Adaptec 1522A SCSI Support (was re: New TestFDC Results Registry)

Chuck Guzis cclist at
Thu Jan 18 20:40:44 CST 2018

On 01/18/2018 06:18 PM, Fred Cisin via cctalk wrote:

> A few SCSI floppy drives existed, but they were never very common.
> Only SCSI floppy that I remember having was a "Floptical" (20MB), that
> also handled 1.4M

Most "real" SCSI drives were basically bolt-on adapter affairs to a
traditional floppy interface.   You can, for example, occasionally find
Teac FD235S drives for sale--and if you look, it's basically a
SCSI-to-floppy adapter bolted onto a regular FD235.

There were also some SMS/OMTI cards that served the same


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