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How to backup FinalGROM SD board

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I just got a FinalGROM with the 4GB SD board.  Before I do anything with it, I want to make a backup.  Is it best to do an image backup, or just copy the files to a CD?  An image backup will take 4GB, whereas it looks like a "file" backup will take roughly 100MB.

 

Also, what debugger would be best for loading into the FinalGROM?  My system has a NanoPEB-SIO v1 and an un-updated F18A, if that matters.

 

K-R.

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POSTED IN THE WRONG SECTION- PLEASE IGNORE!
 
I just got a FinalGROM with the 4GB SD board.  Before I do anything with it, I want to make a backup.  Is it best to do an image backup, or just copy the files to a CD?  An image backup will take 4GB, whereas it looks like a "file" backup will take roughly 100MB.
 
Also, what debugger would be best for loading into the FinalGROM?  My system has a NanoPEB-SIO v1 and an un-updated F18A, if that matters.
 
K-R.
Basically I would just make a zip file of all the files on the drive it's just a standard fat32 drive. It likely already has a debugger on it either in the dev section or the tools

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Thanks; ZIP file is much easier, and more compact.

Glanced through the files, and will have to take a closer look.

K-R.

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