I've got a SCSI2SD V5.2 board connected to the internal 50-pin SCSI connection of a Mac SE/30. The Mac cannot "see" it, in any configuration I've attempted. I have tried:
- Using the stock system 7.0 Apple HD SC Setup, and setting the config variables as (found here):
Set the vendor to the string ” SEAGATE” (yes, there is a single space in front of SEAGATE for a total of 8 characters) Set the product ID to the string ” ST225N” (10 spaces in front for a total of 16 characters) Set the revision to the string “1.0 ” (with a space after, for a total of 4 characters)
Using the "patched" 7.5.3 Apple HD SC Setup on a boot floppy, with the SCSI parameters as above, or as stock.
Imaging a full drive onto the SD card using
ddon my Mac, from the image as downloaded from here.
In no configuration does the Mac see the drive. It won't boot from it, it won't mount it when already booted, and no version of HD SC Setup can find it (always says "no suitable drive can be found..." etc). My voltmeter shows the +5V and +12V rails at the SCSI2HD power connector solder points, so it's certainly getting power OK.
This machine is otherwise working and notably, the original internal SCSI hard drive works correctly when it is connected.
Comments below have suggested that further fussing around with it may bear success. But at this point I'm literally not sure what other fussing I am even able to try. Happy for any thoughts. Thanks.