I bought an NDISK 9GB from him for my ESI-32 this summer. He is very helpful and the shipping was fast. Installation was quick and easy. I took detailed pictures of every step of the installation. JD was going to use them in future editions of his ESI install guide, as this was obviously the first time someone had purchased the NDISK for ESI-32. I chose to replace the floppy drive, instead of making a mount for it over the mainboard which involves drilling additional holes in the casing. The ESI found the drive right away and formatted in an hour or so. Then I connected the SCSI cd drive and transfered my favourite banks to the HD. It works great and makes no noise. The ESI has certainly been given new life.braincandy wrote:Graham,
Already spoke with JD (very helpful and responsive on e-mails) earlier today and have a cd-rom on the way. I picked up one of the approved HD's on E-mu's list for cheap, too, so I'll be set when everything arrives. I might get a CF card reader later, but I'm nearly skint at the moment, so I just went with the HD for now. Cheers.
I'm happy to recommend his business to everyone who is looking for a disk drive solution for their sampler.