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  1. Sorry for this, but I have send you a personal message some time ago. Grtz, Sijmen.
  2. The 1450 was not mine, sorry. Yes it's fully functional(*), I repaired it for my two friends who own it. For as I know, there were no additional tests in the self-test. Except the presence of the voice. *) After replacement of the drive-mechanics, PDD-enable_switch and logic-IC...
  3. Perhaps old news, but Robert de Boer designed a replacement part. https://github.com/redhawk668/Atari-CO60472-Delay-Line-Replacement?fbclid=IwAR2Yd5eRECxTawmney_slNUrRYCJuJ_lSuKppwUCzu2NF2S9BSzfqOCLdRQ https://github.com/redhawk668/Atari-CO60472-Delay-Line-Replacement/blob/main/README.md
  4. Standard 850 protocol to me. Works for me perfectly. I use this tool to change my config. FujiNet.xex
  5. I think I found a bug in ATBasic 1.57 While coding/debugging LiteDOS It goes like this: SAVE to disk and we get an error like 162, disk full. IOCB #7 is not closed, data still in the disk-buffer. I swap disk. DIR to see if there is room. IOCB is closed, DOS writes its buffer to (the new) disk, and re-opens for DIR. Oops? Compared to Atari BASIC, it closes the IOCB immediately following a SAVE-error. Grtz, Sijmen.
  6. Warp 6, nice 🙂 I didn't came faster then 444 kb/s That is with A/C/E and with checksum. No block mode though. Grtz!
  7. No idea yet, what went wrong, but this is the correct file: Last firmware update I did for MyIDE-I is here (4.8.0A, unreleased beta with bugfixes to the -05 version). https://www.atarimax.com/flashcart/forum/viewtopic.php?p=9942#p9942
  8. I have my WARP-code still at hands. It can do 420 kbit/sec easily (without block transfer). Yes, ANTIC/NMI off. Currently FujiNET is the only device (beside my SIO-2-arduino) with external clock. But the firmware of Fuji does not lock this. On IO-error it hops to 19k2, then to pokey-divisor_X and back. Grtz! [edit] (*) All caps removed on the pokey-lines !
  9. These are generic eeproms I opened mine, to have a look. ST (maker) M29F010B (1 megabit) This is the transparent one, early versions were black, you can easily open them. They are not glued, just pressed together. I use a Transcend 128mb, no problems, with the latest firmware I created, the one you downloaded. Black screen, means, eeprom erased, nothing programmed.
  10. Last firmware update I did for MyIDE-I is here. https://www.atarimax.com/flashcart/forum/viewtopic.php?p=9942#p9942 (2017)
  11. But they are still handler based, so it installs D to the device-table. -XS $BD0 -RO $9FF Doing a destructive load, you can start at loading $8F4 In theory, a loader, can be much smaller....
  12. The later productions of MyIDE-1 have power on pin 20, yes. So you can plug it in just like that. No need to use the power-header. Pin 20 is on the label side, you can have a peak inside with a light. Latest firmware etc, please vidit the atarimax forum.
  13. The problem is more who use Fuji as stand-alone or not. I have the same 'issues' when booting over SIO, I have a executable that loads and mounts the last stored Fuji-config. I would suggest that FujiNet should restore the last configuration by it self when something else takes boot-control. That works for any DOS or any one who uses Fuji as device (not stand-a-lone) Is that workable Thomas? So during powerup: -if Something else boots, restore configuration. -if Fuji boots, do the config stuff and end with OPTION to boot. I really hope this can be done. Later!
  14. Maximum external clock speed is 4 cl/bit for POKEY to accept serial-data in the shift-registers. That is what I found by trail and error. That is a whopping 443 kbit/sec (or 44 kByte/sec) ! Called "project Warp-factor 4" back in the days. My experimental device is a SIO2SD-arduino, with attached clock-lines. FujiNet currently has the external clock enabled with programmable Khz. But you need to remove the caps to make this work. https://github.com/FujiNetWIFI/fujinet-platformio/wiki/SIO-Command-%24DF-Set-External-SIO-Clock The code is a bit tricky, since switching from asynchronous to synchronous is not that straight forward. Grtz, Sijmen.
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