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Hi,

 

Just got a nanopeb since my diskdrive die in my PEB :(

 

But I can not do anything with it.

 

First, I copy the file vol1.dsk on volume 1 of my card. It works fine. It shows the tiname as vol1 and the size is 1600.

 

In TI extended basic, I do a call mount(1,1) then I do "bye" to get back to the title screen. Then I go back in ti extended basic. It gets me to the basic prompt.

 

I try to save anyhting or load but nothing works :( 

 

Curious thing, when I reopen my card in TIDIR, it says vol 1 is unformated with a size of 0

 

Any idea on what I'm doing wrong?

 

Thanks for any help,

 

 

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Worth giving TI Image Tool a try.  I've had cases where for whatever mysterious reason, I could not get a CF card reading correctly when setting it up via TI99DIR, but setting it up with TI Image Tool instead succeeded.  Pretty sweet that we've got two excellent tools for doing this kind of thing, in this community. I've also had CF cards that I just couldn't make work with the NanoPEB at all, though. 

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I ordered another brand of compact flash card to see if it's the problem.

 

We'll let you know if it fix the problem or not.

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On 12/21/2020 at 9:20 AM, yves31 said:

I ordered another brand of compact flash card to see if it's the problem.

 

We'll let you know if it fix the problem or not.

Yes, I remember reading that sometimes the CF cards just aren't "compatible"....  hopefully that does the trick

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Well, the new compact flash works fine! So happy!

 

Really nice add-on the nanopeb :)

 

Thanks for your help!

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