Wild-hair floppy drive question
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Mon Jun 13 18:39:14 CDT 2005
From: "Doc Shipley" <doc at mdrconsult.com>
Sent: Monday, June 13, 2005 6:33 PM
> Randy McLaughlin wrote:
>> To make the Teac 1.2mb drive act like a QD drive there are two options:
>> Jumper I on, LG off, low on pin 2 of the 34 pin connector or Jumper I on,
>> LG on, high on pin 2 of the 34 pin connector.
> Thanks. I think it was the flip-flop on pin 2 that was hammering me.
> I'm suddenly in the middle of a Tivoli TSM migration, but when things
> cool off abit I'll try this.
You would think they would have included a jumper to select the speed and
ignore pin 2.
The best thing would be to cut the trace and ground it so the signal doesn't
go back to the controller. As a matter of fact cutting pin 34 often helps.
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