wongck wrote:For programs (games, demo, etc) that needs a floppy to work - the floppy emulator is the way to go.
If you get an US, you need to wait for someone to make the program work on HDD.
Auuu ! That's really not motivating. What about yourself go in that adventure. and make it yourself to work on HDD ? Believe me, in some cases it is not that hard. Not to mention that there is plenty of SW what is already HD compatible - here I mean made compatible by it's authors.
Come on folks, I feel so lonely in this
Ha, if only we could get your knowledge uploaded to github and 'git clone' it into our own brains!
"Open Source your Mind!" sounds like a hippy slogan.
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