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Power Mac G5 & SCSI Nikon Coolscan

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Is it possible to hook-up a Nikon Coolscan that has a SCSI connector to a G5 Tower and if so which SCSI PCI X card will work with it?

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Yes a SCSI card will work...but I would try to find drivers for your OS before you hunt up a card. Or it may just never know. I have an Optical SureStore Drive that worked with no drivers needed.
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