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Started by Cyothevile, July 07, 2021, 12:42:00 PM
Quote from: SuperDeadite on July 09, 2021, 09:34:19 PMI don't have a way of testing your image, I still use a stanard scsi hdd on my Fresh. But, a lot of games like Genocide Squared, Mahou Daisakusen, must boot from CD and then can be installed to partition D: only.Alone in the Dark 1 and Sim City 2000 should be easy to install in TownsOS. (Game CD is required to launch though.)Syndicate should be very easy to add, you simply install and run off HDD. No CD is required to play. But,it (and a lot of the western DOS ports) must be installed and launched from the command line prompt. They do not support the TownsOS GUI at all.
Quote from: fidelware on September 03, 2021, 06:20:08 AMhello, i'm new to fm towns, first of all, thank you very much for your contribution. I am following the instructions to mount the SCSI2SD, I have burned the Standard FMT HDD image V1. and in townos the partitions appear like this. that's how it is? or do I do something wrong? url=https://subefotos.com/ver/?db95c53c8a1b12b5795130324286af20o.jpg][/url]
Quote from: Cyothevile on September 23, 2021, 01:48:43 AMI can confirm I was able to get this hard drive image working using the cheapest hard drive emulator I've ever seen, blue SCSI. You will also require SCSI50 to IDC50 cable. You don't need to provide 5V to hard drive emulator as it gets power from pull-up resistor array. I purchased the DIY assembly kit on eBay. What is critical is the file name or the computer won't detect HDD. I will edit the post after I get HDD file name that I used. Very critical. Also I had to use two different sandisk SD cards. Very odd. They're both authentic and totally fine. The white sandisk 16GB card didn't work but I had a 400GB orange/red card and that worked. Obviously I won't use 400GB card long term