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Old 14 May 2016, 13:03   #23
xArtx
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That hardware is a waste of time to connect the CD32 to a modern PC.
The CD32 original TTL serial port is compatible with the majority of USB to serial adapters,
where a proper RS232 serial port that other Amigas have isn’t.

Sending the data takes a long time over serial, but yes the whole lot works.
Bearing in mind the CD32 has little RAM, and the terminal program running on the CD32 consumes some of it,
then you have to download a file to it’s RAM disk, then run it.
On the WinUAE side you could give the CD32 more RAM, but a bit harder on the real hardware.
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