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#51 TheMontezuma OFFLINE  

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Posted Fri Feb 9, 2018 2:39 AM

 

Test passed :)

 

But I can't activate any IS Plate slot with the rotary knob... Is it normal?

It goes like that:

FL; E(1-4); S(1-4); y(1-4); o(1-4); t(1-4); H(1-4); U(1-4); A(1-4); d(1-4); u(1-4); and then FL again.

 

I can do that from the Megaspeedy menu / Flasher menu, but the display does not show 'I1 / I2 / I3 / I4'.

 

It is actually not a complain. I just want to understand if I did everything properly or something went wrong by CPLD programming.



#52 HiassofT OFFLINE  

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Posted Fri Feb 9, 2018 6:26 AM

Test passed :)

Very good!

But I can't activate any IS Plate slot with the rotary knob... Is it normal?
It goes like that:
FL; E(1-4); S(1-4); y(1-4); o(1-4); t(1-4); H(1-4); U(1-4); A(1-4); d(1-4); u(1-4); and then FL again.
 
I can do that from the Megaspeedy menu / Flasher menu, but the display does not show 'I1 / I2 / I3 / I4'.

You also have to update the config ROM (using config.rom) - that's the thing responsible for mode selection with the knob at power up.

so long,

Hias

#53 TheMontezuma OFFLINE  

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Posted Fri Feb 9, 2018 10:57 AM

You also have to update the config ROM (using config.rom) - that's the thing responsible for mode selection with the knob at power up.
 

 

Thank you, Hias!

That was the last missing part in the puzzle :)



#54 TheMontezuma OFFLINE  

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Posted Fri Feb 9, 2018 2:41 PM

Finally everything works perfectly!

Megaspeedy is really well designed to support future extensions :thumbsup:

"IS Plate" is the best example that adding completely new hardware is just a matter of updating CPLD and flash.






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