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  1. I am attempting to create a simple IDE/CF interface for the 1088XEL's MPBI port (Mini-Parallel Bus Interface). The idea is to have it be supported by the U1MB BIOS in some fashion that is similar to the Side2 cart, but without all the bells and whistles this cart has (sans SDX and R-Time8). So to do this, it appears that loading the Incognito PBI BIOS into the U1MB might give us a simple software solution, since it only requires that the 8 basic IDE registers be accessed and mapped into the appropriate area (see FJC's comment below quoted from an earlier discussion Link Here) So my plan is to modify the original MyIDE ][ internal interface circuit as shown in Mr Atari's site (reference), and do some extra decoding to make it point the IDE registers directly at $D1E0-7. Below you will see my first proposed design to hopefully accomplish this. Here's the complete MPBI port as it is implemented on the V1.1 XEL... I plan to use one of these CF-to-IDE adapters while prototyping... Although the preliminary schematic doesn't show it, there will be a MPBI pass-thru provided as well. - Michael
  2. The following HDD's & Optical drives: 1.28 GB (Conner) $2 SOLD 1.28 GB (Fujitsu) $2 SOLD 3.49 GB (Fujitsu) $5 SOLD 4.3 GB (Samsung) $5 SOLD 6.48 GB (Maxtor) $10 40 GB (Maxtor) $15 80 GB (Western Digital) $20 120 GB (Maxtor) $25 48x CD-ROM $10 SOLD 16x DVD+/-R (DL & RAM) Omni-Burner $20 20x DVD-ROM $10 Or, $100 $75 for the lot. Good for classic systems. Well, the 4GB & smaller ones for DOS 6.2 and before. the 40GB & larger for Win95+. Same thing applies with Amiga's KS 3.1 for 4GG & less and 3.1.4 (or earlier with one of several extenders available.) The Optical drives are also good for earlier Most IDE based machines. They were all working when pulled from their respective systems, though they have been sitting in storage for several years. Prices do not include Shipping or PayPal fees.
  3. Not referring to S-Drives and other SIO solutions. I have only been able to get the MyIDE family working with SD cards in addition to compact flash. Has anyone been successful with anything else? SIDE cart, maybe? I don't have one of those -- do they support MyDos as a regular hard drive? -Larry
  4. Can anyone clue me in on how to read this string? 128 bytes, I believe. Thanks, Larry
  5. rez0r

    IDE

    From the album: 2600

    A screenshot of my IDE while working a new 2600 demo for the Global Game Jam of 2018.
  6. FREE PRIORITY MAIL SHIPPING IN USA These are practically brand new blank, unformatted hard drives. The only reason I can't use them is because they can not be "locked" which is only useful for xbox hd upgrades, otherwise these are perfect for cheap extra storage on your PC, external usb enclosure, or Phat PS2. these are empty, 250GB IDE [not SATA] Hard Drives in Sealed Anti-Static Bags. $18ea Shipped FREE anywhere in the USA. Good for Mac, PC, Linux, etc BTW: Amazon.com has super cheap deals on IDE USB Enclosures for around $12 I have 8 of them for sale, I take PayPal "GIFT" to avoid paypal fees, check my AA feedback if trust is an issue, I would do a cut in price if you ordered more than one but message me with your zip code and how many you want to see what kind of discount I can offer pictures of actual drive below.
  7. Here's a screen grab of the development environment I used for Boulder Dash. Thought I'd share, as I'd love to see what others are using. I'm using Eclipse as the IDE. I have WUDSN installed for the nice syntax colour highlighting it offers. Stella is my emulator, and of course DASM is the assembler. I have single keypress building setup, which is nice. I think the weak link in this chain is DASM, which really needs a total ground-up rewrite. The machine is newish; a DELL XPS 15 laptop, which I rather like. The OS is Ubuntu 11.10. Unity is completely fucked, but I rather like Gnome 3 which you see me using here. Screen resolution is a lovely 1920 x 1080. So, can I see what the rest of you are using? Cheers A Edit: Oh, and Thomas and I shared the source via SVN on www.assembla.com
  8. Hello guys, is there anyone who knows personally Paskud ? I'd like one of his IDE interface or, at least, i'd like to reply it, but he doesn't reply to my emails. Alberto.
  9. I've been experimenting with video playback on the Atari with the SIDE cart, and I've run into a problem with the I/O that I was hoping someone with IDE experience could shed light on. For the most part it works, but there's a problem where a byte is getting dropped from the IDE device. Here's a ready to go emulator setup so you can see what it's supposed to look like (3MB, too big to attach here). The SIDE drive is already configured when you launch Altirra and you just have to load the player executable. http://www.virtualdu...r/side-movie.7z ...and here's what I'm occasionally getting on the real hardware: I'm using 8-bit transfer mode with a 32 sector block size and the READ MULTIPLE command, with a 512MB CompactFlash card. It was much worse when I was using the plain READ SECTOR command, and adding a DRQ wait at the beginning of each sector didn't help. I reset the device and configure it for PIO mode 6 before playback. I have a 15KHz IRQ running to do sound and to flip PRIOR, so I don't have a lot of cycles to spare for workarounds and definitely can't afford to re-read sector blocks. I've confirmed that the I/O is happening fast enough to avoid buffer underruns in the player and that no errors are getting signaled by the drive. Any ideas? side-player-src.zip
  10. AtariX Hello everyone, my name is Iuri Nery, and a few days ago I started reading some tutorials at RandomTerrain to learn more about Atari programming, and so far I’m finding everything fascinating. I’m right now at number #16 of Andrew Davie’s tutorial (Atari 2600 Programming for Newbies). I’m learning a lot from it, and to learn faster, I needed to built something to help me testing the sample projects, that’s why I made this IDE. AtariX is a very simple IDE, but has a couple of features that can help novice users to get into Assembly programming: · Save/Load assembly files (.asm/.s); · Build binary files by pressing the “Export” button; · Test your games with 1 click; · Colored syntax for comments, assembly instructions, numbers, binary numbers and also for the labels from “vcs.h” (like COLUPF); Files included: · “vcs.h” and “macro.h” (unmodified); · DASM Assembler; · z26 Emulator; · AtariX executable; How to use: 1. Open the assembly file you want to test; 2. Put all the included files in the “include” folder; 3. Click on the “Play” button (you can also press F5); Credits: ; AtariX ; ------ ; Copyright © 2017 by Iuri Nery ; DASM Assembler ; -------------- ; Copyright © 1988-2002 by Matthew Dillon ; Copyright © 1995 by Olaf "Rhialto" Seibert ; Copyright © 2003-2008 by Andrew Davie ; Copyright © 2008 by Peter H. Froehlich ; z26 Emulator ; ------------ ; Copyright © 1997-2004 by John Saeger . This is not an advanced IDE or anything like that, just wanted to share it with you guys, I hope it can help someone. ps: I’m not an experienced programmer, so any tips are apreciated, also I don’t know if this is the correct session to post this kind of stuff. Thanks! AtariX_v01.zip
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