First post, by waterbeesje

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Little background.
Recently I bought three random old looking hard disks. Pictures were low quality but it seemed like a nice set.
It turns out there's a WD 93028X, a miniscribe 8450XT and Seagate ST3250A.
Now the first two are XTA disks, so obviously I won't even try to attach them to a standard ATA controller. Spare myself the effort.

Now if like to make them readable (if working at all) so I was wondering if anybody came to the idea to build an XTA to ATA translator. Do I would be able to attach the disks to a Pentium it 486 just to test them. Did anyone try this?

Stuck at 10MHz...