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Started by Audronic, 11:07, 02 June 21
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Quote from: Audronic on 11:07, 02 June 21Disk file header remover (Wanted)I have tried to find it in FutureOS but gave up
Quote from: m_dr_m on 13:49, 02 June 21In my book, the ROM flasher tool should handle both "amsdos binaries" and headerless files.Most do, by the way.File manipulation is a smell!
Quote from: Audronic on 11:07, 02 June 21Hi allDisk file header remover (Wanted)I have tried to find it in Future OS but gave upThanksKeep SafeRay
Quote from: Richard_Lloyd on 21:07, 02 June 21In Windows (please don't shout at me) I use HxD Hex Editorhttps://mh-nexus.de/en/hxd/Copy to PC, open file, delete first 128 bytes, save, copy back to CPC.
Quote from: Ast on 15:28, 02 June 21Winape or ManageDsk can do that.
Quote from: Ast on 17:42, 02 June 21It is not necessary to remove the header to install properly a file rom on your x-mem. (Only on winape!)All your rom files must have a header, that's important.
Quote from: GUNHED on 15:12, 02 June 21The most easy way is to use ROManager 2.37 for FutureOS. It works with and without headers and can handle any kind of ROM expansion. Of course it's even by far more easy if you have already something up and working.
Quote from: m_dr_m on 12:05, 02 June 21Haha I used to do that with hackit! (Load + Save ASCII).
Quote from: Audronic on 00:18, 03 June 21are you saying that the |Flash command in FW315/6 will install a Rom File with a Header ?
Quote from: Audronic on 02:30, 03 June 21I have the rom, what slot do I install it to ?
Quote from: m_dr_m on 03:05, 03 June 21By the way, is it an X-MEM that you have?Does it happen to use a WinBond chip? (First chip top left).
Quote from: Audronic on 04:09, 03 June 21Is there a concern ?
Quote from: Audronic on 00:18, 03 June 21Hi Davidare you saying that the |Flash command in FW315/6 will install a Rom File with a Header ?ThanksKeep SafeRay
Quote from: Ast on 06:50, 03 June 21Absolutely ! Same thing for Roman.For those who think that the file is intalled on the rom board with the header, you are totally wrong!!!!
Quote from: Audronic on 00:26, 03 June 21Thanks for the thought.I have problems working with FutureOS (My Problem Not yours)
Quote from: Audronic on 00:26, 03 June 21Would you ever have created a stand alone program to remove the header (NOT associated with FutureOS) ?
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