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    I did mention the XTIDE, but perhaps it blew by the OP without his notice.

    It would be difficult to miss on this forum, in any case.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chuck(G) View Post
    I did mention the XTIDE, but perhaps it blew by the OP without his notice.

    It would be difficult to miss on this forum, in any case.
    I know about the XTIDE, unfortunately I do not have a soldering iron and I’m not paying $80 for a completed one.

    However thanks a lot for the clairification on the pins, useful information there.
    Last edited by Culbrelai; July 5th, 2018 at 05:50 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Culbrelai View Post
    ....What are the models of the IDE/floppy controllers you used?
    I have a couple of old controllers with no identification on them, Made in Taiwan i think, A couple of Diamond Flower cards with own socketed bios onboard, I just burnt a new eprom with the XUB and swapped out the onboard bios, I don't remember the model numbers of any of the ones i have, I did post some details of the cards i have or had some time back, As others have done too, Should be a few post's on the forum re: 16-bit IDE/Floppy controllers that work in an 8-bit slot.

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