SCSI 40 pin hdd from Apple Mac PowerBook for Transfer of Files and Data

A SCSI Quantum Go-Drive 2.5inch disk taken from an Apple Mac Power-Book laptop. The drive photo was taken showing the 40 pin connector facing the camera. These drives were also used in external scsi caddy cases usually with a 25 pin interface.
A Quantum Go-Drive scsi 2.5 inch 40pin hdd ready for data transfer


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SCSI 40 pin hdd from Apple Mac PowerBook for Transfer of Files and Data

We can transfer files and folders from the SCSI 40 pin hdd that were often used in external 25pin caddy case or Apple PowerBook. Popular makes were Western Digital WDS-2120 or Quantum Go-Drive GRS. Other SCSI drives were made by IBM, Conner and Seagate and typically have capacities like 80mb, 100mb, 120mb or 160mb. The interface is quite a rare drive and difficult to find an easy way to transfer the files - no off the shelf solution exists to our knowledge. However we can read the disk and save the files to modern USB drives, or CD / DVD disks. We can even convert some of the old files for use in say Microsoft Word etc.


SCSI 40 pin hdd from Apple Mac PowerBook for Transfer of Files and Data

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We can transfer files and folders from the SCSI 40 pin hdd that were often used in external 25pin caddy case or Apple PowerBook. Popular makes were Western Digital WDS-2120 or Quantum Go-Drive GRS. Other SCSI drives were made by IBM, Conner and Seagate and typically have capacities like 80mb, 100mb, 120mb or 160mb. The interface is quite a rare drive and difficult to find an easy way to transfer the files - no off the shelf solution exists to our knowledge. However we can read the disk and save the files to modern USB drives, or CD / DVD disks. We can even convert some of the old files for use in say Microsoft Word etc..