I'm trying to get my Plus to boot off a SCSI HDD, which I know can sometimes be a feat easier said than done. I'm working with a generic SCSI enclosure with a 4GB drive, although I also have an OWC enclosure(same size drive) that I could use if need be. I initially set the drive up from my 9600 using a "patched" version of the HD SC set-up utility that(I think) came with System 6. The drive was set to ID 4, connected to the 9600 by a 3' long DB-25 to Centronics 50 cable, and a terminator on the other Centronix port. The drive worked fine on the 9600. I set it up with 3 partitions-the first one is 900 and some MB and the others about 1.5gb each. I then put a good, bootable System 6 folder on the 900mb partition. I then connected it to the Plus, and the computer is not acting as though it even sees it. The drive does not respond as if the computer is "talking to it" upon booting up, and the same version of HD SC set up I used from the 9600 to format it can't see it. I know that Pluses can be "touchy" about their SCSI ports, and I've tried different termination set-ups including a couple of different ones on the second Centronics port and an Apple branded pass-through terminator. I've used a couple of different cables just to rule that out. Any ideas of other things I can try, short of paying the inflated prices for a 20SC on Ebay?