How to Make an SCSI to USB Adaptor

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SCSI stands for Small Computer Systems Interface. SCSI was the standard to connect most computer peripherals until the emergence of USB cables. Nowadays, a vast majority of computers are equipped with USB ports for peripheral connections. However, if you have a SCSI peripheral device, you may want to build a SCSI to USB adapter so you can use it on a computer with a USB port. Note that you will need a SCSI to USB cable and a USB cable to perform this task. These cables are available for purchase in most electronic stores.

Things You'll Need

  • SCSI to USB cable
  • USB cable
  • Connect the the "SCSI" end of a "SCSI to USB" cable to your SCSI peripheral device.

  • Connect a USB cable to the "USB" end of the "SCSI to USB" cable.

  • Connect the other end of the USB cable into one of the empty USB ports on your computer.

  • Turn on your SCSI peripheral device. Wait until your computer recognizes the device and let Windows install the necessary device drivers. Once connected, you will see a notification saying that the device is connected and ready to use.

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