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Thread: XT-IDE (Lo-Tech) and Error 1h!

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    Default XT-IDE (Lo-Tech) and Error 1h!

    I've googled and searched the forum.

    I have an XT-IDE card (Lo Tech) and get an error 1h! after the bios screen.

    Any ideas to what this means?

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    I changed the IDE cable to the centre connector and have full access to the disk.

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    I have the same issue. I'm trying to get one to work in a Cordata CS40 (XT - compatible) with no luck. The bios shows up and I can select my boot preference but never recognizes the CF card. Even purchased a card from a guy that makes these and ensures them working. Can't find much info on this computer but looks similar to the Leading Edge model M I think. I tried the card in all four slots. I have to use this solution as the HD is on it's way out. What do you mean by "changed the IDE cable to center connector", changing slots? I too have the XT-IDE from lotech and the adapter from texelect which works with the lotech card.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Topsock View Post
    I have the same issue. I'm trying to get one to work in a Cordata CS40 (XT - compatible) with no luck. The bios shows up and I can select my boot preference but never recognizes the CF card. Even purchased a card from a guy that makes these and ensures them working. Can't find much info on this computer but looks similar to the Leading Edge model M I think. I tried the card in all four slots. I have to use this solution as the HD is on it's way out. What do you mean by "changed the IDE cable to center connector", changing slots? I too have the XT-IDE from lotech and the adapter from texelect which works with the lotech card.
    On the cable the centre connector is the slave for the ide drive

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    Found my issue, was a jumper setting that i had no information on. Thought it was for the real time clock so never messed with it. I removed the jumper and boom all is good

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    Quote Originally Posted by fjk61011 View Post
    On the cable the centre connector is the slave for the ide drive
    Are you writing about 'cable select' operation, per [here] ?

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    No motherboard jumpers. Seems there are many different setups that did not follow ibm/xt standards.

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