Bio-Rad PhosphorImager/Apple G3

Michael Irwin bio-rad at inlink.com
Fri Mar 20 10:24:46 EST 1998


Hi Elizabeth,

I've seen this problem once before on a G3. I believe the culprit then
was a conflict with the 525 and the internal zip drive. You might
consider just removing that zip to see how the system works then. I
would then ask bio-rad Canada to reimburse you for an external
drive...$150 should be negligible to take care of a valuable imager
customer.

As a note, the common link between the 6500 and G3s seems to be that
both have IDE main drives and their external SCSI chain somehow
differs from that of other internal-SCSI Powermacs. The 7200 will
definately work fine. We'll continue to work on a solution to this
conflict and continue to vigorously support the Mac community (we're
big fans), but in the meatime, I'm hoping this solution will work.

Cheers, Mike Irwin

On 19 Mar 1998 22:34:21 GMT, Elizabeth Rosenberg
<erosenbe at gpu.srv.ualberta.ca> wrote:

>
>Hi all,
>
>I have been trying to get a conflict problem between the Bio-Rad
>Phosphorimager system and the Apple G3 PowerMac resolved, and after much
>frustration, I thought I would ask all those in "Usenet land" if they
>might have a solution.




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