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Special useage fujitsu m2537m-19B

Hi there, I need to know the jumper settings, and the correct way to install a connecting wire from a fujitsu m2537m-19B to a data acquisition card. The Ribbon cable and the power harness are hooked up in the usual way, but there are two wires, black and white, that need to be connected to the floppy. Here's where they're approximately supposed to go, but I'm pretty sure that someone has played with them a bit, since the ribbon cable was on backward.

st2
x x 3
x x 2 DS
DG .o o o o 1
RY o o o o 0


The o's represent pins, the x's are bare solder spots with no pins, and of course 0,1,2,3 are pin designations that must have some meaningful purpose! This cluster of pins, etc is right next to the power connector. The pin in row DG, marked "~" traces back to pin 34 on the connector for the Ribbon cable. The pins in the second column of rows DG and RY trace back into the main part of the unit, and the left pins in DS, o0, o1, o2, o3, and the right o3, all trace back behind the floppy connector between pins 10 and 20, where they meet up with a bunch of little resistors marked 102. I know this is a big hassle over a stupid floppy drive, but it is for a smog machine and must be booted from the floppy. I've tried other drives but they don't work because of the proprietary nature of the machine. !!!!!!!!!!!!!! By the way I'm assuming that this is a 1.44 mb drive. Thanks a million.

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MalcolmCal.: 1.44MB 3.5" Floppy Drive
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Positions: DS 0123 + DG RC ST2
Both use Jumpers: 1-1 + 1-1
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KISS: (Keep it Simple)

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