[Color Computer][Coco] Tandy Hard Disk Controller
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Sun Mar 5 22:24:45 EST 2006
That was not a "blind statement". It was a DOUBLE BLIND STATEMENT based on
assumptions and suppositions, with no facts or knowledge to back it up.
If you want to "Take it to court", you would beat me up relentlessly and
Actually, I figured the latest drivers wouldn't have taken into
consideration that more than one Coco would be on a SCSI system. Who would
think that someone would do such a thing, except the original software group
So as I said..... I assumed and supposed.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Mark Marlette"
Sent: Saturday, March 04, 2006 6:48 PM
> I'll take that bet......
> Show me.
> Also you must not have SuperDriver or NitrOS-9 ver 03.02.05. Very
> blind statement.
> At 3/4/2006 06:18 PM, you wrote:
>>----- Original Message ----- From: "Gene Heskett"
>>>On Saturday 04 March 2006 18:32, Mark Marlette wrote:
>>>>Test more than one CoCo on a SCSI drive?
>>>>That would be a disaster.
>>>It could be if the driver doesn't have collision detection, which
>>>I'd bet the farm none of them do. I mean, this IS the coco we're
>>>talking about here folks. :)
>>>But the scsi specs themselves do have collision detection as a very
>>>important function, for exactly that reason. For the coco though,
>>>that would mean that the middle 16 wires in the cable would have to
>>>be used as the handshaking to control that is in the middle of the
>>>Does your tc^3 interface support that somehow?
>>I betcha ... OS-9 will do it.
>>I betcha ... Nitros9 won't.
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