So the drive is working fine
I just misread "-8.1" as "stepper motor commanded to track -8, but it was going to 0 instead"
Correct meaning is kind of "stepper motor commanded to -8 (frontside), to read 0 on the backside"
same on the other end, 62.1
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- Sat Dec 15, 2018 8:02 pm
- Forum: Support
- Topic: Flippy-Mod Panasonic JU-475-3C08
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Hi, today I tried to mod a Panasonic JU-475-3C08 drive Mechanically it's the same as the JU-475-AKJ in the video here Worked out quite good - the head is free to go much lower And best of all: the drive is still working after cutting out thing's :) ) But the board is different (I'll attach pics of t...
- Thu Nov 15, 2018 7:28 pm
- Forum: Support
- Topic: Drives confirmed working with KryoFlux
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also my Teac FD-505 is working (looks as if there were different models of this drive, I attach some pics) maxtrack=81 on both 3,5" and 5,25" flippy mod seems not possible, as there is not enough room. manual flipped disks are not readable, as the drive will not spin up with the disk inserted revers...
Hi David, that's GREAT!! at first, I tried LIFTOOLS, but the exe is to old for my computer (currently, the WinXP setup is running in a VM - I'll try with this, too) But HPDIR it works on Win10 x64, too - even the Total Commander plugin (for this, the img-file extention has to be *.hpi, it will be tr...
Hi, i was trying to get the files out of the disk, with KF, the img file seems to be the right way if possible. Tried WinImage Demo, VirtualBox and some other tools I've found. I have no experience with lifutils and the teledisk format - just started to read about. Thanks for the tips! The HP86 is n...
Hi, i got my KF last week, and was already playing around with it and my old Teac-505 dual floppydrive. MS-DOS and Amiga 3,5" Disks are working great, C64 5,25" just singleside for now (no flippy modded drive - i trashed all my old pc drives some years ago :( ) I aso have some disks from an old Hewl...