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As can be seen in this video, the hard drive and floppy drive should have separate cables connecting them to the multi-I/O card. To connect your floppy emulator, you need a 34-wire cable with the appropriate connectors on either end. Connect one end to the emulator, the other to the controller card, and you should be good to go. Some (less old) cables for ...


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Did you try opening the drives up and giving them a good cleaning with isopropyl alcohol first? Sometimes the problems with old floppy drives is mechanical. Their step motors get stuck, or the lube on the screw drive dries out and the heads can't move. Make sure the heads are able to move with a little nudging. Clean them gently with a cotton swab. (Don't ...


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