Anders Carlsson wrote: > I'll see if I get a chance to try the VIC setup. Long story short: VIC-20 + C2N232 works OK with a 1541 connected. With the IEEE cartridge however, it is unable to communicate with the drive on that bus and locks up the system. I seem to remember this from before, and perhaps it is due to the C2N232 server doesn't recognize the 3rd party IEEE cartridge routines? Unfortunately I don't own any petSD, xs1541 or even a ZoomFloppy. Since my IEEE target to backup is a rather non-standard Corvus hard drive, I'm unsure which solution would work the best. I have a few more ideas: 1. Try the PET version of CBM-Command and copy one D64 worth at a time (about 36 disk swaps for a full 6 MB) 2. See if I can solder up a PC64 cable and if that protocol works better with cbmlink on the 4032 3. Borrow a 8032 from a friend and use C2N232 as I found it to be working before 4. Get some more hardware (see above), I just need to determine which option to try At least no additional hardware seems to have broken down tonight, which always is a good thing... Best regards Anders Carlsson Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing listReceived on 2012-10-15 22:00:34
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