Strider wrote:I just got mine some hours ago !
For the moment I tried it my a Corsair 512 MB SDCard but files created on my STE are automatically deleted when I refresh the window or reset the computer...
DrCoolZic wrote:If Dos/Windows compatibility is set then only one 1GB partition is allowed, but on an STE (TOS 1.6) the partition can’t be used as the limit is 256MB.
muguk wrote:It's like being on a deserted island, sending out lots of messages in bottles about how good SatanDisk is .. and then all these bottles float back onto the shore
Welcome aboard all SatanDisk-ers
Now when are they making the next batch ...
Strider wrote:DrCoolZic wrote:If Dos/Windows compatibility is set then only one 1GB partition is allowed, but on an STE (TOS 1.6) the partition can’t be used as the limit is 256MB.
On an STE the limitation is 512 MB with HDDriver. That's what I did at home and it works very well
2) Test with hddriver:
Test with 2GB SD Card: Here the first surprise was to find out that only 1 GB is recognized by hddriver??? Problem is probably similar to the 1GB limitation on SCSI disk –group 0 command?
Next question is "How to use this GB"? If Dos/Windows compatibility is set then only one 1GB partition is allowed, but on an STE (TOS 1.6) the partition can’t be used as the limit is 256MB. This implies that I had to use 4 x 256MB partition and set the first one as bootable. Works great on the Atari but I don’t see them on PC. Thanks to ppera I used drimg132 on pc to access any of the partition and transfer files. Works like a charm but unfortunately no drag and drop capability to copy/transfer!
DrCoolZic wrote:New test for having both SatanDisk and ICD adapter.
both connected and powered => does not work
One or the other powered => boot corectly from the powered device
2. Therefore look like a conflict somewhere. Actually as the ICD board uses the ACSI 00.00-07.00 it makes sense.
jens wrote:2. No, it does not make sense that way. The ICD board just provides scsi capabilities to the bus and uses scsi id 6 for the clock. The other id's are used by the devices you connect - nothing more. SatanDisk should definately work! If it doesn't I suspect it's the ICD board that messes things up.
DrCoolZic wrote:If you use HDDRIVER it differentiates the IDE, SCSI, and ACSI busses
All the drives connected to the ICD board are reported in on the ACSI bus and not on the SCSI bus!?!?
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