stust wrote:Thanks for clarification orion_
Then how about the SD Memory Card to IDE 43-PIN Hard Disk Adapter inside the machine and the SD FB HXC Rev F floppy emulator where the floppy drive is, for transfer. That to me seems a cool solution to go for.
Orion_ wrote:First of all, the HxC is a floppy emulator, so it won't be able to act as a harddrive (you have an utility program that can do that, but it's very slow and limited, and cannot act as a file exchange from PC), and it is pointless to have a fast SD card, because the floppy drive is slow.
Orion_ wrote:So, either 2 SD/CF card, one bootable, and one for exchanging data. You will need one of the latest version of HDDriver to do that.
Orion_ wrote:From what I understand, you cannot have the boot drive readable by your PC computer. It's what everyone wants, a single SD/CF card that can be bootable on the Falcon and readable on the PC, but I never managed to get that working, and I have been told it's not achievable.
alexh wrote:I would strongly suggest ditching / putting aside the HXC Rev F and getting a 44-pin IDE->SD adapter
https://www.dx.com/p/sd-memory-card-to- ... 7NVh3v0lEZ
stust wrote:still i would not know how to format the card to make it accecable on both atari and fat
alexh wrote:I have a HXC Rev F but I never considered putting it in a Falcon030, because they have an integrated 2.5" 44-pin IDE interface and almost all tools/games can be installed to HDD I got an IDE->SD card adapter and pre-installed all my games/demos/tools/OS using a PC.
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