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By super_castle

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22-03-2007, 08:44

I have a new computer, the bluemsx emulator.
as can I from the non removable disk D: one test.bas with bluemsx read in?
can one specify a non removable disk with bluemsx?

thanks you.

mfg

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By dvik

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22-03-2007, 08:49

If you put the file test.bas in a directory, e.g. D:\MyDisk\test.bas, you can use the menu item:
File -> Disk Drive A -> Insert Directory

In the dialog you select the MyDisk directory. Then you start the emulator and in MSX basic you can type files and you'll see the file. Then you can type run"test.bas" and your program will run.

By super_castle

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22-03-2007, 09:49

hello, I can store test.bas in d:\bas\test.bas.
if I bluemsx leaves and starts again and directory d:\bas \ inserts, is the program that lies no longer there , why is the test.bas?

2. where the indication is "#"? in the bluemsx German.

thanks.
mfg Peter

By super_castle

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22-03-2007, 16:36

hello,
- I start bluemsx,
- insert direktory "d:\mein \
- basicprogram save"test.bas"
- load"test.bas"
- all ok
- direktory ejection up to now

all ok.

- leave bluemsx - start bluemsx
- insert direktory "d:\mein \
- basicprogram load"test.bas"
program "test.bas" cannot be found.
why? where is program?

mfg peter

By Edwin

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22-03-2007, 19:12

Saving to directories may not be implemented. What probably happens is that the file is saved in memory, but never written back to the harddisk after bluemsx exits. If you want to start you own project, you should create an empty disk image and use that for your program. You may be able to create an empty image directly from the bluemsx gui (I can't say for sure because I use openmsx myself).

By super_castle

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22-03-2007, 19:51

hello, you has quite bluemsx stores probably only in the memory off and not into the listing. if I extend basicprogram and store again again, it is not in the listing.
the listing on hdd is probably only to loads meant.

mfg

By cax

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22-03-2007, 20:21

Edwin is right 100%, so create an empty disk image and use it.

By super_castle

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22-03-2007, 22:11

if I provided a new disk image with bluemsx and the program "test.bas" to spokes want,
there is fehler the disk/error.

mfg Peter

By Edwin

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22-03-2007, 23:50

You will probably have to format it first. Use "call format" in basic.

By super_castle

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23-03-2007, 09:26

hello, thanks you!

es geht.

mfg peter

By Tanni

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23-03-2007, 15:44

Hallo Peter,

hier eine Webseite, von der Du Dir den Diskmanager von Rudolf Lechleitner herunterladen kannst:

www.lexlechz.at/

Mit diesem Programm kannst Du Diskimages unterschiedlicher Formate anlegen und Files von Windows in das Diskimage importieren. Der Datumsstempel der Windows-Files wird dabei entsprechend korrigiert. Es ist auch möglich, Files vom Diskimage nach Windows zu exportieren, z. B. Textfiles, die Du mit einem MSX-Textverarbeitungsprogramm im Emulator geschrieben hast.

Was meinst Du mit ''where the indication is "#"? in the bluemsx German.''?

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