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General Category => Amstrad CPC hardware => Topic started by: Jungsi on 18:49, 22 July 15

Title: Minibooster - RSXS.BIN
Post by: Jungsi on 18:49, 22 July 15
What I've understand the RSXS.BIN on the Minibooster utlity disk can be used on a slot in the X-MEM to
call the RSXs (|wdsk or |rdsk).
When I try to write the BIN tot the X-MEM (|FLASH,"RSXS.BIN",03) it seems to work, but it doesn't...
|HELP,03 shows me:
ROM 03: ------TRASH------
Do I miss something? :-)
Title: Re: Minibooster - RSXS.BIN
Post by: TFM on 19:04, 22 July 15
Well, you can investigate this in detail with my ROManager 2.07. Download here:
http://futureos.cpc-live.com/files/ROManager_ALL.zip (http://futureos.cpc-live.com/files/ROManager_ALL.zip)


You can look at the ROM position (or edit it). And it will even report ROMs for CP/M Plus correctly.  :)
Title: Re: Minibooster - RSXS.BIN
Post by: remax on 19:09, 22 July 15
What I've understand the RSXS.BIN on the Minibooster utlity disk can be used on a slot in the X-MEM to
call the RSXs (|wdsk or |rdsk).
When I try to write the BIN tot the X-MEM (|FLASH,"RSXS.BIN",03) it seems to work, but it doesn't...
|HELP,03 shows me:
ROM 03: ------TRASH------
Do I miss something? :-)


From what source do you try to flash your rom? (Floppy, HXC, else ?)
Title: Re: Minibooster - RSXS.BIN
Post by: Jungsi on 21:12, 22 July 15
From floppy - 3,5 '' Drive B
Title: Re: Minibooster - RSXS.BIN
Post by: pelrun on 21:35, 22 July 15
What I've understand the RSXS.BIN on the Minibooster utlity disk can be used on a slot in the X-MEM to
call the RSXs (|wdsk or |rdsk).


No! That's the wrong file. The roms have the extension .ROM; i.e. AKSROM.ROM is the file you want to flash if you want |rdsk and |wdsk.


RSXS.BIN is the disk version, which is installed by running -RSXS.BAS.


Also, you'll want my fixed version of aft to run on the PC side; Updated/Fixed AFT.EXE for windows+minibooster users (http://www.cpcwiki.eu/forum/applications/updatedfixed-aft-exe-for-windowsminibooster-users/)
Title: Re: Minibooster - RSXS.BIN
Post by: Jungsi on 23:39, 22 July 15
Thanks for the tip!  :)