Conner Peripherals 16Bit Bootable SCSI Card 16 Bit 08-9-75500002
This card is a vintage 16 bit bootable SCSI Interface. This Conner card was working on a 286 system, with its primary SCSI hard drive attached, and booting from it. The card has a jumper for i/o address selection 360H/370H we don't have more documentation regarding this card, other than the hard drive attached was a Seagate ST-4766N. We don't know if the card needs a special program/configuration to boot from other scsi hard drive.
NOTICE: This Pre-Owned-Recycled conner peripherals 16bit bootable scsi card 16 bit 08-9-75500002 was described to the best of our knowledge and it is offered as-is. If the field -Items in Stock- shows zero, the product is no longer available.
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