Author: Damion (184.108.40.206)
Date: 08-17-2022 15:08
I am concerned that my SCSI Clock is NOT quite right?
I fixed it myself and also when Rudolfe had my Falcon, he fixed it.
It did work fine, but I recently copied some stuff from the TT to the Falcon, by writing a CDROM on the TT this CDROM is in an EXternal SCSI Case, along with a Syquest 44MB and a 135MB Removable drives, plus a large IDE Connected through a SCSI adapter.
It all works great ( or I think it does ), but, when I then connected this stuff up to the Falcon. it all seemed to copy fine, but there was some corrupt data.
So, I am kind of thinking that the SCSI clock might be iffy.
I have of course checked the cables and they seem to be fine.
The TT cable and the Falcon cable are different of course, but I have spares.
Is there a simple way to actually test if the SCSI is working as it should be?
Is there a way to test the SCSI Clock?
Is there an easy way to test the SCSI Cables?
I have done the boring and laboriuos way of simply using a multimeter to test every pin on both sides, but on the Falcon, its a bloody awkward job.
Anything that you can offer to advise, I will be grateful.