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[filmscanners] Re: Initialization problem with Polaroid SprintScan 4000

>remove and replace the SCSI terminator block. If the scanner is
>with other SCSI devices, remake the connections at all of them.
Trying a
>different terminator will also be worthwhile.

Thanks for your advice.  I have some questions about the SCSI
terminator block.  My SS4000 has two ports in the back.  One is a
50 pin SCSI connector through which the scanner is connected to
the SCSI card in my computer.  The other port is a 25 pin SCSI
port and has nothing connected to it, and so far as I can
remember, never has.  Next to this second port is a switch marked
"SCSI termination on/off".  Am I correct in my assumption that so
long as this switch is turned on, the scanner is internally
terminated and no terminator block is needed?  The scanner
documentation makes no reference to a terminator block, and
simply says to turn termination on when the device is at the end
of a SCSI chain.
Dr. Paul Patton
Life Sciences Building Rm 538A
work: (419)-372-3858
home: (419)-352-5523
Biology Department
Bowling Green State University
Bowling Green, Ohio 43403

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the mysterious.  It is the source of all true art
and science."
-Albert Einstein

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