From: Pasi Ojala (albert_at_cs.tut.fi)
Date: 2007-03-03 08:26:47
> the problem could be that the switch that senses if there is a disk inserted > in the drive might be dirty. [..] > with this drive, I can write to a disk when the write-protect switch is > open! Could these two issues be related? Yep. I was going to suggest that, but I didn't know how the 1581 detects the disk. Actually, I now that I think about it, I have the same kind of problems with my A3000 drive: it suddenly thinks the disk is ejected, and immediately sees it again, and tries to decide whether it is an AmigaDOS, MS-DOS or 1581 disk (my own 1581-handler). -Pasi -- /Elayne felt the smallest stab of -- not quite jealousy; jealousy was out of the question, for them -- just irritation that Min had had so much time with him and she had not./ -- The Wheel of Time:"Winter's Heart" Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list
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