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Old 03-14-2005, 10:26 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Question [aust] Compact Flash To Ide Converters

I got a request from a client that needs to get his hands on some COMPACT FLASH to IDE CONVERTERS.

What he wants to do is load a his OS (Linux) on the CF Cards, and then boot from them.

This converter needs to plug directly with the IDE Channel, not via PCI Card.

If you have any suggestion of distributors or manufactures, that would be great.


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Found one

Today, i got a SCSI to Paralell (printer port) adapter

Really rapes the SCSI's speed though...
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