[Coco] Jumper settings needed
coconut at pritchard.ca
Thu Oct 2 10:43:17 EDT 2008
First hit for that search I recommended shows a site that makes reference to
the drive, how big the manual is and there is an ordering page. I think it
is $0.20/page for the photo copies.
On Thu, Oct 2, 2008 at 9:40 AM, Ryan Pritchard <coconut at pritchard.ca> wrote:
> Did you make sure to add the drive in the BIOS settings? Have you searched
> Google (or other search site) for Mitsubishi M4853 jumper settings?
> On Thu, Oct 2, 2008 at 9:13 AM, LinuxRules <Linux-Rules at austin.rr.com>wrote:
>> Looking for some help with jumper settings.....
>> I am in the process of setting up a Win98se box for running
>> Coco emulator and Xching files. Works OK for transfer
>> using 720K media with the built-in floppy, but I want
>> 360K (5") also.
>> So I added a Mitsubishi M4853 (not the dash 1). Neither
>> DOS or Win see the drive! After beating my head against
>> the wall for a bit, I found that DOS claims the drive is
>> "Not Ready". (Win silently fails - OF COURSE).
>> Hmmmmm. Jumper change needed!
>> None of the many jumpers seem to have labels that relate
>> to RDY, READY, on anything similar . Several hours
>> of Google produced nothing of value So, I am asking
>> the group if anyone has a listing of the jumper settings
>> for this drive..? Or a URL to a page with the settings????
>> A URL to the manual for the drive??? Anything with
>> the jumpers would be helpful.
>> Really not wanting to trace the schematic of the PCB!!
>> thank you,
>> Coco mailing list
>> Coco at maltedmedia.com
> Ryan Pritchard
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