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Apple Microdrives used in old iPod products

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--- Quote from: LeonR on October 04, 2019, 09:48:10 pm ---have you checked the microSD interface converters to mini IDE? A lot of them work in TrueIDE mode, some even have jumpers that allow mode configuration.

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--- Quote from: legacy on September 30, 2019, 08:44:05 pm ---Microdrives can operate in several modes { PCMCIA, MemoryBlock, TrueIDE }

You have to wire a pin to Gnd to force TrueIDE, and I have already checked: the pin is grounded!

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--- Quote from: legacy on September 30, 2019, 08:44:05 pm ---I have already ordered qty=10 Hitachi Microdrive of 4Gbyte each.

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--- Quote from: Monkeh on October 04, 2019, 09:49:55 pm ---second-hand mechanical data deathtraps

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Brand new!

I did experiments on second hands units, then I found a retailer that stocks goods of a particular legacy type for sale, giving him the exact P/N the additional note, ~ "please skip OEMs, and please check if units have no Apple logo on the back, because if they have, I do not want them".

Those OEM with the Apple logo on the back are listed at half price. There is a reason for this, now we know why  :D


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