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By Guillian

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01-07-2007, 11:00


Question interesting. And what COMMAND2.COM there should be any especial?

The original COMMAND2.COM doesn't support FAT16, so it doesn't correctly calculate the available free space.

By caro

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02-07-2007, 08:48

Caro> A command2.com and msxdos2.sys needed for using fat16 is included on the CD.How it to receive?

By [D-Tail]

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02-07-2007, 10:33

Guillian: you wrote a patch for that, right?

By Guillian

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02-07-2007, 14:04

Yep, Okei and me wrote a patch to fix the free disk space available. You can download it from Okei's Homepage (FAT16 Patch download -> PATCHCOM)

By caro

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02-07-2007, 20:39

Yep, Okei and me wrote a patch to fix the free disk space available. You can download it from Okei's Homepage (FAT16 Patch download -> PATCHCOM) Thanks, work.

By Ada

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18-12-2007, 10:18

So, how to load a standard ROM into the machine? I mean a 16Kb or 32Kb ROM. Should I use MGLOAD or ROMLOAD? Thanks! Smile

By multi

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18-12-2007, 10:32

MGLOAD (or i personally use NGLOAD, dunno whats the difference) works great on all rom files i have tested. Especially note worthy is that it works well with konami SCC megaroms too!

By Ada

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22-12-2007, 10:16

Thanks! Smile One more question: which is the difference between selecting the SD drive as a floppy emulation or not? I mean, which one should I use if I want to use the EP command? If I choose the MegaSCSI option, how can I use it? Thanks in advance! Tongue

By multi

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22-12-2007, 10:28

I never used the EP command, so i can't help you much there. All i know is that you can use the SD as an harddisk, so it can contain a lot more then only 1 floppy. I didn't tinker with floppy images, because usually the software running from a floppy also runs directly from the SD card (without floppy emulation that is).

By Ada

Resident (49)

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22-12-2007, 15:49

Thanks, so I could use DOS2 to create directories that contain the programs, and run them using the .bas loaders? If so, that's preferable to a FD emulation, as you say Smile

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