This is 'way off topic, but there seems to be some interest.
A SCSI board in a PC uses only one interrupt, which means that 6 devices
can use the same one. If there is an interrupt problem, Win95 will scream
about the incompatibility, so that shouldn't be a problem. I have a SCSI
machine, and (though I think SCSI is obsolescent, but still in operation
due to Mac's lack of another system) problems are normally due to two
situations: improper termination, and device conflicts (i.e., assigning the
same ID to more than one device). I have never had the problems with
interrupts that I have had with the finicky SCSI system. Note that Iomega
finally got smart and shifted over to IDE for the PC from their favorite SCSI.
Sil Horwitz, FPSA
Technical Editor, PSA Journal
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