rian_ata wrote:Some remarks to your post:
1) TOS 2.06 (as any other TOS version) does not have routines to boot up a harddisk without any installed seperate driver.
2) To get a CDRom drive up and running you need additional drivers, for instance SPIN.
3) If you want to run two IDE parts of an IDE interface mind the cable length! Also the Atari doesn't know Master & Slave config, so you would need to do some cable select on your config to get a reliable setup.
For an IDE driver package you should be able to use the Atari AHDI 6.0.6 package (the latest version IIRC).
Shredder11 wrote:[size=150]I've had this IDE interface for about six weeks now and was informed by the person I bought it from, that it was the TUS IDEal model. After finally finding a little more info on the web, most of the photos or info are beginning to make me wonder if mine really is the TUS IDEal. As far as I now know, the IDEal came in two forms, one with integrated TOS 2.06 ROMs and the other with a clock (RTC?) which mine does not have as the time always needs setting. Also my TOS 2.06 ROMs are installed in the usual sockets on the motherboard. Can anyone here recognise my IDE interface from the photos I have included below?
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