The eMac has USB 1.0 and FireWire 400. Internally it uses PATA. Matt Sent from my iPhoneMessage 1 of 54 , Jun 1, 2012View SourceThe eMac has USB 1.0 and FireWire 400. Internally it uses PATA.Matt
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On Jun 1, 2012, at 10:25 PM, Dave McGuire <Mcguire@...> wrote:
On 06/01/2012 10:22 PM, dmmmmcom wrote:
> Well I do have 2 mac books but nothing I can share a back up drive with.
> The LeCie designs are sweet! At the risk of sounding really stupid would you suggest 1TB or 2TBs. I have mostly family photos that need saving.
Well...how much data do you have? ;)
> I will call the company to make sure that it will be emac compatible before I order.
Just look at which interfaces the eMac has. I'm guessing (without
looking it up) that has USB, but no FireWire or eSATA.
Dave McGuire, AK4HZ
New Kensington, PA
... Have done! Also, I use a Shugart 800 out of an old Tektronix terminal with my Ohio Scientific Challenger III -- it came with a hardware write protectMessage 54 of 54 , Dec 14 2:00 PMView Source
> I'm curious, how many of you installed a switch to override the need to put a black tab on the write protect notch?Have done! Also, I use a Shugart 800 out of an old Tektronix terminal with my Ohio Scientific Challenger III -- it came with a hardware write protect switch wired onto the standard Shugart drive board.