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Started by GUNHED, 18:09, 08 August 21
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Quote from: GUNHED on 16:39, 16 August 21Hello... sombebody out there how can help me cloning the Vortex F1 controller?(Cash plays no role).
Quote from: Bryce on 19:09, 16 August 21Do you have schematics or a real device or (last resort) high resolution pictures of both sides of the original PCB. If so, let me know and I will clone it for you.Bryce.
Quote from: TotO on 19:26, 16 August 21I imagine that is possible to start from the Amstrad FDC schematic (if the same u765 controller) and update the few changes.But, there is a real interest to use more than two floppy drives today?
Quote from: SkulleateR on 19:29, 16 August 21I got one, sadly it's not working anymore, but I can provide pictures Maybe this investigation helps getting my device up an running again
Quote from: Bryce on 19:30, 16 August 21I haven't even a use for 2 drives, but obviously TFM GUNHED has a use for 4, otherwise he wouldn't want it cloned.
Quote from: SkulleateR on 19:45, 16 August 21@Bryce I could send it for cloning if this helps out @GUNHED in his project, but since I lost my job due to Corona I'm a bit short of money so I don't think repairing is an option right now
Quote from: Audronic on 04:03, 04 September 21@Bryce ? Is it a DDI-1 with its own custom Rom ?Keep SafeRay
Quote from: Bryce on 08:45, 06 September 21The boards on the Wiki seem to be a completely different device and don't contain/require a DDI-1. Here's a picture of the board I have here. You can see the two blanked IC's in the centre above the edge connector for the DDI-1. The empty socket is where the Vortex ROM is located. the board on the Wiki looks like a variation of the DDI-1 and doesn't contain a second ROM or Z80.
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