Tag Archives: loader

A few updates

For those who are wondering why I am slow to reply to requests, I shall say that I’ve been quite busy at work, in the process of changing the infrastructure technology used for our application stack. Unfortunately, my responsiveness might … Continue reading

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Tiny C2N Monitor: one fully built and tested device available

As mentioned a few days back, I’ve now made a fully built Tiny C2N Monitor available to those interested in one.If interested, just visit my sales page for the details.

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Tiny C2N Monitor: How I go about soldering SMD components

Here’s a few pictures of the method and order in which I solder SMD components on the Tiny C2N Monitor board. Hopefully these will be of some help to those interested in acquiring a DIY kit! Happy soldering!

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Tiny C2N Monitor: might ship as fully built device

As I understand users might not be comfortable with soldering together Tiny C2N Monitor kits, I might offer fully built devices as an option. Here’s what the device looks like once soldered together: I’d hate to go into the full details … Continue reading

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New batch of Tiny C2N Monitor DIY kits

Tonight I decided to assemble one of the new Tiny C2N Monitor kits, for testing purposes. It all went very smoothly and I am happy to announce that 10 additional kits will be available shortly. I don’t expect these to … Continue reading

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Bleepload F1 documentation

As I am documenting Bleepload ahead of a scanner reimplementation in TAPClean, I thought to share a preview of the loader, disassembled from Bubble Bobble. The code is available on my DokuWiki space and comments are welcome! Also, I should … Continue reading

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Load and Decrunch with ByteBoozer 2

Having had quite some experience with disk loaders and decrunchers lately, I decided to publish an updated version of David Malmborg’s Byte Boozer 2.0 on GitHub, as a tribute to David’s excellent work. Along with a fix to the PC cruncher, … Continue reading

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C2NEmu: Linux client tested too

I managed to test the Linux client of C2NEmu too, with successful results! $ sudo ./c2nemu-play /dev/ttyACM0 Gianna.tap C2NEmu play utility, rel 1.2 – (C) 2016 Luigi Di Fraia Communicates with a C2NEmu device to play TAP files Buffer time=3:42 … Continue reading

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DC2N5-LC video update

I made an updated video on the dumping process in DC2N5-LC that illustrates the current interface and set of features. Enjoy!

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Three more DC2N5-LC DIY kits sold

Not surprising as these seem to be quite simple to put together if you’re not too worried about an enclosure. However, SMD soldering experience would be advantageous if you’re thinking of buying a DC2N5-LC DIY kit 🙂

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