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Old 20 February 2016, 11:38   #14
teppic
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I had this problem with my old Amiga drive. My IDE-USB enclosure didn't seem to support older drives, the drive would show up in Windows but I couldn't read from it. I used a cheap IDE-SATA converter from ebay instead, and was able to access the drive without a problem.

This wasn't a Windows or WinUAE problem - I booted into Linux and in the system messages saw that the USB enclosure simply couldn't understand the drive, even though it could see it.
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