Looking online for PC SCSI adapters it looks like I may have waited too long at this point, but it's been my plan for many years now to one day fire up my old Apple //e SCSI hard drives and rip all the content off to run on PC emulators (not to mention get to old college papers, etc.). While chances are slim there's anyone here who would remember, I ran Wunderland BBS until the mid 90s on what I would suspect was the most souped up Apple //e ever to exist. With 1 MB RAM, 8 MHz ZIP CPU, and 1.3 GB!!! of hard drive space, at the time it was a monster. I'd written all the code for the BBS myself, and had written assembly language ProDOS extensions that would map all of that space on demand into multiple 32 MB partitions across the available slot/drive combinations.
At this point I have no idea if I'll even be able to spin the drives up without opening them up, or what shape the bits are in on the drives, but the last time i tried firing up the //e, my Apple SCSI card (the one that supported the custom mapping I did) wouldn't work. I'm assuming that the EPROMs are shot at this point and that potentially a new set of firmware might get that running again, but then I'd have to spend months transferring everything serially using ZModem and even then it wouldn't be in disk image format, it'd just be unusable files for the most part. I also have several drives that went through the RamFAST? controller (whatever the other SCSI controller was) that I'd like to recover as well.
So any suggestions on a viable approach to get this going? I really don't even have the space (or time) to pull out all my //e's and //gs's and try to fire them up, but I'd love to get to the data.