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kakashi

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Hello! I was wondering if anyone could help me get a driver for a SCSI controller?
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hi
welcome to GTG
we would need to know the make and model of the SCSI controller
then we can see if we can find a driver for you to down load.
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There are numerous download sites on the internet, try going to the manufactuers site. Or another good site is karldavis.com for a data base of drivers, (check out drivers planet on his link sites) Hope it's okay to list another site, if not sorry. Anyhow, good luck.

Edited by Fetish, 30 May 2004 - 06:48 PM.

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Sorry to sound nieve, but just out of curosity what exactly is a SCSI device?
(Don't know wut it is just know that I need it)
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P.S. i need one for a Dell Dimension 4100
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a SCSI is known as "scuzzy", it's a interface for attaching devices (printers, disk drives, ect.) to your computer and transfering data between the two, but scuzzy's are much faster than serial or parellel ports, also you can attach many devices to a single port.
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