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Old 25 November 2014, 10:33   #1
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Archiving CD32 NVRAM saves without special hardware?

Hi all,

I was wondering if anyone had a process of backing up CD32 NVRAM saves without special hardware (eg a CD32 with a sernet connection to another
Amiga), or any ideas how it could conceivably be done?

The reason I'm asking is I was planning to write a simple C app that renders the contents of NVRAM as a QR-Code (A high resolution QR-Code appears to have just enough capacity to do that) so saves can be extracted by scanning the TV with a smartphone, and then reconverted to files for restoration (in WinUAE or back on the CD32 if you burn the save file onto a disc). It's not an ideal scenario so if anyone could come up with something easier that would be much appreciated!

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