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x68000:internal_hard_drive [2008/10/21 09:51]
computolio
x68000:internal_hard_drive [2009/07/28 20:06]
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 Every model of X68000 (except the original and Compact models) was designed to take an internal hard drive. The internal connector differs between the SASI and SCSI models, but the basic installation is the same. If you have a replacement power supply that sticks into the hard drive bay, you can still install a hard drive in the other half of the case. It'll be very cramped though, and you may want to invest in a solid-state setup. Every model of X68000 (except the original and Compact models) was designed to take an internal hard drive. The internal connector differs between the SASI and SCSI models, but the basic installation is the same. If you have a replacement power supply that sticks into the hard drive bay, you can still install a hard drive in the other half of the case. It'll be very cramped though, and you may want to invest in a solid-state setup.
  
-If you don't already have an internal HD cable, you'll need to make one. The cable is a daisy-chain ​cable with two 20(or 26)-pin connectors at one end, a 50-pin connector at the other, and a small LED connector cable coming off the end of the 50-pin connector+If you don't already have an internal HD cable, you'll need to make one. The cable has a daisy-chain ​arrangement ​with two 20(or 26)-pin connectors at one end, a 50-pin connector at the other, and a small LED connector cable. ​
  
 The distance between the two smaller connectors should be about 14CM, and the rest should be as long as you think it needs to be. The first smaller connector goes into the motherboard,​ the second goes into the external SCSI connector board, and the 50-pin connector goes to the hard drive. The LED connector of course goes to the hard drive'​s LED header. ​ The distance between the two smaller connectors should be about 14CM, and the rest should be as long as you think it needs to be. The first smaller connector goes into the motherboard,​ the second goes into the external SCSI connector board, and the 50-pin connector goes to the hard drive. The LED connector of course goes to the hard drive'​s LED header. ​
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 You'll really need to install the SxSI driver if you want to use a SCSI drive on the SASI bus. It is believed that there are drives out there that will work without it, but they'​re certain to be very old, increasingly difficult to find and very small. You'll really need to install the SxSI driver if you want to use a SCSI drive on the SASI bus. It is believed that there are drives out there that will work without it, but they'​re certain to be very old, increasingly difficult to find and very small.
 
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