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Both ST and STf/e keyboard schematics for comparison: https://obrazki.elektroda.pl/9164169800_1578827160_thumb.jpg https://obrazki.elektroda.pl/9070325100_1578827159_thumb.jpg All ST keyboards were electrically the same (from the ST side), only the ST keyboard had re-routed JOY0/1 signals to the mot...
- Sun Dec 29, 2019 5:31 pm
- Forum: HARDWARE ISSUES
- Topic: UltraSatan by retrofun.info ?? ver 4 2018
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I can't see your pics, and don't quite get what your problem is. My US (from different vendor), used to clear the card in slot #0 when I was powering off the Atari. The partial solution was to configure cards to be ACSI ID 1 and 2 instead of 0 and 1, but final solution was replacing an ACSI buffer c...
- Wed Nov 27, 2019 11:19 pm
- Forum: HARDWARE DISCUSSIONS
- Topic: Gotek write on floppy
- Replies: 6
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You could force write protect, but by default, write is enabled. Only be aware that formatting to a higher capacity (more tracks/sectors) than original image size will corrupt the image file.
I don't know what PPera has done, but I think he made an offset of 20 years between IKBD clock and GEMDOS clock. So XBIOS subtracts 20 years when setting the IKBD clock, and adds 20 years, when reading it.
It is not up to TOS to fix this. This is a flaw in the original IKBD firmware (actually it is projected behavior). TOS uses GEMDOS clock, but every TOS since 1.02 polls the IKBD RTC (via XBIOS's Getttime()) every time GEMDOS's Tgetdate() or Tgettime() is called. And same with Tsetdate()/Tsettime() (...