Hello! Mike Stein wrote: > What do you base that on? Can't say that I've ever seen a system other than PC-compatibles that doesn't use drive 0 for the main or only drive. Just for the sake of purity, that's exactly what Commodore 900 does - its only 5.25 drive is connected as drive #1 not #0 (and the operating system properly addresses it as fd1 not fd0). So it's not uncoinceivable that they did the same with 1581. Regards, Michau Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing listReceived on 2016-08-23 14:00:02
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