[sebhc] Re: Great Idea for IDE MORE!! STATUS -- chips used
wm65805 at hotmail.com
Tue Sep 19 12:50:36 CDT 2006
HI: this uses the following chips
This design is not mine -- I found this used for the apple II & would be
easy to use with the Z-80.
I also found that there are adapters that connect to IDE and allows the
use of Flash Card memory.
I have received 3 of them from an ebay bid in august.
This adapter allows 2 devices
That being the standard for IDE.
Boot code is needed for this device
Since IDE is much like to WD floppy controller < soft sector> that should
Any suggestions are welcome.
I am going to order the ttl parts soon -- as I plan to also order USB
parts for another design idea.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Lee Hart" <leeahart at earthlink.net>
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Sent: Monday, September 18, 2006 3:39 PM
Subject: Re: [sebhc] Re: Great Idea for IDE MORE!! STATUS
> bill malcolm wrote:
> > I am designing a small PCB that will have an IDE connector.
> > I need to order the 5 TTL chips soon then I will build a proto PCB unit.
> Is this Mike Riley's circuit, which used a 74LS04, 74LS75, and 74LS32
> for an IDE/ATA interface, or something else? Let me know what chips you
> need, as I have tubes full of old TTL parts that I'd be glad to donate
> to the cause.
> I'm finding that one-by-one, all my old 5.25" disks and drives are
> dying. I need to find something else to replace them, or soon won't have
> any that still work on my H89/H8!
> Ring the bells that still can ring
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