PCs that support only one floppy drive in hardware

John Boffemmyer IV john_boffemmyer_iv at boff-net.dhs.org
Wed Oct 12 06:33:29 CDT 2005


Damn, it's definitely a ClassicCmp thing. 10yr rule and certainly unique. =)
If someone's got one out there, that would seem to be a great 
solution, right on Dan.
-John Boffemmyer IV

At 04:17 AM 10/12/2005, you wrote:

> > Dan, I don't think I've ever seen a 5.25" PCMCIA drive.  Do they 
> exist?  There's actually not a huge amount of difference between 
> the PCMCIA bus and ISA.  IIRC, you can get PCMCIA-PC104 adapters 
> and PC104 is very close to ISA.
> >
> > Cheers,
> > Chuck
> >
>These guys made one ten years ago, there might be some around.
>
>http://www.accurite.com/PR-PC.html
>
>Dan
>
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