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'[OT]: Looking for a small flash IDE drive (reliabl'
2002\07\09@113154 by Micro Eng

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I can do a search myself on who makes them...what I need to know lies more
along the lines of who has used a particular device with high reliability
and success? Failure rate must be very low.  Presently I am not sure of what
size we need...just now looking for a manufacturer.

Anyone have some leads on this?



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2002\07\09@154654 by Micro Eng

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More info...."We are in need of a reliable IDE to flash
converter that can be plugged into the IDE bus. The media is not the
problem."

OK...anyone have a solution?
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2002\07\09@174951 by M. Adam Davis

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www.pcengines.com/
has a nice one that I use for compact flash cards:

http://www.pcengines.com/testordr.htm
http://www.pcengines.com/cfdisk5a.jpg

I've purchased dozens and haven't had a problem with the 20 I've put
into service.

-Adam

Micro Eng wrote:

> More info...."We are in need of a reliable IDE to flash
> converter that can be plugged into the IDE bus. The media is not the
> problem."
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> OK...anyone have a solution?
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>> more
>> along the lines of who has used a particular device with high
>> reliability
>> and success? Failure rate must be very low.  Presently I am not sure of
>> what
>> size we need...just now looking for a manufacturer.
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>> Anyone have some leads on this?
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2002\07\10@050557 by John Walshe

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If you are looking for a simple IDE to Flash interface, Elektor did one
earlier in the year (April I think). If you check their website
http://www.elektor.co.uk  and go to the downloads page you should find the PCB
prints if you want to make it yourself. As far as I remember the Flash cards
have an embedded ide interface so all you need to do is connect this to the
PC ide bus using the above circuit.

John

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