Grey_and_Purple wrote:... and 8 GB cards (because I can ).
muguk wrote:As I state in the guide - anyone who wants to do their own guide for FAT32 / other drivers is more than welcome. ..
PPera - my guide (with the ICD tools update) will eventually go onto the Wikipedia. Would be handy if your guide is on there too.
ppera wrote:And it will be universal, not only for Satandisk.
Well, I think that there is nothing SatanDisk or UltraSatan specific in MugUK's or mine guide, it just has been done with SatanDisk and UltraSatan, but can be done with any other hard disk or CF card.
AtariSince1989 wrote:Great stuff, sure I'm gonna use it as soon as I'll get my UltraSatan.
Just one thing; On the section 2.Requirements, subsectio a) you wrote: a) an ST/STE/Mega STE – so long as it’s got an ASCI port and TOS v1.04 or higher
Guess you mean to say ACSI
muguk wrote:Guess I write ASCII more these days than ASCI
ppera wrote:HW is OK, as booting with Hddriver from TOS compatible partition works well. Are this version of Hddriver problematic with such boot, or there is something else ?
Official Ninja wrote:I just got a 1040STe with a Satan Disk. I followed the guide but it wasnt working. I tried many SD cards and had the same luck every time.
The card worked in the STE , but not in my Windows XP laptop with the card reader built in.
Then for the hell of it, I fired up my new Windows 7 laptop. Popped the SD card in there and it worked. There was hddriver.sys.
So question is, why wont the XP laptop read the card? Is it a limit of XP, or of the built in card reader?
Im glad to be able to share the card with windows 7, easy way to dump games on it. However the XP laptop is the "hobby" laptop with all the ST files on it.
So I'd still like to figure out how to get that working.
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