My source file for connecting a PIC to an IDE disk is here: test.c
It is written/developed in Hi-Tech PICC. The Hi-Tech provided delay.c and delay.h are also
part of the project.
What it does:
|IDE INTERFACE PART||My Circuit|
|16 Bit Bidirectional data bus||PORTB ('IDE_DATA_LOW') and PORTC ('IDE_DATA_HIGH')|
|3 Bit Register Address bus||PORTE ('IDE_ADDR')|
|/WRITE||PORTC bit 0 ('IDE_WR')|
|/READ||PORTC bit 1 ('IDE_RD')|
|/CS0||PORTC bit 2 ('IDE_CS0')|
|/CS1||PORTC bit 3 ('IDE_CS1')|
|/RST||PORTC bit 4 ('IDE_RST')|
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