Originally Posted by Schoenfeld
Your text doesn't mention ACA500 anywhere. Also, the ACA500 does not do anything on floppy signals (no physical connection), and it can't even detect if it's a real floppy or a floppy emulator. You need to find the fault in a different place, maybe your power supply?
I didn't mean to imply that the floppy itself was in any way affected... I think that the software that the emulator uses to boot is just not playing nice with the way the ACA500 starts. That's all.
I use a customized PC power supply, which provides a very stable and clean voltage... but again, I think this is more of a emulator boot software problem.
Overall, my experiences today with the ACA500 where very positive. I got the CF Card to boot right off the bat.