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Discussion in 'Hardware' started by geraldats, Dec 27, 2001.

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  1. geraldats

    geraldats Thread Starter

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    well here goes...i have a compaq presario 1900xl-163..(notebook)
    and i have been trying for weeks to find the interface cables that connect the dvd and floppy to the thing....
    but everywhere sofar ..nothing...

    the dvd and the board it attaches to are both 50 pin female.
    so the cable needs to be male on both ends...
    the drive is a toshiba sd-c2302.
    so..if anyone has any idea where i can find this cable it will be greatly appreciated...


    ps i tried every way that i know of to get one from compaq but they are very uncooperative..
     
  2. WarC

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    www.pricewatch.com has every doo-dad under the sun for computers, that would be a good place to check first. Best of all, its cheap!
     
  3. geraldats

    geraldats Thread Starter

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    thanks..
    i went there and they do have a lot of really good stuff.....but not what i need .....
     
  4. brianF

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    all I could find at the moment

    http://www.toshiba.com/taecdpd/techdocs/sdc2502/2502connect.shtml

    at least it explains the cable

    A 50-pin ATAPI interface connector is found at the rear of the SD-C2502 DVD-ROM drive. Connecting cable should use Japan Aviation Electronics Industry Limited KX15-50KLD L or equivalent connector.

    think your best bet would be to call a toshiba dealer
     
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