Quote from: ZbyniuR on 16:41, 28 September 23Thats what I call fantastic photo.The Second Cyberpunk type pic is cool, don't agree with the fap comments.
QuoteMy apologies, I have the same problem as you have Mr. DVG : just after the title screen and the "It's a-me, Mario !" the CPC resets.
Flashing the CPR from this thread with the command ùCTRUP,"[name].cpr" works just fine though.
I've made Jean Marie aware of the problem for the DSK version.
Quote from: PortoManc on Yesterday at 19:22But I wondered if that RSX call specifies a particular set of bootstrap instructions (specific track & sector for the disk, unique for a CP/M system disk) which might not be applicable to a non-CP/M disk.|CPM looks for track 0, sector &41 on the disc in drive A, loads it to address &100 in RAM, and executes it. The standard CP/M format on the CPC uses sectors numbered from &41 to &49 inclusive, but as long as track 0, sector &41 is present, CP/M will load and execute the code/data in that sector.