What is an SCSI port?


A SCSI port is a standard connector found on a computer, which is used to attach peripheral devices that use the SCSI system for data transfer. A SCSI port can be used to connect a hard disk, tape drive, and optical drives. SCSI is an acronym for Small Computer System Interface.
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SCSI or Small Computer System Interface is a set of standards for connecting computers and peripheral devices for data transfer. SCSI is commonly used for hard disks and tape drives
SCSI port computer dictionary definition. . The actual connector that a SCSI cable plugs into
1. Shut down the computer. 2. Plug the USB drive into the USB port of the USB-to-SCSI adapter. 3. Connect the SCSI end of the adapter to the SCSI port on the back of the computer.
SCSI ports hook up to SCSI peripherals. Hard drives, scanners, tape backup units, and many other things.
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