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SSL Computer Crashing

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pbenja:
I didn't realize the drive reverse worked on the 3.5" drive as well!. I just tried cleaning the drives but didn't get a chance to test it again!
Thanks

pbenja:
Does the drive reverse button work on the 3.5" drives?
Thanks

ssltech:
I'm pretty sure it does... it'd be a simple matter to confirm, since if the computer boots from the program disk in the other location, that'd be a pretty good confirmation.

Keith

pbenja:
Does anyone know the 3.5" drive model number?
Thanks

Pete

sodderboy:
That is the TEAC Unobtanium Model 4.
It used a TEAC drive that was jumper configurable to different formats.  The same drive is used in the AKAI S900 and S1000 by the way.  You had to slice the key off the connector to reverse it but it worked.
TEAC still made the drive, as of 7 years ago, but the jumpers were changed to SMD zero ohm resistors and there was no real documentation for either.  I tried for a few weeks to engineer the jumpers for SSL and AKAI but it was a bust.
Mike

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