Since the Pentium (the first ones) era all the motherboard I've used only had one floppy I/O controller (and two IDE controllers and lately 2-8 SATA).
I'm currently building a vintage PC and I want to install a CD/DVD-ROM, a 3.5 floppy and a 5.25 floppy drive. The motherboard I'm using is no different, one floppy controller and two IDE controllers.
I know that with two IDE controllers you can hook up to four IDE drives (HDDs and/or CD-ROM drives) but what about floppy drives? Can I hook up a 3.25 floppy and a 5.25 floppy on the same floppy I/O controller? I know I must get an old big flat wire that will have both connectors type on it, but will it work toogether?
If it's impossible to do, do you know if a floppy/IDE/SCSI I/O controller (must at least support floppy) exists in the PCI format (all my ISA slots are used in this PC) and where I can get one (searched eBay without success)?