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Auction: MCA for IBM SCSI DDS2 Tape Drive Cheap!

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IBM SCSI 50-pin DDS2 Tape Drive in the 5.25 inch mount.  I don't see an 
FRU, but P/N is 16G8454 made Dec 1997 by Archive Corp. for IBM.  Model 
is 4326NP.


I have one from a Server 500, works fine in a 95. Directly supported 
under NT 4.0 backup as I recall.
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On Sat, 24 Jun 2006 08:25:23 -0500, Louis Ohland wrote:

> IBM SCSI 50-pin DDS2 Tape Drive in the 5.25 inch mount.  I
> don't see an FRU, but P/N is 16G8454 made Dec 1997 by Archive
> Corp. for IBM.  Model is 4326NP.

I have the full height bezel for this in the 8595/9595.

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Charles
6/24/2006 2:49:04 PM
Louis Ohland wrote:
> I don't see an FRU, but P/N is 16G8454...

The seller needs new glasses.  The white label above the antistatic
warning sticker clearly reads "FRU P/N", but the picture is too fuzzy
for me to tell if the FRU number matches the part number listed in the
auction.

Rick Ekblaw

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6/24/2006 10:22:08 PM
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