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Le 15/01/2014 17:08, Roger Burrows a écrit :
On 15 Jan 2014 at 9:43, Nicolas Pomarède wrote:
But on real HW, do you mean that if you set the timeout to 9 sec, then
bit 5 gets to 0 after 3 sec ?
When I say "set the timeout to N seconds", I mean "wait N seconds for bit 5 to
go to 0". As far as real hardware is concerned, the drives are correctly
detected as present or absent with the current timeout of 3 seconds.
Sorry for insisting, but too be very precise I have another wording/test :
On real HW, if you set timeout to 9 sec, disconnect drive A and wait for
bit 5 of ffffa01 to go to 0 :
- does bit 5 go to 0 before those 9 seconds ? And if so after how many
seconds (approximatively) ?
- does bit 5 always stays to 1, and the timeout expires after 9
seconds, indicating the fdc was not able to complete the restore command ?
Basically, if you set the timeout to 1 minute and disconnected both
drive on real HW, would it take 2x1 minutes for EmuTOS to consider the
drives are not available ?