EDIT : now ere http://members.lycos.co.uk/mmbeeb
EDIT : now http://swhs.home.xs4all.nl/bbc/mmbeeb/# ... cesoftware
the MMC card interface, i tried the software last night, but cant seem to get .DSD discs onto the 'hardDisc.MMC' file
.SSD discs go on no bother (512 of them!), so i take it you have to turn your .dsd disc images into .ssd format
Very impressed though
also wondering if you can write to the discs using the beeb, or is it only the PC that can write to it
i will buy the bits, it should only take about half an hour to make
......goes and throws all my beeb floppy discs in the bin
Looks like it works on beebEm aswell
^^ will have a go of that, before REAL beebmmbeeb.dll
For use with BeebEm, allows the dfs09mmb.rom to be used.
The dll is placed in the BeebEm “Hardware” folder and selected as a “Model B Floppy Controller” (Hardware menu, Model B emulation only).
An optional mmc.cfg text file placed in the BeebEm folder can state a pathname to the MMB image file, else the default is “C:\BEEB.MMB”.
now, how to get that onto a Elk aswell , then can throw all those floppy discs out aswell!
Anybody else had ANY joy /own this bit of kit?? or only AndyD
EDIT: beeb.mmb file with games on : viewtopic.php?f=3&t=8176#p87705
and see here for a £0.99 with free P&P pre-made one at pg10 : viewtopic.php?f=3&t=1919&start=270#p87252
EDIT2: newer MMB image manager from Jon for >winXP : download/file.php?id=23264
EDIT3: much faster MMFS1.21+ based on the 1770 2.2x DFS, not old 8271 0.90 DFS, courtesy of DaveB viewtopic.php?f=3&t=10621&start=180#p131428 and also in thread a copier from physical discs to your MMB image /.SSD
EDIT4: now can use a elk Plus1 printer port (with a 5v mod) & also works : viewtopic.php?f=3&t=12737#p163755