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PostPosted: Sun Jul 29, 2007 6:21 am 
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Hi there,

Does anyone else have a problem with D64Reader V0.6 after they've upgraded the BIOS of the MMC64 to V1.10 ?

Everything seems to work ok except the D64 file it creates is not visible in the directory listing (if you try to create another D64 with the same name it says that the file already exists), and I also can't see the created D64 under OSX when I put the SD card into the Mac.

I revert back to MMC bios V1.03 everything works as expected.

Is it just me ?

Thanks!

Mark


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PostPosted: Tue Sep 18, 2007 9:27 pm 
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strandedinnz wrote:
Hi there,

Does anyone else have a problem with D64Reader V0.6 after they've upgraded the BIOS of the MMC64 to V1.10 ?

Everything seems to work ok except the D64 file it creates is not visible in the directory listing (if you try to create another D64 with the same name it says that the file already exists), and I also can't see the created D64 under OSX when I put the SD card into the Mac.

I revert back to MMC bios V1.03 everything works as expected.

Is it just me ?

Thanks!

Mark


The 1.10 BIOS is FAT32 only if I have understood everything right, and the d64 plugin operates at FAT16, and then fail becuase of that. 1.04 still support FAT16, so try that or wait until a fix is released.


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It breaks it a little bit. There's some kind of problem with root directory handling with the D64 reader in combination with 1.10 BIOS. Simply use a sub directory and it should work fine.

@sledge
1.10 is FAT16/32. The D64 reader only supports FAT16.


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