Disk support emulators

Door Unicorn

Master (138)

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25-03-2006, 19:05

Is there a MSX emulator that really supports the disk drive of the PC for save and load routines? Question

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Van turbor

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25-03-2006, 19:56

if you use linux, you can run openmsx with 'openmsx -diska /dev/fd0'
but this is still sector based so copy-protected disks will not work this way.

Van mars2000you

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25-03-2006, 19:57

Try paraMSX 0.46beta, it can run MSX protected disks like Pentaro Odyssey if you insert the MSX disk in the PC drive.

http://my.dreamwiz.com/sharksym/paraMSX.files/paraMSX046b.zip

Van legacy

Hero (570)

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25-03-2006, 21:25

RUMSX supports real diskdrives too.
members.ping.at/lexlechz/

Van Retired

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25-03-2006, 23:44

And don't forget the good old fMSX MS-DOS emulator.
http://www.komkon.org/~dekogel/fmsx.html

But only for MS-DOS and I think, nobody is interested in this one any more, but................ you never know.

Van Unicorn

Master (138)

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26-03-2006, 22:33

Thanks guys, but it’s either not working or the emulator becomes highly unstable. I’ll just have to hook up my 8280 again and find that damn mouse!

Van Manuel

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27-03-2006, 13:24

Which emulators are you talking about Unicorn?