The memory mode setting is needed because the Lynx have different methodes to access the ROMs.
All you need to know is:
For Atari-Released games:
128K -> 128K
256K -> 256K/BLL
512K -> 512K
For all releases with use the BLL-Loader (most homebrew) -> 256K/BLL even if the file is much smaller!
If a Homebrew needs more memory than 256k, it is possible to use the 512k-BLL mode. (simple Bankswitching)
The difference between the setting "lnx" and "bin/lyx" is that the "lnx" files have 64Bytes more at the beginning. This 64Bytes are not part of the game. The FlashCard cut this 64Bytes.
In most of the case the 115200 Baud should work. 1 user report me that he could use max 57600, but he used a demo version of Win 7.
Mark Wolfe, on Sun Dec 12, 2010 1:59 PM, said:
I think it is V1270011?
It is the serial number of your FlashCard. V127 indicates the Hardware version, the 0011 is the serial number. I ignore the Hardware version an count up with no break for it.
Mark Wolfe, on Sun Dec 12, 2010 2:26 PM, said:
The file size on battlewheels is 132kb there is no 132k setting...
Maybe 132k packed size? You need to unzip it, because the FlashCard do not unpack the data.
I am sorry, i was some days on a business trip.
Thank you to all who helped to get the FlashCard running at Marks Mac.