Well, fudge - I was hoping it was just me, lol. Either way, having HD20 access on a Classic or SE (even if limited to one "volume") is still incredibly valuable. I can't express how grateful I am that you got this running to where it is. With the FloppyEmu potentially no longer being available in the near future, this will help fill a decent sized gap for storage on older Macs.I did not. Just tested.
Wow, you weren't kidding - Jan 2023 is the expected in-stock date at Mouser for the one I ordered originally. Glad I bought a few just in case I fried one.Bad news on that score, PIC16F1825s don't seem to be a whole lot easier to find... these supply chain issues are hitting everything.
NO idea if this is at all related... but saw this post in another thread...this is where we are - multiple partitions and chaining on the 512ke and Plus, one partition only on everything else (so far).
I'm not as familiar with the particulars as some, but the long and the short of it is "partition tables". SCSI devices have them, but DCDs don't - they're more or less treated as really big floppy disks, hence why TashTwenty needs to be the one to parse the partition table.NO idea if this is at all related... but saw this post in another thread...
Yup, it's pin-compatible, so it will work on every PCB design that the PIC16F1825 does with no changes necessary beyond popping the chip out and replacing it. (Assuming, of course, that you've installed a socket, which you should.)Would the PIC16F1704 work with your first pcb-design, shown on the first pages of this thread?