30145RE: [midatlanticretro] Hard drive "cloning" options
- Apr 11, 2013Wouldn't it be easier to just set up a laplink cable and trasfer the files
that way? It would likely be one or two switched lines and that's all
you'd need 25-pins on both ends. I have the laplink software for download
on my site.
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> From: "Kelly D. Leavitt" <kelly@...>use
> Sent: Thursday, April 11, 2013 12:11 PM
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> Subject: RE: [midatlanticretro] Hard drive "cloning" options
> Glitch Wrote:
> > If the 1000RL has an IDE slot, you can plug an XT-IDE board into it. I
> > all of my XT-IDE controllers with DOMs:XT-IDE
> > http://glitchwrks.com/2010/12/16/XTIDE/
> > Andrew Lynch should have some leftovers from the most recent run of
> > boards if you'd like to build one. If you don't want to build oneyourself,
> > I do offer them assembled + tested.built in XT mode IDE controller that I think can't be disabled. This
> The RL is a strange beastie. It does have 1 8 bit slot, it also has a
interface only works with one drive. The ST-351-A/X in XT mode.
>If not, the XT-IDE conflicts with the way the RL (and most 1000 series)
> If you want to use the XT-IDE you may have to upgrade the memory to 768K.
handles CGA. The CGA memory is part of DOS memory. It does not have
dedicated video RAM.
>is what I had to do to make the XT-IDE work in mine.
> I don't know if the newer XT-IDE boards or BIOS get around this, but that
>your junk pile.
> The memory upgrade is inexpensive and easy. 4 256kx4 DRAMS from Jameco or
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