Jared wrote:I realize it's probably too old for PC-3000 UDMA to even support it.
Jared wrote:And, I'm betting that it's a CHS drive rather than LBA.
Jared wrote:Anyone know an easy way to interface this old dinosaur with a modern PC at least?
it has become possible to choose SATA mode (SATA-I/SATA-II) and PIO Mode (0..4) for PC-3000 Express & UDMA-E boards. This feature is helpful for working with old HDDs that may work unstable in the SATA compatibility mode or may fail to support the PIO4 mode
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