Author Topic: Is there an OS9 utility to format (SCSI) drives in FAT16?  (Read 1926 times)

Offline IDidMyTimeOnOS9

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Is there an OS9 utility to format (SCSI) drives in FAT16?
« on: March 11, 2016, 08:41:37 AM »
I know it will be a pain to attempt this in OS9 but I have no SCSI on any computer with OS X.

This is so that the HDD of my Kurzweil K2000 will readable by both, Mac and sampler.
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Re: Is there an OS9 utility to format (SCSI) drives in FAT16?
« Reply #1 on: July 08, 2019, 01:56:25 AM »
FYI  There is a SD2SCSI for Kurzweil K2xxx on ebay it use a SD Card and it hooks up to SCSI in The Kurz.....

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Re: Is there an OS9 utility to format (SCSI) drives in FAT16?
« Reply #2 on: July 10, 2019, 03:56:56 AM »
Thank you for your reply! ;D
In the three years since posting I have purchased multiple SCSI2SD units for my samplers even though in the Kurzweil I still use a SCSI to CF adapter. For anyone interested in this the internal drives of the Kurzweil show up on the Mac Desktop when connected via SCSI. Pretty neat but I could not transfer internal ROM samples to Bias Peak without the samples becoming corrupted.
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