Re: floppy tape drives available
- --- In email@example.com, Kelly Leavitt <kelly@...>
> Tape drive that connects to the floppy interface. Made popular by
> Colorado, et al.Ahhh, now I understand. It was rather perplexing at first teehee.
Actually I'm not so sure my unit runs of the floppy. It could I guess.
Never studied it in detail. And my ATjr pooped the bed :(.
- There were drives that had the same protocols as a floppy but were
tapes. I have two or three of various ilks with documentation.
This was a way to have a 5/7.5 MB "floppy" for backups, etc. Tallgrass
was one of the early ones.
At Thursday, 2 February 2006, you wrote:
>what the h is a floppy tape drive? I have an old-- E N D --
>Colorado unit in my ATjr...it don't flop at all
>--- Kelly Leavitt <kelly@...> wrote:
>> I have a box full. Don't know which work, or which
>> don't. Some Colorado,
>> Exabyte, Connor, HP, others. 6 in all.
>> Free, just cover shipping from 07461 (Wantage, NJ)
>> if anyone has a need for
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