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Thanks for Digimaster, RobertB.
I've connected an older SD2IEC, but I fall asleep before the REU is fully loaded
Would be nice if there was a "Finished loading REU, press key to continue"-option.
There really should be a configuration option to use fast-serial with the REU... sorry about that, but I ran out of BASIC memory
How do you load the monster-size Nuvie videos into the Ultimate?
Oh can I ask one more question (after this one) ? When you use the older SD2IEC, does it say Using JiffyDOS when you start Media Player? If not, then it is using slow serial (which will take FOREVER).
MP128-HD.ZIP includes all of the above, but as raw files and subdirectories. This is for CMD-HD or SD2IEC devices. Might also work with 64HDD.
...I still have to mail you a SUX 6400 cart (which I should be able to do this week, now that another batch has been assembled).
Can you describe more how you tell the Ultimate to load the REU with a file? Is there some specific command you send on the serial bus or code to poke into the $df00 region
I looked at the mouse code, and I couldn't find any bugs... [...] So the other option is to remove the filter completly. Then the mouse will be like the GEOS 1531 driver -- it will dance around in one spot even when you're not moving it (except in VICE it would sit quietly because the noise is not emulated).
There is no software that runs on a Commodore for creating audio or video, unless you count Digimaster. It makes 8-bit audio files, but is limited to what will fit in C64 RAM. Which is to say, much less than 30 seconds of audio!
Which was a bummer because let me tell you how SLOW it is copying a 3.1MB file from uIEC to the CMD HD!
Tokra, could you post or provide a link to the test program you described that works well for you?
BLOAD"sprite80.m"BLOAD"maus.m"SYS 4864SYS 4867
JMP ($FFFE)PHA... irq code herePLARTI
JMP ($FFFE)PHATXAPHATYAPHALDA $FF00PHATSXLDA $105,XAND #$10BEQ irqJMP ($316)irq:JMP ($314)... irq code herePLASTA $FF00PLATAYPLATAXPLARTI
The CPU in the 1581 (and 1571) runs at 2MHz, does anyone know what speed the CPU in the CMD-HD runs at? It seems that may be a bottleneck, as it is hard to believe that a hard-drive would have slower seek/read times than a floppy.