I’m afraid I’m more of a monkey see, monkey do approach, instead of real knowledge of how this works. The circuit board, the jumper wire resister and solder blob for DS0 all check out fine Be respectful, keep it civil and stay on topic. Storage by Rick Broida Oct 24, Same link should work, if not I will try to make one that does. I think I leave it as is, for the moment at least.
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Sony Mpf920-e Internal Floppy Drive 9803 E/131 With Screws
Newegg keeps the Black Friday spirit alive with more deals for Cyber Monday. Will try to redo some of it tomorrow if I have the time. I changed the motherboard using mpf20 guide http: Large drive for a low price Large drive for a low price by Dong Ngo.
kpf920 Find More Posts by Grega. Last edited by Jope; 15 October at Will take a picture a bit later and post it. Modifying PC floppy drives for Amiga use.
Sony MPF-920 – Floppy disk drive – Floppy – internal
Could you provide some good shots of the jumper area and all of the circuit board underneath please? On PC it sometimes didn’t read the disk I inserted. Ready would need some probing around on the board. I think I have some Sony floppies, I’ll have to check how they look and maybe mod one.
Sony MPFE E/ modified to work with the Amiga
So will come back to it when glasses has arrived. I did everything as in above tut, removed solder blob from DS1 spot, added new one on DS0 spot, soldered wire from IC pin 5 to floppy pin 2 and soldered wire from rdy spot to floppy pin Here is the link I promised earlier: Last edited by Jope; 16 October at Find More Posts by Akira. Thanks for the link, but the version I have don’t have the jumpers between the motor and power.
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Storage by Rick Broida Oct 24, T1 and T2 work fine but the T4 forget it. S is a P12 there, but the 14 solder joints that has one of the wires attached to it is not here on my version. Fast, incredibly portable data storage — with one missing piece Fast, incredibly portable data storage — with one missing piece by Dong Ngo.
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Ok, DS0 is easy to achieve, remove the short circuit block JP1 and add a three pin header to the area below it, then you can toggle it between DS0 and DS1 with a regular jumper cap.
If you cut the link it won’t be connected to anything Maybe that’s the problem? I posted a thread over here about it: Problem is that while it read and writes, as far as I have been testing it, addittional floppys DF1-Df3 appears as faulty, when there isn’t any other floppy drives connceted to the Amiga.
That’s what I meant by “motherboard fix” Sorry if that wasn’t clear. Not sure what struck low means, but have looked over it, and din’t see anyting mpf902.
Any help would be appreciated.