From: rudolph wratten (cowthief_at_worldnet.att.net)
Date: Sat Apr 22 2000 - 20:58:25 EDT
The problem with SCSI is that, unlike IDE, it really is not universal, this
is to say, you can not connect just anyones drive and any controller and
have good service.
Indeed, early on, there were SCSI controllers for just that brand of
harddrive or even just a series within a companys line.
IDE, on the other hand, because the controller is really on the drive, is
Apple computer, a long supporter of SCSI, is now putting IDE in its
And, let's not forget, PCMCIA is nothing more than an extension of IDE.
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