- 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, 2012View 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.