts you used for that part of the restoration?
    • It does seem like maybe drives that won't necessarily deal with the Narrow SCSI Bus, might do so out of termination related problems. I have two 72GB U320 drives that don't have a jumper for Narrow Mode, and those won't work at all. The thread I linked does also have a mod to do the termination for the full SCA80 connector data lines if necessary, I'm probably going to try that on one of the adapters I have to see if that makes the 72GB drives work.
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    • But what i'd really want is some redesigned full motherboard replacement good old chips from corroded boards could go into and have some modernization for these memory modules (or just soldered-on maximum capacity RAM). Saved space would provide enough space for integrated upgrades, such as maybe some integrated CPU accelerator and graphics card too (let's say sacrificing external floppy port for a video out connector). Lots of reverse-engineering though, and would more or less require some SE/30 core logic thing. At that stage, also adding soft-power would be pretty cool too, if replacing the PSU by some small ATX-like thing.
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