Does anyone know of a way to give a Windows laptop PC a SCSI port? I have seen XP era cable adapters but don't know if they would work with WIN7 or later. PCMCIA cards are out because that port no longer exists in modern laptops. My goal is to connect an old dye sublimation Kodak printer via scsi to a modern windows laptop.
I have an old Castlewood ORB 2gig tape drive that has a usb to scsi cable. It works as designed with the Orb tape drive in WIN7 and WIN10 but does not work as a scsi adapter when I connect it to my Kodak printer with scsi interface. The cable does show up as a scsi device in windows but device manager says that it will not start and gives an "error code 10".
So has anyone added scsi to a modern Windows laptop?