yerzmyey wrote:So - the CF card adventures - Part II.
Yes, we connected the 4Gb card instead of HDD.
Yes, it worked after some time of format/configuration and so on.
No, it did NOT work together: CF and HDD.
wongck wrote:Did you set one of the IDE device to master & the other to slave?
My CF and DVD both can be set to slave and it works.
We found too late it works with small IDE ribbons only. And we didn't have a small ribbon for 2 drives.
Well, maybe next time.
Meanwhile we managed to fix the sound!!
So now I can try to make some multichannel stuff on Falcon, heh.
wongck wrote:Normally I would make the HDDriver cache as low as possible and make use of the MiNT cache as it suppose to be more efficient (ie not need to go down so low to fetch the data).
yerzmyey wrote:Erm. I would like to do that as the fornicating Sonoluminescence doesn't work now.
f*ck, that's really poo. If You find some time, pls write me some "idiot-guide". Thx!
DarkLord wrote:That's a great demo. I run it on my CTxx Falcon by booting up with everything off. I boot up with the
CTxx off, lo rez, holding down the button to bypass everything but HDDriver at bootup.
yerzmyey wrote:Yes, guys - I was watching it before, on HDDRIVER and a small original disk.
When we forced the CF card to work - the demo stopped working.
I see this (after pressing "any key") -
Illegal instruction at address $000721e
Illegal instruction at address $0007cc6
...and so on.
and then there are many colums of digits.
This is also in 4-colours mode, 320/200.
coze wrote:this reminded me of the "max transfer" issue we have with Amgia 1200's when we use a CF card on the internal IDE port. I wonder if it's a similar problem.
DarkLord wrote:Well, you've not lost it totally - play it from floppy.
Not only will it work, amaze them that so much code
got crammed onto one floppy disk.
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