09/30/10: Micro SD Cartridge order by coconuisse, | Category: General, Hot CoCo Stuff | 8 comments - (Comments are closed)

Micro SD Cartridge order

I see where new orders are not being accepted, but I was wondering where my Aprilish order has got to now that is October…..

michae9593 [at] aol [dot] com
Michael E. Hughes

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8 comments to Micro SD Cartridge order

  • stevelanc

    Michael,

    Just to let you know I ordered and paid for one of these by Paypal around the middle of March and it still has not arrived. I have emailed Roger on a few occasions but progress is appearing to be extremely slow.

    Steve

  • adventure

    Same here, mine was orderd on May 5th 2010. I am sure he will get to it. I don’t want him to rush and have a unit that dosen’t work like it should.

  • admin

    While this is definitely not one of those “super board” situations, I am still producing all the pending orders in turn and have explained many times over that the 4D Systems company had ran out of uDrives for 3 or 4 months and I had to keep taking my orders to stay in business. I am working on these orders and they are guaranteed.

  • briza

    Yeah. I just saw that someone else is using my handle in here, except they used a double zz lol.
    Or is this an error ib here.

    Laters

    Briza

  • briza

    Hey Chaz.

    Check out Rodders website. I’m certain I have a scanned copy in my archive on his website.

    http://coco.randomrodder.com/rsdos.html

    look under my collection name. should be in that.

    laters

    Briza

  • tlindner

    Programs loaded from disk land at a specific memory location. It is specified in the executable format stored with the binary on disk. The Disk files can be as large as 32K to fill up all of RAM.

    ROM Paks are ROMs addressed starting at $C000. In the CoCo 1/2 they can be 8K in length. The CoCo 3 supports special modes that allow up to 32k ROMs (Starting at $7000).

    If a program is less than 8K, and is completed loaded from disk at the start, I can imaging a small loader being written that would copy of program from ROM (in the Pak) into RAM, and then jumped to to start the game.

    I’ll leave that as an exercise to the reader.

  • tlindner

    Programs loaded from disk land at a specific memory location. It is specified in the executable format stored with the binary on disk. The Disk files can be as large as 32K to fill up all of RAM.

    ROM Paks are ROMs addressed starting at $C000. In the CoCo 1/2 they can be 8K in length. The CoCo 3 supports special modes that allow up to 32k ROMs (Starting at $7000).

    If a program is less than 8K, and is completed loaded from disk at the start, I can imaging a small loader being written that would copy of program from ROM (in the Pak) into RAM, and then jumped to to start the game.

    I’ll leave that as an exercise to the reader.