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Started by Pentagon, 11:56, 07 July 10
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Quote from: Gryzor on 07:56, 09 July 10Well, we do know that 'issue', that's why, as I had said, it's not 100% indicative. Also, nobody said "contributor" and "creator" are the same people. There's a lot of material in here that comes from elsewhere. Proper attribution is key, but has no relevance to contribution...
Quote from: Gryzor on 08:51, 12 July 10Given that the wiki is sailing pretty much trouble-free I consider the odd problem or two of no consequence. How many instances are there where someone is credited when they should not be?
Quote from: Jeff_HxC2001 on 13:39, 18 July 10All you need is a front panel... and the HxC Floppy Emulator already offer a connector for it
Quote from: TFM/FS on 23:57, 06 January 11Well, probably this is not new for you... However, I would search the CPC Games CD first: http://webs.ono.com/cpcgamescd/ Else, you have to use CPCDiscXP to create a DSK for PC first then convert it to the HxC format. However you do it once a live ;-)
Quote from: khisanth on 21:08, 08 February 11i think next payday i might buy one of these beauties, then find a 6128 on ebay i wont mind opening up. Cant harm my original one
Quote from: Bryce on 13:21, 05 January 12Hi Garrett, yes, generally, that's all you'll need, but you'll also need to supply it with 5V, so you'll need to take a splice of the CPCs 5V supply somewhere. However, there are a few details you should know. If you are using it externally, the Drive will be Drive B: not A: unless you make an ABBA switch. Alternatively you can configure the HxC so that it is also A: but the internal Drive will not be B: The reason why this is important, is that the majority of games will only load from Drive A:, starting a game from Drive B: only works in some very rare cases.Bryce.
Quote from: Bryce on 14:11, 05 January 12Yes, it would cause a conflict, you need to disconnect the internal drive for this to work. There is more information about this in Jeffs user Manual on page 11: http://hxc2001.free.fr/floppy_drive_emulator/SDCard_HxC_Floppy_Emulator_User_Manual.pdfAlso, one of those supplies would have been enough to power both the CPC and the HxC at the same time.Bryce.
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