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  1. Thanks Milli Vee. Once again your site has been a great resource.
  2. Thank you Kalidomra for letting me know about that feature. Very helpful. Also, thank you NIAD for the tips. I'll have to try out Adamem without the front end and see what I can do with it. Thanks again.
  3. Thank you for the link Milli Vee. That's a great collection of roms. I'll have to try them out.
  4. Thank you for the information. Do you know how to create a compilation dsk with roms that are 32k or less with Virtual Adam/Adamem? Thanks again.
  5. I would like to know how to go about creating a custom rom compilation using Virtual Adam. Is there a method that will allow for using rom files that are larger than 32k? Thanks.
  6. Thank you both for your input. I deleted my previous folders and started with a fresh download of version .82 from GitHub. Worked perfectly! Thank you! smeyers - Is there somewhere that I can make a donation to support your efforts in making this great device? I'm sure that there were many hours spent on developing it to say the least. Very impressive work. Looking forward to using this with the Adam. Thanks again.
  7. Thank you for the quick reply. I just got another message in the bottom of the IDE window after opening the newest version .82 sketch before starting the upload. The message said: File name AdamNetIdle - Copy.ino is invalid: ignored I don't know if that is significant but thought that I would mention it. Here is the error message that I copied via the button at the bottom of the IDE window attempting to upload the sketch: Arduino: 1.8.12 (Windows Store 1.8.33.0) (Windows 10), Board: "Arduino Mega or Mega 2560, ATmega2560 (Mega 2560)" C:\Console Stuff\Coleco\Adamnet emulator\Arduino Software\AdamNet-Drive-Emulator-master\AdamNet_Drive_Emulator\AdamNetIdle.ino: In function 'void AdamNetIdle()': AdamNetIdle:1:6: error: redefinition of 'void AdamNetIdle()' void AdamNetIdle(){ // Wait for AdamNet to go Idle ^~~~~~~~~~~ C:\Console Stuff\Coleco\Adamnet emulator\Arduino Software\AdamNet-Drive-Emulator-master\AdamNet_Drive_Emulator\AdamNetIdle - Copy.ino:1:6: note: 'void AdamNetIdle()' previously defined here void AdamNetIdle(){ // Wait for AdamNet to go Idle ^~~~~~~~~~~ exit status 1 redefinition of 'void AdamNetIdle()' This report would have more information with "Show verbose output during compilation" option enabled in File -> Preferences. It's very possible that I'm doing something wrong due to inexperience with the hardware or software. Thanks again for the help. I appreciate it!
  8. Hello. I'm new to the forum and am in the process of building an Adamnet Drive Emulator. This is my first experience with Arduino so forgive me if my terminology is a bit off. All of the parts for the project are correct per the GitHub instructions that are posted by the Kalidomra. Unfortunately I've had a few issues while trying to upload the Arduino sketch for the newest version of the software which I believe is .82. While the Arduino IDE program is compiling the sketch I receive an error message about redefining a void or something like that. As an experiment I uploaded version .80 and didn't have any issues with the compiling process. I did however get an error message in the black area of the Arduino IDE window that said: "Global variables use 6282 bytes (76%) of dynamic memory, leaving 1910 bytes for local variables. Maximum is 8192 bytes. Low memory available, stability problems may occur. Has anyone else had either of these issues while uploading either version of the sketch? If I use the older version of the software, should I be concerned about the memory message? I'm still waiting for a few miscellaneous parts to complete the 6C6P portion of the emulator so I can't confirm whether or not the emulator is working beyond powering it up and scrolling through the disk images that are loaded on the SD card. Any help would be appreciated. I'm looking forward to using this device and really appreciate the effort that was put into creating it. Thank you Sean Myers!
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