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[filmscanners] Re: SCSI support on a Mac Pro

On 11/02/2008 Laurie@advancenet.net wrote:
> USB2 is just as
> robust if not more so than Firewire; it was USB 1.1 which was not as
> robust
> as Firewire.

Yup, nothing wrong with USB2 (so long as it's not plugged and unplugged
too many times). I have lots of USB and no FW in use, never had an issue.
But somewhere I read that Firewire<->SCSI adapters were an easier and
simpler engineering prospect, and potentially less prone to driver issues
than USB2<->SCSI, because FW and SCSI were releated protocols. That's not
to say there are problems with USB2<->SCSI in practice, of course.


Tony Sleep

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