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Hey Kyle: Thanks for the program, I will have my 1050 Disk drive , SIO2PC adapter and 800xl in about two weeks, then I will archive everything I have ... talk to ya later on....

 

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There is a way to use the Mini Speedy as a Happy drive and copy all of your ATX files , the trick is in the disk image options you put a check mark on all of the options, and it will copy some of the ATX files properly, it I not yet up to par but I managed to get two files working I will let you know which ones in a few mins. Oh by the way by doing this and turning on the option for Happy the speedy thinks its a Happy Speedy, (pun intended)…. I get the stuff copied but it does not all work..... Russ

 

 

I might do a video of all the settings and a successful copy.

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On 1/7/2019 at 9:01 PM, ebiguy said:

So, now, how can you make a backup from your physical drive to your RespeQt image ?

 

I can not check with my real Atari but I guess this will work (feel free to ask again if it does not work):

Just use 2 drives (D1: and D2:)

 

1. Turn your real Happy drive OFF.

2. Change jumpers to set it as D1:

3. Load Happy software 7.1 image in RespeQt as D1:

4. Load your destination image (blank image) as D2:

5. Turn Happy mode ON for both D1: and D2:

6. Boot your Atari

7. Select option 4 in the main menu (Happy Backup).

8. When the pre-defined Backup option question is displayed, do NOT answer

9. Empty the image in D1:

10. Turn your real Happy drive on.

11. Answer N to the pre-defined Backup option question and answer the remaining questions

 

 

 

I also get the Hi Speed Error.

Tried it exactly this way, didn't work 😭

 

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Tested again:

 

Running the Hi Speed Xfer Diagnostic on D1: (real Happy drive)... pass!

 

Running the Hi Speed Xfer Diagnostic on D2: (RespeQt Happy drive)... fail!

 

[Disk 2] Happy High Speed Write memory at $8380

Data frame checksum error, expected: 131, got: 99. (00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000f032778083ad32778083ad32778083ad32778083ad32778083ad32778083ad32778083ad32778083ad32778083ad32778083ad32778083ad32778083ad32778083)

[Disk 2] Sending [ERROR] to Atari

 

 

I'm quite new to the Happy Drive topic, surely I miss something. Any hint?

 

 

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Hi,

In the console log, do you see something like:

RespeQt version inquiry: $xx

If yes, what is the value of xx

If no, then you have a Happy backup disk that is not compatible with RespeQt. Please download a 5.3 for a 810 or a 7.1 for a 1050.

 

And do you see this line:

Happy Warp Speed Software V7.1 patched on the fly to be compatible with RespeQt

 

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Added question about second RespeQt message

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1 hour ago, ebiguy said:

Hi,

In the console log, do you see something like:

RespeQt version inquiry: $xx

If yes, what is the value of xx

If no, then you have a Happy backup disk that is not compatible with RespeQt. Please download a 5.3 for a 810 or a 7.1 for a 1050.

 

This message does not show up

 

I use 7.1 for a 1050, though

 

 

 

1 hour ago, ebiguy said:

And do you see this line:

Happy Warp Speed Software V7.1 patched on the fly to be compatible with RespeQt

 

 

Nope, don't see this line

 

Serial port speed set to 19200.

Emulation started through standard serial port backend on 'COM2' with DSR handshaking

[Disk 1] Mounted 'Happy Warp Speed Software V7.1 Side 1.ATR' as 'SD Diskette (90k)'.

[Disk 1] Get status: $ff

[Disk 1] Read Sector 1 ($001) #1 in track 0 ($00)

[Disk 1] Read Sector 2 ($002) #2 in track 0 ($00)

[Disk 1] Read Sector 3 ($003) #3 in track 0 ($00)

[Disk 1] Read Sector 4 ($004) #4 in track 0 ($00)

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[Disk 1] Read Sector 6 ($006) #6 in track 0 ($00)

[Disk 1] Read Sector 7 ($007) #7 in track 0 ($00)

[Disk 1] Read Sector 8 ($008) #8 in track 0 ($00)

[Disk 1] Sending [COMMAND NAK] to Atari

[Disk 1] Read sector $03b1 NAKed.

[Disk 1] Sending [COMMAND NAK] to Atari

[Disk 1] Read sector $03b1 NAKed.

[Disk 1] Sending [COMMAND NAK] to Atari

[Disk 1] Read sector $03b1 NAKed.

[Disk 1] Sending [COMMAND NAK] to Atari

[Disk 1] Read sector $03b1 NAKed.

[Disk 14] command: $52, aux: $03b1 ignored. [x4]

[Disk 1] Read Sector 9 ($009) #9 in track 0 ($00)

[Disk 1] Read Sector 10 ($00a) #10 in track 0 ($00)

[Disk 1] Read Sector 11 ($00b) #11 in track 0 ($00)

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[Disk 1] Read Sector 19 ($013) #1 in track 1 ($01)

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[Disk 4] command: $53, aux: $0000 ignored. [x4]

[Disk 3] command: $53, aux: $0000 ignored. [x4]

[Disk 2] command: $53, aux: $0000 ignored. [x4]

[Disk 1] Get status: $ff

[Disk 1] Happy Read memory at $9780

[Disk 1] Read Sector 217 ($0d9) #1 in track 12 ($0c)

[Disk 1] Read Sector 218 ($0da) #2 in track 12 ($0c)

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[Disk 1] Read Sector 304 ($130) #16 in track 16 ($10)

[Disk 1] Read Sector 305 ($131) #17 in track 16 ($10)

[Disk 1] Read Sector 306 ($132) #18 in track 16 ($10)

[Disk 1] Happy Configure drive with AUX $0000

[Disk 1] Sending [COMMAND NAK] to Atari

[Disk 1] Read sector $0800 NAKed.

[Disk 1] Sending [COMMAND NAK] to Atari

[Disk 1] Read sector $0800 NAKed.

[Disk 1] Sending [COMMAND NAK] to Atari

[Disk 1] Read sector $0800 NAKed.

[Disk 1] Sending [COMMAND NAK] to Atari

[Disk 1] Read sector $0800 NAKed.

[Disk 1] Sending [COMMAND NAK] to Atari

[Disk 1] Read sector $0800 NAKed.

[Disk 1] Sending [COMMAND NAK] to Atari

[Disk 1] Read sector $0800 NAKed.

[Disk 1] Sending [COMMAND NAK] to Atari

[Disk 1] Read sector $0800 NAKed.

[Disk 1] Sending [COMMAND NAK] to Atari

[Disk 1] Read sector $0800 NAKed.

[Disk 1] Sending [COMMAND NAK] to Atari

[Disk 1] Read sector $0800 NAKed.

[Disk 1] Sending [COMMAND NAK] to Atari

[Disk 1] Read sector $0800 NAKed.

[Disk 1] Sending [COMMAND NAK] to Atari

[Disk 1] Read sector $0800 NAKed.

[Disk 1] Sending [COMMAND NAK] to Atari

[Disk 1] Read sector $0800 NAKed.

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[Disk 1] Read sector $0800 NAKed.

[Disk 1] Sending [COMMAND NAK] to Atari

[Disk 1] Read sector $0800 NAKed.

[Disk 1] Sending [COMMAND NAK] to Atari

[Disk 1] Read sector $0800 NAKed.

[Disk 1] Sending [COMMAND NAK] to Atari

[Disk 1] Read sector $0800 NAKed.

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[Disk 1] Read sector $0800 NAKed.

[Disk 1] Sending [COMMAND NAK] to Atari

[Disk 1] Read sector $0800 NAKed.

[Disk 1] Sending [COMMAND NAK] to Atari

[Disk 1] Read sector $0800 NAKed.

[Disk 1] Sending [COMMAND NAK] to Atari

[Disk 1] Read sector $0800 NAKed.

[Disk 1] Sending [COMMAND NAK] to Atari

[Disk 1] Read sector $0800 NAKed.

[Disk 1] Sending [COMMAND NAK] to Atari

[Disk 1] Read sector $0800 NAKed.

[Disk 1] Sending [COMMAND NAK] to Atari

[Disk 1] Read sector $0800 NAKed.

[Disk 1] Sending [COMMAND NAK] to Atari

[Disk 1] Read sector $0800 NAKed.

[Disk 1] Sending [COMMAND NAK] to Atari

[Disk 1] Read sector $0800 NAKed.

[Disk 1] Sending [COMMAND NAK] to Atari

[Disk 1] Read sector $0800 NAKed.

[Disk 1] Sending [COMMAND NAK] to Atari

[Disk 1] Read sector $0800 NAKed.

[Disk 1] Sending [COMMAND NAK] to Atari

[Disk 1] Read sector $0800 NAKed.

[Disk 1] Happy Read memory at $8000

[Disk 1] Happy High Speed Write memory at $8380

Data frame checksum error, expected: 131, got: 74. (00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000f031778083ac31778083ac31778083ac31778083ac31778083ac31778083ac31778083ac31778083ac31778083ac31778083ac31778083ac31778083ac31778083)

[Disk 1] Sending [ERROR] to Atari

[Disk 1] Happy High Speed Write memory at $8380

Data frame checksum error, expected: 131, got: 74. (00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000f031778083ac31778083ac31778083ac31778083ac31778083ac31778083ac31778083ac31778083ac31778083ac31778083ac31778083ac31778083ac31778083)

[Disk 1] Sending [ERROR] to Atari

[Disk 1] Happy High Speed Write memory at $8380

Data frame checksum error, expected: 131, got: 74. (00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000f031778083ac31778083ac31778083ac31778083ac31778083ac31778083ac31778083ac31778083ac31778083ac31778083ac31778083ac31778083ac31778083)

[Disk 1] Sending [ERROR] to Atari

[Disk 1] Happy High Speed Write memory at $8380

Serial port read timeout.

[Disk 1] Sending [ERROR] to Atari

 

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It can NOT work without a patched version of Happy v7.1.

There is no Happy ATR patched file.

The way it works is that if RespeQt recognize Happy v7.1, it patches on the fly the software as it is read from RespeQt.

But for this to work, you need:

- a genuine Happy v7.1 ATR file so that RespeQt knows it is Happy v7.1

- to boot this ATR file from RespeQt in D1:

And the latest release of RespeQt 4.3 in this thread.

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20 minutes ago, ebiguy said:

But for this to work, you need:

- a genuine Happy v7.1 ATR file so that RespeQt knows it is Happy v7.1

I tried this one

 

Quote

- to boot this ATR file from RespeQt in D1:

I did

Quote

And the latest release of RespeQt 4.3 in this thread.

I do use 4.3

 

still won't work 🤨

 

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I am sorry but I don't have any idea why it does not work.

Maybe if someone else could confirm that it is working, maybe he could help you find what is different in you configuration or in your procedure.

Anyway it can only work if you see the second message about the patch on the fly.

You are using 4.3 but is it the latest found in the latest posts of this thread?

 

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8 minutes ago, ebiguy said:

You are using 4.3 but is it the latest found in the latest posts of this thread?

 

I tried the version of the very first post in this thread, and I tried this one

 

Thanks for your help btw

 

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I tried several Happy 7.1 ATRs, all of them won't be patched on the fly.

So, the problem seems to be right at the start of the procedure, which leads me to the question: are there specific settings at Tools > Options required to make it work?

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11 hours ago, WIZARD.NC8 said:

I tried several Happy 7.1 ATRs, all of them won't be patched on the fly.

So, the problem seems to be right at the start of the procedure, which leads me to the question: are there specific settings at Tools > Options required to make it work?

Could you take snapshot of all the tabs in Options so I can see how it is configured.

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32 minutes ago, ebiguy said:

Could you take snapshot of all the tabs in Options so I can see how it is configured.

 

Yes, of course, please have a look

 

 

 

 

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If you are not in a hurry, I may have a look at your issue during Christmas holidays.

I need to set up everything (Happy drive, SIO2PC...) and figured out how it is supposed to work (I left the code for 5 to 6 month).

Ping me again if I forget!

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2 minutes ago, ebiguy said:

If you are not in a hurry, I may have a look at your issue during Christmas holidays.

I need to set up everything (Happy drive, SIO2PC...) and figured out how it is supposed to work (I left the code for 5 to 6 month).

Ping me again if I forget!

Thank you!

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Maybe but the patch should occur.

If it does not, I fear that this is the tree that hides the forest.

I mean that there may be a more important issue in your context.

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If anyone could provide me an already patched Happy v7.1 ATR file, I would be very.. happy 😁, so in the meantime I could use it as a workaround, as well as for checking if it does work at all.

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Hi together,

 

Really need the help of the community.

 

This is my very first post here in the RespeQt forum. I am running out of time and hope, I am right here. Is it possible with RespeQt 4.3 and a Happy drive to make a disk dump near or close to a Kryo or SCP dump? If so, with the RespeQt 4.3 software and how? Sorry, I haven't read the pages 1 through 7, because I am running out of time.

 

Thank you all so much for your help in advance.

 

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6 hours ago, luckybuck said:

This is my very first post here in the RespeQt forum. I am running out of time and hope, I am right here. Is it possible with RespeQt 4.3 and a Happy drive to make a disk dump near or close to a Kryo or SCP dump? If so, with the RespeQt 4.3 software and how? Sorry, I haven't read the pages 1 through 7, because I am running out of time.

So true for many of us!

 

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