Reply 29740 of 47236, by Vynix
It does! A 42 Mb Seagate 😁...ST-151. Its a late model XT it seems but I have yet to do a full deep dive on it.
Wow a ST-251, these were built to last 😁 and no need to fuss with parking it, the ST-251 parked the heads by itself upon shutdown, not to mention its unique startup sound (some sort of hollow knocking noise, once heard never forgotten), IMO it's a real keeper!
Proud owner of a Shuttle HOT-555A 430VX motherboard and two wonderful retro laptops, namely a Compaq Armada 1700 [nonfunctional] and a HP Omnibook XE3-GC [fully working :p]