The only way that I'm aware of doing it is by using a parport drive case,
that basically has an IDE connector and a power tail, and a parport
connector on the outside.
But I'll do some research and let you know what I find.
On Sat, 5 Aug 2000 07:22:02 +0800 ephemeron <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>I remember reading somewhere that the slower IDE devices (zip, LS-120)
>connected externally to the parallel port. IDE devices are much
>their parport cousins. There is an obvious benefit to being able to
>connect an internal zip drive (costs less by a half) to the parallel
>Does anybody know how this is done? Or is this possible only through
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