Started by iainjh, 00:19, 08 February 10
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Quote from: iainjh on 00:19, 08 February 10Hia classic newb question this, I have read a fair few posts of the forums and the wiki but I cant find a current answer. Google may yet be my friend but after looking for all the terms I can think of I have to ask ! I have a 464plus. Had it in the loft for a few years and have one of the sinclairshop's power /scart leads.What are the options for getting game images working on it? Any IDE adaptors, programmable carts, etc etc?(My Atari has programmable cart and flash and SD card options with selection menus etc) - what of that ilk are available to the 464plus please? I'd like to get it going, but don't want to rely on tape!thanks all.Iain
QuoteI have a 464plus.
Quote from: MacDeath on 20:37, 08 February 10I wish I could find a proper how-to/DIY to put the cassette port on the 6128+.
Quote from: arnoldemu on 11:53, 08 February 102. It is possible to use a parallel cable connected to pc, but this is often restricted to disk files so is effectively useless for you. In addition you need one file games/programs, because loading each part is a pain.
Quote from: MacDeath on 04:54, 09 February 10I think a first start may be to simply solder some proper sockets on the mainboardThe extra Ram or perhaps some other parts may be easier this way [...]To had a Tape-in port on a 6128+ may be easier IMO.less components perhaps and a simplified way can be found as there may be no real need to use the advanced tape management.A simple audio-jack-in would suffice as it is mostly to be used with modern remasterised sound file or for dumping purpose.And of course no real use of it indeed, just to say "this computer is complete".
Quote from: Bryce on 13:58, 09 February 10Ok, did it anyway, whether anyone builds it or not
Quote from: Bryce on 12:06, 09 February 10had a look at the CPC Plus schematics, to add a tape socket you will have to add the resistor R104 (1K) and the transistor Q101. It is highly unlikely, that you will be able to find the transistor mentioned (KTC1815Y)
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