I need to handle bulks of floppy disks where I have to archive their contents and then recycle them by formatting them for use on old Amiga/Atari/MS-DOS computers.
I currently have a 3.5" floppy disk drive mounted in my current computer thanks to a 34 pin to USB converter. But the converter can only handle 1.44MB floppy disks, which makes it impossible to read/write 720KB floppy disks.
I also have an old Acer computer with a floppy disk interface embed in the motherboard, but it sadly can handle only one floppy disk drive, which is unpractical to handle bulks. I could modify the floppy disk drive cable to switch between two drives but this seems highly unpractical and I could still handle only one drive at a time.
I'd like to know how I could build a computer that could handle reading/writing bulks of floppy disks at the same time (with more than two drives).