From: Nicolas Welte (no_spam_at_x1541.de)
Date: 2005-03-08 19:52:20
Jordi Delgado wrote: > - What about the following system: > Program for the CBM 8296 in the PC -> program in a tape image (such that > this tape image format corresponds to some format readable in a 8296) ->(*) > (*)-> Tape image in .wav format that can be recorded in a real tape -> > -> program in the 8296 from tape. > Is this possible? What software could be used in the (*) step? This should be possible, but tape transfer via WAV files and audio tape decks often gives cause to transfer errors. A direct connection of a C2N compatible drive to the PC will give better results. Look on sta.c64.org for the X1531 cable and the programs that support it (especially PTAP). Usually I recommend cbmlink and the C2N232 device for PC-CBM tranfers. The C2N232 device is currently sold out and will be available again in one or two months. Until then, you could build a PC64 cable, which also works well in non-NT/2k/XP/2k3 operating systems. Nicolas -- -> My Commodore hardware projects and the X1541 Shop at http://x1541.de <- Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list
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