Monthly Archives: July 2020

IECHost: yet another new feature coming

For those using IECHost to dump a low volume of disks without auto-naming, I thought it would be useful to have a preview of disk contents, so that the D64 filename could be chosen accordingly. As example, the disk I … Continue reading

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IECHost: new feature coming

One of the less essential, yet interesting, features I wanted to add to IECHost is going to be available in the next release: dumping drive ROMs. I like the idea of making it simple for users to dump and compare … Continue reading

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IECHost protocol thoughts

A while back I was thinking of changing the IECHost protocol so that the code running on a 1541 disk drive would also transmit the current track’s GCR value to the PC client during a warp disk dumping operation.At the … Continue reading

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Another fully built and tested DC2N5-LC up for sale

I managed to complete the build of another DC2N5-LC, which I am putting up for sale. If interested, make sure to review my sales page and feel free to contact me.

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Fully built and tested DC2N5-LC sold!

The DC2N5-LC I put up for sale two days ago is now sold out. I managed to source a few more enclosures so I will be in a position to build a few more devices in the coming weeks. Stay … Continue reading

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One fully built and tested DC2N5-LC available

I managed to complete my build of a DC2N5-LC, which I am putting up for sale. If interested, make sure to review my sales page and feel free to contact me.

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DC2N5-LC DIY kits available again

It’s been a long while, almost 3 years now, since I sold the last DC2N5-LC DIY kit. I am glad to confirm that kits are available again and I am going to also build a single fully cased device. For … Continue reading

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