.dsk, Quadra 605 and a IIe Card

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Can I use the Quadra and the IIe card to create 5.25" disks from a .dsk file?

-Funk

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Do you have a 5-1/4" drive to

Do you have a 5-1/4" drive to plug into the IIe card? The answer will be the same. Smile Also see this: http://www.applefritter.com/node/9479

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There was an AE drive for the

There was an AE drive for the LC IIe card at one of the local shops, NIB. If there's any interest I can go by and see if it's still there.

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I have a a couple of 5.25 drives

I have a a couple of 5.25 drives. 2 Disk ]['s for the IIe and a 5.25 for the GS, along with a 3.5 for the GS.

Tell me more about the AE drive for the IIe card, please.

-Funk

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All I know is that it is an e

All I know is that it is an external 5.25" drive, much like a typical beige drive of the era. The packaging had several different models/types on it and it was marked for the LC IIe card model.

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Do you have the cable?

I understand the IIe card comes with a Y-cable that you need to connect to external drives. Do you (still) have one?

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Yes

I have the Y cable. I picked up the card and cable NIB a couple of years back.