Re: SCSI expert needed

Date: Wed, 26 Jan 2011 17:36:04 +0100
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Hallo Ethan,

> Bitsavers is a wonderful site.

Yep, I found other nice stuff as well!

> I'm interested in your D9090 disassembly

Of course the work hasn't finished yet.

> and would love to be able to extend them 

I have two non-working drives. Neither 6502-board, SASI-board nor 
HDD work. But I have hope to get (one of) the 6502-boards to work. 
Second step: emulating the SASI bus using a LPT port. Following 
steps (not in that order):
- microcontroller + IDE-disk
- bigger hard disk up to 16 MB
- support of partitions
In case of the last two steps I can use the experience gained with 
my 1541IDE project. That triggered a thought chain reaction. Not 
that familiar with microcontrollers anymore (8031, 8051, 80552 etc. 
more then 10 years ago), I just got the idea of using a obselete 
1541 board to replace the original SASI board.

We'll see.

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