That's kind of what I thought, there may not even be any code in the firmware to look at the switches either then. There's a PDD2 on eBay, I might try and get so I can do some reverse engineering.




On 8/8/2017 7:31 PM, John R. Hogerhuis wrote:
Not that you can see from the outside, anyway.

There's a little plastic cover where the DIP switches would be on a TPDD-1. If you take it off, you just see RF shielding.

Haven't had the whole unit apart though, who knows... might be DIP switches in there, or maybe an unpopulated area of the board.

On Tue, Aug 8, 2017 at 4:19 PM, <biggran...@tds.net <mailto:biggran...@tds.net>> wrote:

    Quick question, does the PDD2 have dip switches under it like the
    PDD1?

    The PDD2 Operation Manual (26-3814) does not mention dip switches,
    but in the schematic in appendix B it shows an outlined dip switch.

    I'm just wondering because it may be possible to put the drive
    into INIT mode and use the same trick that I used to dump the PDD1
    firmware for the PDD2.




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