PaulB wrote:A quad TOS switcher is a great idea. Compatible to every game ever made for the ST series.
SD or CF in my opinion is more a personal choice but with me, I'm happy using a 6gb 2.5" hard drive that makes hardly any noise. People haven't been using them with Atari's that long but I can't help but wonder about the long term complications with solid state rewritable media.
An easy way (as in just plug it in) to upgrade to 14mb would be great too.
ppera wrote:Are there TOS 1.xx versions relocated to run from address $E00000 ? Cos' we have ROM at that address in STE - otherwise additional electronic is required to map ROM on $FC0000.
PaulB wrote:With SD I've heard that they are good for 1000 writes. As no-one has had their Satandisk for too long, who knows what problems may arise next year when their SD cards are older and well used. I think CF is better. As you say, it is IDE compatible pin for pin but as it's early days yet no-one knows what the long-term problems may be as no-one has used them long-term yet.
Zenichiro wrote:Would it be possible to use a floptical drive as an alternative to a High-density floppy? Would there be any way to make this accessible as drive A?
beeka wrote:PaulB wrote:With SD I've heard that they are good for 1000 writes. As no-one has had their Satandisk for too long, who knows what problems may arise next year when their SD cards are older and well used...
I thought 1000 writes was for media like CD-RW and that flash was several orders of magnatude higher.
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