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Offline rpalmer

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Re: help with floppy adapter PCB
« Reply #50 on: 23:16, 16 May 17 »
I originally had an external 3.5 drive connected, but was used in my first attempt to replace the internal one when it dies 10+ years ago.

Alas the drive is all that is left as my many moves due to work has resulted in loosing the housing and setup.

I will have to make up a power adapter and cable to perform such a test.

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Re: help with floppy adapter PCB
« Reply #51 on: 00:03, 17 May 17 »
Can you buy the right sort of cable in a local electronics store where you are?

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Re: help with floppy adapter PCB
« Reply #52 on: 01:34, 17 May 17 »
i would have to search through all of my cables to locate the one to connect the drive, but i am sure i have it somewhere.