I cannot use the new Kryoflux GUI because there seems to be an error with drive communication. I've got a TEAC FD-235HF (year: 2008) that stands on the list of supported drives but Kryoflux cannot calibrate the drive. The output from console is:
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G:\kryoflux_2.0b11r2_windows\dtc>dtc -c2 -l15 v1.4 Nov 10 2004 14:49:33 000003ab: status=0 000003bf: status=0 000003d3: reset=0 000003e7: info=1, name=KryoFlux DiskSystem, version=2.10n, date=Mar 23 2012, tim e=00:46:25 000003fb: info=2, hwid=1, hwrv=1, sck=24027428.5714285, ick=3003428.5714285625, wb=32768, wa=64, wq=8, wt=65535 00000423: device=0 00000885: density=0 00000899: min_track=0 000008ad: max_track=83 000008c1: motor=1 00000c42: side=1 00000c57: track=0 00000c6b: motor=1 00000c7f: side=1 00000c93: track=0 00000ca7: motor=1 00000cbb: side=1 00000ccf: track=39 00000dc5: motor=1 00000dd9: side=1 00000ded: track=65535 00000ec2: motor=1 00000ed6: side=1 00000eea: track=0 Control command rejected by the device CM: maxtrack=0 00000f6a: motor=0 G:\kryoflux_2.0b11r2_windows\dtc>
Is there anything wrong with my connections? I connected the PC's USB slot with the Kryoflux, the Kryoflux with the 3.5'' disk drive and the disk drive with the power supply unit - and this one with the power strip. The disk select jumpers are both in the middle (1 drive setup), no other moveable pieces are plugged in anywhere. I've got one of the first load of Kryofluxes (November 2010).