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Old 11 May 2014, 07:20   #1
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RED Floppy - HD LED's

What does the LED's in the emulation window for HD and Floppy access mean?

Hard to read sectors on the Disk? NDOS elements?

Sometimes the LED's display black and some display red while being read/accessed. Just wondering.

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Old 11 May 2014, 10:46   #2
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HD, CD & DF0 to DF3.... Black=reading, Red=writing, Grey=not attached/accessed

NV...Is for non volatile memory? CDTV, CD32
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Old 11 May 2014, 13:41   #3
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Yeah, NV is CD32 and CDTV internal storage access led. (CDTV is not non-volatile but close enough, it is internal storage)
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Old 11 May 2014, 16:29   #4
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OK Thanks. I didn't think about it being read/write colors. Good to know anyway.
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