#485 IEEE488 Drives 1001 & 8250 crazy track 39 behavior.

v2.4.x
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nobody
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2015-10-28
2014-01-09
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Hi Guy's
I am using WinVice 2.4.1 UNSTABLE on Windows 7 and trying to resurect my old c64 based BBS system from 1987. I thought it might be cool to use either the IEE488 1001 or 8250 drive emulation to give it more space. (D9090 or D9060 would be cool if you ever get it happening). I set up x64 with 2 x 8250 drives (on unit 8 & 10) and can create the 4 .d82 files and mount them ok. I can read the directories, and sometimes (if it is a fresh image) write to the whole disk. But after having initially written to the disks using the BBS configure SW, I reset and load the BBS Sw and they just bounce around track 39 and other random tracks. Even without the BBS SW I seem unable to access any file stored higher than track 39?

It seems similar to the 1571 second side problem, just by watching the T/S meters.
Is there anything you would like me to do to try and track down this bug?
Would be nice to have the bigger disks 8-)

Thanks.

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Discussion

  • gpz

    gpz - 2014-01-24

    a more defined testcase would be nice... is there a quick way to reproduce this?

     
    • Keith Matthews

      Keith Matthews - 2014-01-27

      On 24/01/14 15:43, gpz wrote:

      a more defined testcase would be nice... is there a quick way to
      reproduce this?


      [bugs:#485] http://sourceforge.net/p/vice-emu/bugs/485/ IEEE488
      Drives 1001 & 8250 crazy track 39 behavior.

      Status: open
      Created: Thu Jan 09, 2014 03:37 AM UTC by Keith Matthews
      Last Updated: Fri Jan 24, 2014 04:41 AM UTC
      Owner: Benjamin Rosseaux

      Hi Guy's
      I am using WinVice 2.4.1 UNSTABLE on Windows 7 and trying to resurect my
      old c64 based BBS system from 1987. I thought it might be cool to use
      either the IEE488 1001 or 8250 drive emulation to give it more space.
      (D9090 or D9060 would be cool if you ever get it happening). I set up
      x64 with 2 x 8250 drives (on unit 8 & 10) and can create the 4 .d82
      files and mount them ok. I can read the directories, and sometimes (if
      it is a fresh image) write to the whole disk. But after having initially
      written to the disks using the BBS configure SW, I reset and load the
      BBS Sw and they just bounce around track 39 and other random tracks.
      Even without the BBS SW I seem unable to access any file stored higher
      than track 39?

      It seems similar to the 1571 second side problem, just by watching the
      T/S meters.
      Is there anything you would like me to do to try and track down this bug?
      Would be nice to have the bigger disks 8-)

      Thanks.


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      Hi,

      I'll try and set up something to test this that doesn't involve the BBS
      software.

      8-)

      --
      oooOOOooo
      Regards......Geo

       

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  • gpz

    gpz - 2015-10-28

    any news? is it still broken? :)

    a simple basic program that reads a few sectors using DOS commands would be great!

     
    Last edit: gpz 2015-10-28
    • Keith Matthews

      Keith Matthews - 2015-10-29

      Hi,

      I will dld latest and test it ASAP

      Will let you know

      Thx

      On Wed, 28 Oct 2015 09:47:52 PM you wrote:

      any news? is it still broken? :)


      [bugs:#485] IEEE488 Drives 1001 & 8250 crazy track 39 behavior.

      Status: open
      Version: v2.4.x
      Created: Thu Jan 09, 2014 03:37 AM UTC by Keith Matthews
      Last Updated: Wed Mar 18, 2015 02:52 AM UTC
      Owner: nobody

      Hi Guy's
      I am using WinVice 2.4.1 UNSTABLE on Windows 7 and trying to resurect my old
      c64 based BBS system from 1987. I thought it might be cool to use either
      the IEE488 1001 or 8250 drive emulation to give it more space. (D9090 or
      D9060 would be cool if you ever get it happening). I set up x64 with 2 x
      8250 drives (on unit 8 & 10) and can create the 4 .d82 files and mount them
      ok. I can read the directories, and sometimes (if it is a fresh image)
      write to the whole disk. But after having initially written to the disks
      using the BBS configure SW, I reset and load the BBS Sw and they just
      bounce around track 39 and other random tracks. Even without the BBS SW I
      seem unable to access any file stored higher than track 39?

      It seems similar to the 1571 second side problem, just by watching the T/S
      meters. Is there anything you would like me to do to try and track down
      this bug? Would be nice to have the bigger disks 8-)

      Thanks.


      Sent from sourceforge.net because you indicated interest in
      https://sourceforge.net/p/vice-emu/bugs/485/

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