|Author:||hyper active (registered user: 296 posts )|
|Date:||Thu, Jan 17th, 2013 @ 01:40 ( . )|
Today I finally got ice hockey up and running on my 128d with internal drive by converting the flux stream to g64 with dtc, then writing the long tracks from the g64. You'll need a maverick speed controller fitted to your drive or a way of slowing down the drive motor without too much jitter and flutter to remaster these big tracks, or else the tracks will become mangled. If this happens, you'll often get mixed results. My 1541 seems to be a bit more forgiving than my c128d when the game checks the tracks, on the latter machine, the head would thrash and shake like mad.
--* V-Max secondary checks
10/22/2013 @ 01:16--Hyperactive
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