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Old 05-04-2006, 04:11 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Question Iomega Bernoulli??

So my boss resurrects an Iomega Bernoulli drive from his basement and (6) 150 mb drives. None of the cables will interface with any newer computers because it uses a 37 pin serial cable. The ultimate reason for reattaching this thing is to recover the data to burn on a DVD. Any ideas? Can these things still be used?

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IIRC, they normally used SCSI, but I don't know of any SCSI interface with thirty seven pins...

EDIT: Wikipedia backs this up:

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