Re: Error After Netinstall
Posted by tomasg on 2012/5/26 0:26:46
I said nothing about a 34-pin anything. I specifically stated 40-60-pins. Since I didn't actually count I wasn't aware that it was 68-pins.
The Toshiba SD-C2402 uses a 50-Pin ATAPI IDE Stanard as they call it.http://storage.toshiba.com/techdocs/SD-C2402userguide.pdf
I have one in my hand and it requires a PAE adapter. It plugs into the floppy drive cable just like the Teac CD224E that comes with the PAE adapter already attached in the Supermicro assembly.
Getting off topic for the subject of this thread.
Every IDE/PATA CD/DVD I have ever seen uses a standard 40-pin connector with either a 40 or 80-conductor cable, and a separate 4-pin power connector, and it looks nothing like SATA. Current SATA CD/DVD drives use the same signal and power cables as SATA hard drives, although some may also have the large 4-pin power plug. Some slimline CD-ROMS use a 68-pin connector, but I am unaware of any that use the ancient 34-pin floppy connector. If you know of such a beast, a reference link would be appreciated.
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