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FD-05HG-8861 pinout needed

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does anyone have some info on this 26 pin IDE connector for this FD-05HG-8861 floppy drive ?

Also, are there any jumpers one needs to be concerned with on this drive ?

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Here's a link to a document that contains the pin-out of the interface as well as other relevant data:

http://www.teac.com/DSPD/pdf/nfd0300a.pdf

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