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Herb Johnson hjohnson at retrotechnology.info
Wed May 12 14:44:44 UTC 2021

>> "we need working 10 meg cartridge system
>> can you help?"

I got an inquiry of this sort recently. The person obtained a IoMEGA 
"Bernoulli" 10MB cartridge drive, previously for Apple/Macintosh use. 
The Bernoulli carts are flexible disk media in a black plastic 
cartridge. A predecessor of the IoMEGA 100MB/250MB ZIP carts and drives. 
None of these are "hard disks" literally, as I said they are flexible 
media. I have one of the 20MB drives and IBM PC ISA controllers and some 
media, described on my Web site. My colleague Caudle shows a model too 
in his post.

There also were, many hard-disk media small cartridge drives in the era. 
But "10MB" suggests Bernoulli, unless it's Diablo/Pertec/etc. 
minicomputer class disk-pack drives from the 1970's which is unlikely.

Regards, Herb Johnson

Herbert R. Johnson, New Jersey in the USA
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