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Boot Workbench, and open the workbench disk DF0: The time now is While it’s a binary pvmcia of some sort that I can’t really read, I’ve used an HEX viewer to look at the files anyways. Don’t know if the size of the partition is ok for the filesystem but detection and operation seems to work perfectly.
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There is no need to use an Amiga-specific adapter for this. This is important as it will then show you the important ‘L’ directory which you will need later. All times are GMT. The tool to use is an Amiga command-line tool called pmcia. When nothing worked, I formatted it as an Amiga disk and changed the FS in the mountlist to FFS just to see if that would at least work and it was just the same.
I installed the drivers. If it has an RDB installed, that could be causing compatibility issues. All the pins on my port are nice and straight. Mon Dec 18, 1: I own a vanilla A I can’t access it directly from a shell either. I should perhaps mention that I did the timing fix on my A last year.
You normally cannot use a CF card that is bigger than 2GB, so the driver may simply reject it because of your volume being 4GB.
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Find More Posts by huepper. He probably doesn’t want to use his second CF card as a “harddrive”, but mainly to exchange data with his PC.
When I have the card inserted, about halfway through the file I can read “transcend pcmciaa x” which is the make and model of the CF card I’m using. Let’s clear a few things up here: You ought to try a smaller CF card first?!?
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Inserting the card into the reader, then inserting into the already-on Amiga should work just fine. Originally Posted by protek.
When it doesnt lock-up, the files on the CF are usually amiiga unless they’re very very small. If I use Filer a file manager included with the drivers disk trying to access CF0: As soon as I get my new cards I’ll try formatting it as removable media see if that changes anything.
I’m pretty lost as to what I should try next. The various limits come from the filesystem used, just like any other type of drive. Do you still get the ‘drive is empty’ message? Using an earlier version can cause major aamiga problems. Mon Dec 18, Insert reader, turn computer on, insert card. ADF file to Amiga floppy; Enjoy. Fat32 works perfectly fine on the Lcmcia. I’ll report my results here. Workbench should start and you should automatically see the CF0: