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MMC64 REU Plugin   [2007]

MMC64 REU Plugin Release Date :
14 September 2007

Type :
REU Release

User rating:awaiting 8 votes (6 left)   See votestatistics

Credits :
Code .... Doc Bacardi of The Dreams

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User Comment
Submitted by booker on 24 September 2009
Thx for the info Groepaz.
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Submitted by chatGPZ on 24 September 2009
guess what the passtrough connector on mmc64 is for =P

for mmcr you need some expansion port expander, no idea where to find them these days though.
User Comment
Submitted by ready. on 24 September 2009
where can I find the connector to plug in both REU and MMC into the expansion port?
User Comment
Submitted by chatGPZ on 24 September 2009
i got your point quite well. there is no way to do vice like snapshots except with a freezer. and just saving entire ram is trivial (but its not a vice like snapshot).
User Comment
Submitted by booker on 24 September 2009
Groepaz, ok, you didn't get my point. NVM.

Also freezers don't work so well as you may expect :P
User Comment
Submitted by chatGPZ on 24 September 2009
Then you can do RAM snapshots like Vice can, yes?

no, for that you need a freezer. simply saving the entire ram can be done in pretty much every cartridge that has a monitor. no reu needed for either :)
User Comment
Submitted by booker on 24 September 2009
Would be nice to have a cartidge like that. Also for 1541U.


And back too.

Then you can do RAM snapshots like Vice can, yes? With 512KB or 32MB REU you can have several hot snapshots there too.
User Comment
Submitted by hannenz on 14 September 2007
no, there is n odemo dump included, sorry and no it won't work in VICE, since VICE doesn't emulate MMC64 (or does it and i don't know about it??)
could folks please report, if the plugin is working or not, since i got a whole lotta feedback of users who won't get it working for reasons, i can't explain, so i would like to know if this is a general problem or more like some incompatibility with some sd-cards or the like.
User Comment
Submitted by FMan on 14 September 2007
All right. Cool! Screenshot looks very nice. I will test it and hopefully there is a demo dump included. :-) Thank you!

PS. Does this work in Vice? ;-)
User Comment
Submitted by hannenz on 13 September 2007
NOW! Now you have it!
Enjoy this plugin; read the readme for details....
User Comment
Submitted by hannenz on 10 September 2007
hello there. first of all: i did release this package just in a german forum because people there demanded kind of a preview for TESTING! I did NOT release this HERE, because it is completely unfinished. It is nice to see my work appreciated here and people being interested in my releases but i think this should have NOT been released here in this state. (else i would have released it myself, as i always do if i have something to share, which i think other people could like ;)
Second: I wrote a similar comment some days ago here and no ot has moved to the "trivia" section... why is this...???!!

well, now that the entry is here already... ok. I am working in the moment on finishing this tool, which will take me some one or two more days.. to keep you informed, let me tell about what it will be: I have added a nice User Interface where you will choose if the REU is either dumped to MMC or restored from MMC. I'll still have to implement the write routine, so gimme a little more time.

@all: thanks for postive feedback anyway :)
User Comment
Submitted by Stinky on 9 September 2007
Excellent concept.
User Comment
Submitted by d0c on 7 September 2007

if you got any questions you can email them to -> hannenz@freenet.de
User Comment
Submitted by FMan on 7 September 2007
How do you dump the RAM Expansion Unit's contents into a file then? :)
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