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Offline Boot_WB

Re: Minimigs on UK Ebay, and check out the sticker on the mobo!
« Reply #30 on: September 26, 2007, 12:36:13 AM »
Using a scsi-pcmcia bridge (the MPL McDisk-E).
It provides 2 PCMCIA ports, allowing memory cards, compact flash, etc to be read (using a PCMCIA adapter), and claims to allow access to PCMCIA I/O cards too (although, since no Amiga drivers exist as yet, this is purely theoretical).
Works fine with memory cards though :-)
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Offline hardlink

Re: Minimigs on UK Ebay, and check out the sticker on the mobo!
« Reply #31 on: September 26, 2007, 03:10:50 PM »
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Boot_WB wrote:
Using a scsi-pcmcia bridge (the MPL McDisk-E)... Amiga drivers ... Works fine with memory cards though :-)


I have (somewhere) also a pcmcia box with a scsi interface, but I didn't know it would work on an Amiga. And I don't remember the brand. Where did you get the driver?
 

Offline AJCopland

Re: Minimigs on UK Ebay, and check out the sticker on the mobo!
« Reply #32 on: September 26, 2007, 07:22:53 PM »
I just got my board from Nusim today when I got home from work, excellent work! It's so pretty I almost DONT want to deface it by building it! :-D

Andy

Offline Boot_WB

Re: Minimigs on UK Ebay, and check out the sticker on the mobo!
« Reply #33 on: September 26, 2007, 09:45:16 PM »
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hardlink wrote:
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Boot_WB wrote:
Using a scsi-pcmcia bridge (the MPL McDisk-E)... Amiga drivers ... Works fine with memory cards though :-)


I have (somewhere) also a pcmcia box with a scsi interface, but I didn't know it would work on an Amiga. And I don't remember the brand. Where did you get the driver?


No driver required for this, the memory card is seen as a hard disk under hdtoolbox.
SCSI ID is set using jumpers on the board, and the unit uses standard scsi command set, so no drivers required.
Mac Mini G4 (1.5GHz, 64MB VRam, 1GB Ram): MorphOS 3.6
Powerbook 5.8 (15", 1.67GHz, 128MB VRam, 1GB Ram): MorphOS 3.8.

Windows-free since 2011-2014 (Damn you Netflix!)