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PS/2 resources

Posted: Fri 07 Apr, 2017 8:29 pm
by SarahWalker
Thought it was probably worth uploading the ADF files for the emulated MCA cards, as they are required to get them working. As far as I can tell there's no copyright on these.

To configure the PS/2, you will need to get hold of the correct reference disc for the emulated model (currently only Model 50). Inject the desired ADF files onto the disc image, and the setup program should be able to identify and configure the cards.

The ESDI adapter is actually supported on the Model 50 reference disc, however the ADF file on that disc doesn't seem to work correctly at present, failing to map in the ESDI BIOS. I don't know if this is an emulator issue or not - I did see some mention on tinternet that there are some problems with some ADF versions on some machines. In any case, the ADF attached to this post does work. Though it is in German.

Re: PS/2 resources

Posted: Fri 12 May, 2017 3:59 am
by Katakis
Those filename extensions look familiar. Can I use these files under WinUAE (Amiga emulator)?

*kidding*

Re: PS/2 resources

Posted: Fri 12 May, 2017 3:56 pm
by omarsis81
Apparently, the ADF extension is not Amiga exclusive! I just realize that
Hmm, but the ADF extension is not listed when trying to open floppy files under PCem

Re: PS/2 resources

Posted: Fri 12 May, 2017 5:37 pm
by SarahWalker
Well that's because these ADF files are not disc images. They're just files.

Re: PS/2 resources

Posted: Mon 15 May, 2017 2:01 am
by ppgrainbow
I have made modifications to the @DDFF.ADF file to add support for specific adapter memory locations for the IBM ESDI Fixed Disk Adapter. The English version of the file can be download here:

@ddff.adf
IBM ESDI Fixed Disk Adapter (US English)
(2.75 KiB) Downloaded 53 times

Re: PS/2 resources

Posted: Wed 13 Dec, 2017 11:19 pm
by neozeed
ppgrainbow wrote:I have made modifications to the @DDFF.ADF file to add support for specific adapter memory locations for the IBM ESDI Fixed Disk Adapter. The English version of the file can be download here:

@ddff.adf


I think because this has the same filename the download just downloads the German version Sarah posted.