papa_november wrote:2. Large file copies seem to choke. I can't install that Doom port because the machine absolutely refuses to copy the DOOMU.WAD file over (it's like 11 megs). I'm using CompactFlash cards and an Adtron PCMCIA-SCSI reader. The hard drive is a CompactFlash card on an IDE adapter. The card was formatted by the latest version of HDDRIVER to be FAT32/TOS compatible. In addition to large file copies, if ST-ZIP tries to expand any file bigger than about a meg, it complains about bad checksums.
christos wrote:The falcon's video is not output only though. It's input also because it can accept both an external clock for higher resolutions like in screenblaster, and genlock signal for analog video stuff. So it's not unlikely that you'll get issues.
dml wrote:FYI I also had problems copying large WAD files to/from my Falcon using IDE+CFlash with HDDriver. It may have been something to do with the PC+TOS compatible format I was using but didn't get to the bottom of it. The size limit was 4mb or 8mb (don't remember which) - beyond which the files would be corrupted, guaranteed.
Ended up ARJ'ing the files into split archives < 2MB per slice and then later moved to much better methods for transferring files...
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