Gotek Floppy Drive Emulators in general and as RX50/RX33 replacements
bobsmithofd at gmail.com
Wed Jul 15 19:51:55 CDT 2020
THanks all of you! I did not see any individual messages, just this
whole string at once.
I picked up the OLED hack bits, and will install thena and then go
with FlashFloppy firmware, and the utilities I have found
I have a virtual PC (98, XP, 7) and one windows 8 machine i picked up
used specifically for SBC6120, DMII and PDP11/Pro fun.
I have dug into the Floppy flash data and it looks like that is
exactly what I need. Also dug out my Mittsumi and tring to find my
stashed TEAC FD55 device.
I still have 3 RX50 drives around, maybe a couple more, just gonna
take some time and play with all this aiming at DECMate II as first
I will keep you posted,
THanks again for all the comments!! Appreciate the experience
comments on the Gotek and that means I have a chance to get this to
work with RX50!
On Wed, Jul 15, 2020 at 5:56 PM Chuck Guzis via cctalk
<cctalk at classiccmp.org> wrote:
> On 7/15/20 2:30 PM, Dave Wade via cctalk wrote:
> > I have several and I have used them on several machines, so IBM 3174 screen controller, IBM Pentium Server and Atari ST but not DEC, with the FlashFloppy software mentioned elsewhere.
> > I programmed the Gotek on a Windows machine but there are instructions for Linux.
> > It appears it supports RX50 but as I said I haven't tried it.
> > It doesn't matter which version (720 or 1.44) once programmed with Flash Floppy it can be either drive.
> RX50 and RX33 support is claimed:
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