abadambrown wrote:it is a computer hardware components.For a change a ST FLOPPY soldering, wiring and test !BUT remember that this hack is not there to provide a SECOND drive to the STx but instead replace the A: one !
By the another way, I don't use the any other solution anymore but another one that I find out easiest and that avoid a GAL to be burned. I also get that it is very easiest way for changing a floppy.
sorry what i posted was to add two drives a,b to any atari stx tt or falcon
in the same ish space as one drive reusing a daft amstrad 286 brick laptop from 1993
to replace the A drive you just plug any one in and change the header as above
and before posts
why change the drive you can use ANY pc drive
however your far better to use pc floppys made around 1995 - 1998
for all types of disks to be fully supported
as the head size changes and most floppy drives massproduced since 2000 are only HD complient
and dont fully deep write floppies
look for old 486 and p1 take the floppy
any old case etc around the street