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Auction: IBM PS/2 - 4869-002 External 5 1/4 Diskette Drive

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IBM part number: 4869-002. Card part number: 33F5365.
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Louis
1/5/2006 3:12:56 PM
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> IBM part number: 4869-002. Card part number: 33F5365.

I know this is a dumb question, but will this work in a 9595 under NT?

Thanks,
exwisdem
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David
1/5/2006 5:08:00 PM
Hi!

> I know this is a dumb question, but will this work in a 9595 under NT?

The high density version may not, as it uses a device driver to make
itself show up as the next available drive letter. (Such as "drive D"
or whatever...) I've heard of someone twiddling the ADF to allow "drive
B" support, but I've never tried that myself.

I would like to bid on this item, unless someone else desperately needs
it.

William

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wm_walsh
1/5/2006 5:48:34 PM
Hi William, David,
> > I know this is a dumb question, but will this work in a 9595 under NT?
> The high density version may not, as it uses a device driver to make
> itself show up as the next available drive letter. (Such as "drive D"
> or whatever...) I've heard of someone twiddling the ADF to allow "drive
> B" support, but I've never tried that myself.
     *DOS* has a driver to run it that way (and if low-density works,
high-density would too). Probably at least OS/2 should be covered
otherwise. I can't remember if the adapter uses the standard secondary
FDC I/O address off the top of my head (with the DOS driver installed
you can DRIVEPARM & SUBSTitute it all you want).
                    David
                    David@IBMMuseum.com

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IBMMuseum
1/5/2006 7:43:16 PM
http://www.gilanet.com/ohlandl/floppy/5_25-Floppy.html#ADF_Sections

FixedResources
    io 0280h - 0287h
    int 6

If NT can handle an alternate address floppy, it MIGHT work.

IBMMuseum wrote:
> Hi William, David,
>>> I know this is a dumb question, but will this work in a 9595 under NT?
>> The high density version may not, as it uses a device driver to make
>> itself show up as the next available drive letter. (Such as "drive D"
>> or whatever...) I've heard of someone twiddling the ADF to allow "drive
>> B" support, but I've never tried that myself.
>      *DOS* has a driver to run it that way (and if low-density works,
> high-density would too). Probably at least OS/2 should be covered
> otherwise. I can't remember if the adapter uses the standard secondary
> FDC I/O address off the top of my head (with the DOS driver installed
> you can DRIVEPARM & SUBSTitute it all you want).
>                     David
>                     David@IBMMuseum.com
> 
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Louis
1/5/2006 9:57:15 PM
Hi Louis,
> http://www.gilanet.com/ohlandl/floppy/5_25-Floppy.html#ADF_Sections
>
> FixedResources
>     io 0280h - 0287h
>     int 6
>
> If NT can handle an alternate address floppy, it MIGHT work.
     Sorry, I've been sniffing too many IDE fumes lately. There is not
alternate FDC address I can find. For NT it initially looks like
nothing less than a specific driver will do.
      On the Win9x side there are possibilities however. Add New
Hardware, select Floppy Disk Controller, then a "Standard Floppy Drive
Controller" later from the list. No resources will be selected for you,
but you can choose the I/O address above before a restart. Dunno how
Win9x will like the interrupt conflict on IRQ 6, same as the main
controller.
     One of the things I did like about these platforms is that if the
chip was standard (and the uPD765 FDC on the Diskette Adapter/A is) you
could have it on an I/O address elsewhere. I had a multi-serial card
with 16450 UARTs that appear to the system bus just like another
standard serial port, just repeated over a block of addresses at a
defined location. As I remember (again, the shared IRQs) it did work
fine for my tests.
                     David
                     David@IBMMuseum.com

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IBMMuseum
1/6/2006 1:56:07 AM
Be sure to get a solid shipping quote before bidding -- the
BattleFloppy is a heavy beast!

Rick Ekblaw

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RickE
1/6/2006 3:56:43 AM
Hello William,

> I would like to bid on this item, unless someone else desperately needs
> it.

Go for it William!  I am now over by spending budget after buying a KVM 
this morning, so bid if you want, I will not compete with you.

Goodies on the way finally.

Have a great day,
exwisdem
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David
1/6/2006 4:04:41 PM
Hi!

> Be sure to get a solid shipping quote before bidding -- the
> BattleFloppy is a heavy beast!

Impressively so. I've got at least two of the 360K units and both kinds of
controller card.

Rick, would you happen to know if a standard floppy might go into one of the
360K versions so as to "convert" it into a 1.2MB unit? Did IBM use a
standard floppy inside there?

(I know that's a "lazy" question...but both units are hooked up and running.
I doubt that I would modify either one--just curious.)

William


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William
1/6/2006 11:24:03 PM
Hi!

> Go for it William!  I am now over by spending budget after buying a KVM
> this morning, so bid if you want, I will not compete with you.

Standing by! Waiting on a shipping quote from the seller.

The seller has more units and says they will go on auction soon.

> Goodies on the way finally.

Hey thanks! By any chance can you tell me what I owe you?

wct <atsign> walshcomptech <dot> com

William


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William
1/6/2006 11:25:39 PM
Yes, it's a standard floppy drive inside the BattleFloppy case.

Rick Ekblaw

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RickE
1/7/2006 5:47:56 AM
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