Im still having problems even while trying to copy files Im doing this:
On uiec SD (for each disk) I create a directory, then copy a whole 5 1/4 disk
to the SD directory (I name directory same as disk ID).
I have the PC App: Directory Master
I plan on plugging in my SD card into CF card reader on PC, for each disk
in Directory Master create a new .D64 image then just copy the disk contents from SD to
new .D64 etc image, then once that is done just save the new image file.
Then just copy these back to my SD or whatever, seems a faster way to back my
floppy disks up.
D64IT is a wonderful program but too slow right now since time is the issue I need to back up my disk they are getting old.
Im still having problems with any of the copiers I have tried:
CBM Command (good for copying files) sucks with making images, wont copy the same disk on the same device, Blah.
Fcopy and Fcopy+
I keep getting errors with uiec SD "file wont write to media"
Its not the copiers but I have a dumb question may be the problem (something I dont know about SD cards etc) do those cards have a write protect switch?
kind of like the old 3 1/2 floppies.
If so would this cause the SD to not let files be written?
If so I really feel dumb if this is the problem, I will see.
Fingers crossed. DOH.... :-P
my CBM setup:
CBM 1902-A 40/80 column monitor
128DCR (has Al Anger Hack, disables internal 1571 serial circuit) frees up
device#8 and I havent pulled all my hair out. :-D (No Jiffy DOS)
CMD V2 SCPU, 16MB super ram (no MMU adapter installed)
CMD HD 2 gig,rtc has latest boot rom.
CMD FD-2000 rtc
CBM 1571 floppy drive has JIFFY DOS ROM (MR JIM BRAIN)
No printers plugged in
With disk copying & this project, run SCPU at 1 MHZ.
I have had no issues with this setup, other than finding a faulty MMU chip& replaced,
was causing intermittent lockups.
I use Jiffy DOS since it is compatible with uiec SD etc.
So I will see if the write protect on SD card is in protected mode.
Any other suggestions?
Will let ya all know what happens next. apart from pulling my hair out or
calling computer names. :-D
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