[sebhc] RE: H8 tapes for Dave - archiving tapes?

Dwight K. Elvey dwight.elvey at amd.com
Wed Apr 14 18:54:03 CDT 2004

 I don't know if this can be done on the H89. It seems that
I remember that you can have the tape card or the floppy
card but not both because of a port overlap. This should
be similar for the H8.

>From: "Steven Parker" <sp11 at hotmail.com>
>> >> Input from anyone else on best practices for audio tape
>> >> archiving would be appreciated.
>Storing the data in files makes the most sense to me.  When the H-17 first 
>came out, I wrote a utility to save cassette data onto disk files, and then 
>later load them back from the floppy.  It was distributed by HUG.
>If you really needed the audio, once it's loaded in again you can make a 
>fresh dump.
>On my previous request, I just wanted to be sure that it's clear that I'm 
>just looking for hex dumps or binary data files of the ROM's (PAM-8, PAM8GO, 
>H-17, and PAM-37), and not actual chips.  The files can just be emailed.
>- Steven
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