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I sent a message about this to Kyle tonight, as he and I go way back (over 25 years now). I'll soon see how he responds. . .

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On 1/20/2021 at 1:35 AM, BeeryMiller said:

I guess its unlikely this daughterboard replacement is available anywhere???

 

Beery

Without the coding of the component it is useless

 

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SCSI2SD 5.0a and 5.0b, and just picked up a 6.0 rev d for testing purposes.

Main system uses EZ135 cartridges, slowly getting comfortable using the SD.  The main benefit with EZ135 is I can back up and read with PC as an image that I can use with TIMT or TI99Dir; I haven't figured out how to read/write the individual partitions to/from the SD.  (I can back up the entire SD but that doesn't help me with the TI partitions)

 

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Here, SCSI2SD 5.0a.

 

In Linux, I am using dd to dump the complete SD card to an image file, and vice versa. This is perfectly working for me, but I am using only a single partition.

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Got the newest SCSI2SD V6.  Actually two of them but one SCSi card as I thought I had a V5 and the V6 features interested me.  Anyway, it got me to move it over the SCSI card from the TI to the Geneve.

 

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I currently have SCSI2SD V5.0 with my SCSI card and used on the Geneve.

 

 

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Kyle got back to me yesterday. He is in the process of digging his WHT items out of storage to determine what he has left on hand. I also pointed him here in the hope he would join up with us.

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I'm using a v5.0b, with a 1GB SD card. Had heard about creating more than one drive on the sd, just redownloaded the scsi2sd utility and created 4 256MB drives on the card. Du2k and DM2k sees them all. Cool.

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I'm not sure how the partitions are organized on the SD card. But the advantage of a single partition is that you can easily dump the contents on your PC drive and upload it back again, and you can work on that dump with TIImageTool.

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I am attempting to update a SCSI rev "G" card that had the capacitors removed from the regulator/cap circuit C1,C2,C3,C4.

 

Does someone know the part specs for the caps as-built? 

 

A picture might also do the trick if someone with a rev "G" SCSI card could take a clear picture of the front of the board, and a clear close-up picture of the corner where the regulators and capacitors are installed, that would be most appreciated. :)

 

 

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I sold most of my cards to Arcadeshopper including my SCSI card.

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On 8/27/2021 at 3:13 PM, InsaneMultitasker said:

I am attempting to update a SCSI rev "G" card that had the capacitors removed from the regulator/cap circuit C1,C2,C3,C4.

 

Does someone know the part specs for the caps as-built? 

 

A picture might also do the trick if someone with a rev "G" SCSI card could take a clear picture of the front of the board, and a clear close-up picture of the corner where the regulators and capacitors are installed, that would be most appreciated. :)

 

 

I thought I had Rev G, but mine is Rev F

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