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MMC64 Browser   [2005]

MMC64 Browser Released by :
Beyond Force [web]

Release Date :
7 May 2005

Type :
C64 Tool

User rating:awaiting 8 votes (7 left)   See votestatistics

Credits :
Code .... TNT of Beyond Force

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User Comment
Submitted by dalezy on 14 July 2008
thanks man, nice tool =)
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Submitted by hollowman on 14 February 2008
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Submitted by Zorch on 14 February 2008
Can please some1 provide an actual donwload-link? Thanks.
User Comment
Submitted by TNT on 8 May 2006
xc8: "To use Retro Replay with browser first load it from MMC64, then
reset, exit to basic with 2*F7, then sys2070. It is not possible
to use RR with autobooting version."
User Comment
Submitted by ... on 7 May 2006
cool n nice..
if only it could cooperate with the RR.. :)
User Comment
Submitted by vigo on 26 October 2005
thanx a lot
User Comment
Submitted by JackAsser on 16 October 2005
FYI, Sasq's MMC bios have some support for loading multipart games since he overloaded the appropriate kernal vectors involvled. Turbo loaders will ofcourse never work.
User Comment
Submitted by TNT on 15 October 2005
macx: yes, unless someone patches those to load from MMC64. If you want 1541 compatibility, you get 1541.
User Comment
Submitted by macx on 15 October 2005
does this mean it will *always* be unable to run a multifiler, like pirates! or coma light 12?
User Comment
Submitted by TNT on 17 September 2005
It seems to redirect to correct address just nicely.
User Comment
Submitted by TNT on 17 September 2005
No, custom loaders would require cycle-exact 1541 emulation. The closest you can get is Jim Brain's uIEC which simulates C= serial and JiffyDOS protocols.

It *is* possible to patch kernal routines to allow simple load/save to work.
User Comment
Submitted by macx on 17 September 2005
it is really a good thing that it can run files from a .d64, but will it ever be able to "attach" the .d64 and use the MMC64 as some sort of device (ie. being able to run a fullside demo or such)? that is something that would rule the world.
User Comment
Submitted by TNT on 11 September 2005
Download URL changed so I don't have to upload every revision in multiple places. Check production notes for new features.
User Comment
Submitted by TNT on 10 May 2005
WIP, but usable for launching programs
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