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 PPIDEENABLE ​   .SET    TRUE              ; TRUE FOR PPIDE DEVICE SUPPORT PPIDEENABLE ​   .SET    TRUE              ; TRUE FOR PPIDE DEVICE SUPPORT
-PPIDEMODE ​     .SET    PPIDEMODE_DIO3 ​   ; PPIDEMODE_SBC, ​PPPIDEMODE_DIO3, PPIDEMODE_MFP+PPIDEMODE ​     .SET    PPIDEMODE_DIO3 ​   ; PPIDEMODE_SBC, ​PPIDEMODE_DIO3, PPIDEMODE_MFP
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 Use the FDISK80.COM utility in CP/M to setup your IDE drive. Use the FDISK80.COM utility in CP/M to setup your IDE drive.
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 +Example process for preparing an SD CARD to work in the DISKIO V3 or other PPIDE devices:
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 +  * A partition is not used for setting up a CP/M disks.
 +  * Each disk is called a slice and can be a maximum of 8Mb.
 +  * Space is reserved at the beginning of the card for up to 8 slices (disks)
 +  * Slices are not visible on windows/​linux
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 +  - Execute FDISK80, specifying the disk unit to be modified. Disk unit information is displayed at boot time.
 +  - I – command: wipe the old partition table.
 +  - R - Reserve 8 slices (disks)
 +  - G - Set geometry for SDCard, C:H:S -- sectors per head (track) = 16, C:H:S -- tracks (heads) per cylinder = 16
 +  - N - New partition: number = 1, start cyclinder = default (520), ​ Ending Cylinder = 8193
 +  - T - Partition number = 1, Type = 06
 +  - W - Write partition information to SDCard
 +  - Format partition 1 in a windows/​linux machine, or expand it or add new partitions.
 +  - Format slices (disks) using CLRDIR.COM
  
  
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