40M drive for postage
Roy J. Tellason
rtellason at verizon.net
Fri Jan 18 02:15:29 CST 2008
>From a private email:
> >> D3142 Disk Drive P/N 134-500558-531 and I think I looked that up once
> >> and it came back as a 40 meg drive. Has a 17 connectors for some kinda
> >> plug in one place and 10 more farther over with about a 3/8 gap between
> >> the two groups. Oh, well, hell. Here is a pic attached.
> > Those connectors are marked as 34 and 20 pin, which means either MFM or
> > RLL, depending. I have some of that old stuff around, but don't have any
> > near-term plans to use any of it. Dunno anybody else who does,
> > either. I can forward a snip of that info to the classic computers list
> > and see if anybody wants it, though. Want anything for it?
> Nah, just postage if anyone can use it. I never will.
I have the pic here if anybody wants to see it. Can any of you guys use this
thing? If so let me know offlist and I'll put you in touch...
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