Scott wrote: > Also, the disk drive continually runs or clicks You should be aware that Amiga floppy drives tend to be the first item to break. There are a lot of Amigas out there which work except for the built-in floppy drive. The mechanism is the same Chinon F?-354 type as found in e.g. Atari ST and some other computers. Supposedly the way the Amiga accesses the floppy drive would shorten its life. The fact that the drive reads for a few seconds then fails tells me you might as well try to get another drive as another floppy disk. In theory I think a standard PC drive would work after a few modifications, mainly emulating the disk change signal but I never went through with doing it myself. Best regards -- Anders Carlsson Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing listReceived on 2011-05-02 22:00:13
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