exxos wrote::o That will be a nightmare to fault find, whats the board over the CPU ?
spiny wrote:is that a mod for three floppy drives ?
siriushardware wrote:Actually, I would suggest not touching anything until the operation of the power supply (or not) has been verified.
If it was put away working then, as horrible as it looks, everything should still be correct. I would focus on verifying the operation of the power supply / repairing or replacing it if it is not working, first, before trying to undo any mods.
kolli wrote:spiny wrote:is that a mod for three floppy drives ?
It's a "multiboard", which was sold with that Lighthouse tower case. 3 floppy drives could be connected, with 2 of them switchable. In my system only 2 where connected, a HD drive as floppy A and the original atari 720 k drive as floppy B.
siriushardware wrote:Catmando, what makes you say that?
There's no reason why a correctly connected ATX PSU should damage an ST.. the only caveat being that the ST needs to be checked for shorts on the 12V-Gnd and 5V-Gnd paths -before- connection, because ATX PSUs can source so much current that they would probably try to maintain their output into a near dead short, especially on the 5V rail.
Doing pre-connection checks and if possible Inserting inline fuses into the +12V and +5V feeds from the ATX PSU would address that potential problem.
siriushardware wrote:Yes there's no reason why an ATX power supply can't be made to work, but my point is it just adds another ingredient to the cake when you don't know if the recipe you have works in the first place.
Users browsing this forum: No registered users and 12 guests