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Connector question I've gone from a desktop to laptop computer (finally). I want to connect my T1200 with scsi-2 (50 pin) to my usb hub. What connector(s) can I use? I'm so confused with all the DB. . HD. . . etc. I find something that I think will work, then I see "not for scanners". I'm just totally in the dark!

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You can buy or use FRISX connector, its is a fire wire to scsi-2 (50 pin) converter use the fire wire cable to connect to your usb hub then the other end to the FRISK connector attached to the scanner

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Have a look at tutorials here
http://www.tutorials.com/04/0431/0431.asp

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Hi,

There is a SCSI to USB adapter on the market similar to this that should work for your requirement.

Perhaps your other concern should be OS compatibility. Pls post back what OS is your laptop.

Hope this be of initial help/idea. Pls post back how things turned up or should you need additional information.

Good luck and kind regards.

Thank you for using FixYa.

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Dear,
well to rectify this problem you have 2 options:
1. either you can purchase a PCMCIA card with 50 pin Scsi connector.

2.or USB to SCSI convertor.

all this kind of connectors and convertor are available in IT shops

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