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'[PIC]: Interfacing a PIC with a hard drive'
2000\11\07@115431 by Matthieu Baraban

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Hello,

I would like to know if anybody has already managed to interface a hard
drive with a PIC (and maybe a hard drive controller). I would like to
"copy" Compact Flash cards to a hard drive.
Thanks,

Matt.

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2000\11\07@121047 by Andrew Kunz

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Matthieu,

Montana Design will be reviving the "PIC to IDE" contest that was sponsored a
while ago.  I haven't updated the web site (http://www.montanadesign.com) yet, but it
will be substantially identical to what was previously offered on the PIC list.
The big change is that the hard drive will be a 40 Gig one now, and I will make
available circuit boards (and schematic of course) to make it easier on the
contestants.

Andy

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2000\11\07@143459 by Tsvetan Usunov

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>Hello,
>
>I would like to know if anybody has already managed to interface a hard
>drive with a PIC (and maybe a hard drive controller). I would like to
>"copy" Compact Flash cards to a hard drive.
>Thanks,
>
>Matt.

Hi Matt,

check http://www.myplace.nu/mp3/
there is C source for HDD FAT32 interface with AVR

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2000\11\18@083600 by David Kott

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> Hello,
>
> I would like to know if anybody has already managed to interface a hard
> drive with a PIC (and maybe a hard drive controller). I would like to
> "copy" Compact Flash cards to a hard drive.
> Thanks,
>
> Matt.
>

Someone on the CCS User Exchange webboard said that they have done this.

http://ccsinfo.com/wwwboard/messages/2014.html

I haven't seen much in the way of actual source code.  Perhaps you might
review the board to see if you could scrounge some URLs.

-d

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