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Scsi connection 50pin centronics

I HAVE SCANPLUS111 800T CONNECTED TO PC VIA 50 PIN CENTRONICS SCSI
I WOULD LIKE TO CONNECT TO SONY VIO PC USING A SCSI TO USB IS THIS POSSIBLE IF SO WHAT DO I NEED I.E DRIVERS
AND SOFTWARE

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You can download the drivers from the link below. This should work fine,


http://www.gtcocalcomp.com/supportscannersoftwaresp3monoturbo.htm

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The old scanner most likely wont function with a usb converter.

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