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Started by tjohnson, 23:29, 21 February 18
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QuoteF: Solder a wire from the pad marked HD2 to the pad at the top left which happens to be a convenient ground. (Bypasses the HD detect switch so all disks are treated as DD - thus no need for tape over the HD holes.)
Quote from: pelrun on 01:19, 23 February 18The Amibay link includes a mod to lock it to DD:
Quote from: pelrun on 02:05, 23 February 18Here, I marked it for you. Sorry if it's still a bit unclear [emoji23]
Quote from: tjohnson on 00:48, 24 February 18Hi all, mission complete, Alps DF354H modified for ready signal and fixed to DDSee attached picture
Quote from: ikari on 23:21, 13 June 18I soldered pin 34 to the same pin of the IC that you did but all it did to me is a proper disk change signal My drive might not be the same model but definitely the main board looks the same.Also after I made the RD mistake too, mislead by the Amiga people, it came off together with the solder point and had to fix it with another wire to the IC... That was a lot of stress.Wysłane z mojego Redmi Note 4 przy użyciu Tapatalka
Quote from: pelrun on 04:18, 22 February 18Scratch that; RD isn't the ready signal at all (I expect it worked on an Amiga because they also route the DC signal to another pin.)Try this one instead (pin 34 to pin 32 on the IC): https://www.msxinfo.net/2014/03/12/making-a-alps-df354h127f-msx-compatible/
Quote from: tjohnson on 23:53, 13 June 18Do you mean it doesn't work? You don't get disk ready? Did you cut the current trace for pin 34, you can see I did that in my first picture. looking at last picture i also removed the jumper on ms2.
Quote from: tjohnson on 21:44, 14 June 18Some software will not work from b drive so that may be your issue
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