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Author Topic: AdSCSI Plus ST (1988? 1990?) by ICD  (Read 292 times)

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AdSCSI Plus ST (1988? 1990?) by ICD
« on: December 27, 2018, 07:22:12 PM »
also called the ICD Advantage ST Plus

http://www.icd.com/atari/
https://www.atarimagazines.com/startv2n3/megabytes.html
http://ataricomputers.altervista.org/ATARI_STf_STe_ICD_ADSCSI_PLUS_ST.htm
https://temlib.org/AtariForumWiki/index.php/ICD_PRO
https://archive.org/stream/ICD_AdSCSI_ST_Series_Owners_Manual_ST_Plus_ST_Micro_ST_SCSI_Host_Adaptors_1990/#mode/2up
circuit board was originally meant to be placed inside the atari SH204 or supradrive external hard drive for the atari st


more info:
http://scsi-hard-drive.com/vintage_atari_hard_drive_sh204_boot_disks_powers_up_seagate_st_225_sh_204_as_is.html
http://atari.8bitchip.info/ASThdFAQ.html
http://atari.8bitchip.info/astahds.html
max size partition might be 512mb,
but with the icd adscsi adapters you can have multiple 512mb partitions
up to 10-14 different 512mb partitions



if anyone has any info on a type of enclosure that i can buy to house this adapter aswell as a SCSI2SD ?? id appreciate any info... i might have to make my own??? 3d printing?
« Last Edit: February 08, 2019, 02:21:52 AM by chrisNova777 »