Le 26 févr. 06, à 21:31, Guido Deiana a écrit :

On Sun, 26 Feb 2006 21:20:52 +0100, Jerome Vernet wrote
I have two IO card, both tested with same behavior. I have in fact two
back plane with CPU, IO and mem, same thing :( :(

It all for today, I will bring the Lisa back to my stock for a long

Hi Jerome,
I've had the same problems with the Lisa internal connectors oxided.
The drive began to read for 1 second and after the floppy (tested working!) is ejected. Testing with a second complete (tested working) cards cage I've got the same results. Only after to have well cleaned the female connectors (these present internally on the Lisa case) with Sidol and a Dry Antioxidant Spray the floppy drive has began to works

It may help, yes. I will try to check the connection between the Lite Adapter and the disk (tested with 2 different cable, connector on the Lite seems to be clean).

Then, the ribbon between the board and the lite adapter: where this cable is connected to the mainboard? How I can remove it ?


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