Re-added the 3,5 to 6128 guide to the wiki

Started by Cholo, 20:01, 18 October 09

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Cholo

Old guide kinda vanished a while back, so i just readded it again. Also cleaned it up a bit, rewriting some bits and removed dead links and such  ;)

Edit:
Link: http://cpcwiki.eu/index.php/Guide_on_how_to_connect_a_3.5

CPCLER

Quote from: Cholo on 20:01, 18 October 09
Old guide kinda vanished a while back, so i just readded it again. Also cleaned it up a bit, rewriting some bits and removed dead links and such  ;)

Edit:
Link: http://cpcwiki.eu/index.php/Guide_on_how_to_connect_a_3.5

/Thanks,

I still wonder what happend to the old article!! :-o

This article will come in handy as I need to replace my 3" inch drive with a 3.5" drive soon!

/CPCLER

Cholo

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Ah yes. If you ever need to change the internal drive cable as well then:

http://boutique.cpc-hardware.com/

Still sells those 2 internal 3" to 3,5" cables.
youll need :
1x Adaptateur Lecteur 3,5 pouces Interne &
1x Adaptateur alimentation

Dont forget to send the fella email about shipping totals (i used yahoo babelfish for translation/email)

EDIT: Oh and how the guide vanished .. well its a wiki so anyone can change or erase it really. Also we have had a lot of trubles not so long ago so it really isnt odd that a couple of pages may have been lost.

Gryzor

Was there a guide indeed? I mean, on its own page? Can't find anything in the logs...

Anyhow, the new article is great and clear... thanks :)

CPCLER

Hi Gryzor

Yes, it baffeling!

I clearly remember this article, with pictures and all... but even when deleted it would leave a trace!

/CPCLER

Quote from: Gryzor on 09:15, 22 October 09
Was there a guide indeed? I mean, on its own page? Can't find anything in the logs...

Anyhow, the new article is great and clear... thanks :)

arnoldemu

Quote from: CPCLER on 09:54, 22 October 09
Hi Gryzor

Yes, it baffeling!

I clearly remember this article, with pictures and all... but even when deleted it would leave a trace!

/CPCLER
Are you thinking of the guide when it was in the cpczone.net forums?
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Gryzor

Aha!!! Darn, and I did remember it too, myself...

OK, I cross-linked the articles and also linked to the older guide at the usual places...

Thanks for the great job :)

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