Monthly Archives: April 2016

IECHost update

Back on IECHost just briefly in order to add something that I thought would be useful: dumping the drive’s RAM/ROM contents. Dumping RAM contents can help debugging drive code. Dumping ROM contents might not have much use, but it can help create … Continue reading

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Work stages of my HF logo for Border Mania

As I had captured some of the progress while working at the logo for my crack intro, Border Mania, I decided to share my work stages:

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DC2N5-LC TAP playback tested!

This evening I managed to test the TAP playback feature of DC2N5-LC. I loaded the games I usually use for this sort of tests, including The Great Gianna Sisters and Bart Simpson VS The Space Mutants. Here’s a picture of the … Continue reading

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DC2N5-LC prototype first tape dump done!

The first DC2N5-LC prototype I am building was used to make a tape dump, which was successful!

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DC2N5-LC build in progress

I managed to solder the micro SD Card socket and the ARM processor onto the DC2N5-LC board this evening. I tested access to an SD Card contents and that was successful 🙂 I will have to finish soldering a few bits … Continue reading

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DC2N5-LC boards arrived

Together with a cheap soldering station I finally received my DC2N5-LC boards today! Unfortunately I had a long day at work and I am too tired to check out either one of these right now.

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Border Mania

The latest of my crack intros for the Commodore 64 has been published on CSDb. A video is available on YouTube as well: This was a by-product that I put together while working at a different crack intro. It constitutes my first … Continue reading

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