On 2/26/23 16:42, Chris Zach via cctalk wrote:
So after finally getting things going I started copying the Pro/380 OS
files to a bunch of 1.2mb floppies. Great. However after a bit I started
getting errors, and found that the disks were getting gouges in the
tracks. Sure enough disassembly of my 1.2mb Teac showed that debris had
become embedded in the disk head and cleaning is not possible.
Terrific. Tossing the drive, this is not the first time I have had this
problem with these disks so I am dumpstering all of the old floppies and
just bought 40 new ones in sealed boxes.
However I'm now in need of a 1.2mb floppy drive. Anyone have a good
working spare that I can beg/borrow/buy in the MD area?
I thought the Pro 300 series used RX-50 drives; i.e. 400K 96 tpi DD
media. So even with your 5.25" HD drive, you should be using DD
You can also use a 3.5" drive running in DD mode.