[Coco] Jumper settings needed
rbihler at msn.com
Thu Oct 2 10:48:56 EDT 2008
First thing that comes to mind, PC's use cable select (Twisted wires). Depending the connector changes the drive number.
Second they also want the drive to be jumpered for D1 and not Drive D0.
Ron> Date: Thu, 2 Oct 2008 09:13:23 -0500> From: Linux-Rules at austin.rr.com> To: coco at maltedmedia.com> Subject: [Coco] Jumper settings needed> > > 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,> johnd> > > > --> Coco mailing list> Coco at maltedmedia.com> http://five.pairlist.net/mailman/listinfo/coco
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