Right you are, I forgot about the 'garage door' Safaris; don't have any so can't advise how to distinguish them. from the Tandons & MPIs. BTW, "There are two version from DOS 2.5 (only 8050) with 901482-03/901482-04 and 901482-06/901482-07 and one version of DOS 2.7 (8050 or 8250) with 901487-01/901488-01 known. If you find an other version, it would be great to dump this, too." I thought the 2.7 ROMs were 901887-01/901888-01; was the 901487/488 a typo, or is there indeed another version? m ----- Original Message ----- From: "Martin Hoffmann-Vetter" <martinHV@arcor.de> To: <email@example.com> Sent: Saturday, March 15, 2014 5:34 PM Subject: RE: Who owns a 8050/8250 with tandon drives? Hi, > - If you push down on the latch to open and close it, it's a > Micropolis. That's only for the Micropolis 1006-II (SS) and Micropolis 1006-IV (DS) drives. > - If it's got a flip-up latch and you can see a 4mm wide silver metal > piece across the disk slot on both sides of the (closed) latch, it's > a Tandon. > > - If it's got a flip-up latch and you can slip a piece of cardboard > into the slot on either side of the (closed) latch, it's an MPI. There exists a micropolis drive with flip-up latch, too. This is the Micropolis 1106-II (SS) or Micropolis 1106-IV (DS) called Safari. Martin Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing listReceived on 2014-03-16 08:00:45
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