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Qume 842 8″ floppy drive with a RC2014 Z80 retrocomputer

Posted on Saturday, January 7th, 2017 in hacks by DP

Dr. Scott Baker writes, “In this video, I try out some Qume 8 inch floppy drives that I bought on eBay. I interface them to a WD37C65 controller on my Z80 CP/M computer and I format the disks and read/write some files to them.”

More details at Dr. Scott M. Baker’s blog.

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