RE: PC/Amiga->C64 xfer programs
Date: 2002-01-14 09:21:09

>Yesterday I assembled another prototype of the C2N232 device and created
>32-bit Microsoft Windows executables for the c2n and cbmlink transfer
>programs.  The former is needed to emulate standard cassette operations,
>and the latter is the replacement of prlink.  Since I don't know how to do
>low-level port I/O on systems like Windows 2000, I disabled the parallel
>cables from the Windows executable.

Perhaps a bit off topic, but...

I've been told that the "deviceio.sys" driver available of the net cures the
IO limitations imposed by Windows NT and Win2000. Has any one had any
experience with this? It was apprantly written back when NT4 was

It has been suggested as a solution for many Commodore transfer programs
which run happily in a DOS box under Win98, but not under Win2k.

- Nick


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