> On Fri, 22 Nov 1996, JuGGerNauGhT wrote:
> The internal 53C810 controller will work just fine, My UDB is controlling
> an HP 2GB drive as well as a Seagate 4GB.
> The bracket to mount the drive internally is another matter. They are
> hard to find and I am told they require that you remove the external
> SCSI connector, definitely a BAD THING.
My "easy web server" comes with a 1GB, 3.5" Quantum Fireball drive and an
external SCSI port, so they should not be mutually exclusive. I think
you do loose the extra PCI slot though, as there is alleged to be some
kind of "riser card" with an extra PCI slot in it with the 2.5"
> Also, if you do mount the drive internally be sure to remove the
> 2.5" drive as the power supply will NOT run two hard drives.
It also simply will not fit; when I open up my box, I practically need
a shoehorn to get everyting back inside. There's absolutely no way you
could fit two drives inside without removing something (floppy?).
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