[BBC-Micro] Harddisc fakery using a microcontroller - back ontopic - AVR, FPGA, & SD cards
kortink at inter.nl.net
Tue Dec 21 09:59:55 GMT 2010
On Tue, 21 Dec 2010 13:57:48 +1100, paul aslin
<station240 at hotmail.com> wrote:
>I kind of agree, I have need for sasi/MFM emulator instead, however....
>Actually a new 'incompatable' IDE bridge would have a use, as copying from A Winchester to IDE drive currently requires a 3rd file system in the middle.
>That is IDE->1mhz bus->[econet/CPFS/RAMfs/anything]->1mhz bus->SASI->MFM
>All because the IDE and original SASI versions of ADFS cannot co exist in the same machine*.
Exactly how often do you do that. Sounds like a very minor
inconvenience to me. Certainly not worthy of new hardware
E.g. if you use GoMMC as the 'depot', it's a pretty easy
(and very fast) switchover. And you have a backup at the
same time ... ;-)
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