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NanoPeb, CF7, Flashrom99, can't decide which to get


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i have some questions about the devices.

for the nanpeb, can you turn off the emulated disk drive(s) and use just the memory?

 

can the flashrom99 be used like a minimem, that is, save XB/console basic programs to it like a disk device?

or is it only for emulating solid state carts/games?

 

over all, i want to aviod tracking down the really expensive stuff like disk controller and drives, 32k, for my ti to make it functional.

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i have some questions about the devices.

for the nanpeb, can you turn off the emulated disk drive(s) and use just the memory?

 

can the flashrom99 be used like a minimem, that is, save XB/console basic programs to it like a disk device?

or is it only for emulating solid state carts/games?

 

over all, i want to aviod tracking down the really expensive stuff like disk controller and drives, 32k, for my ti to make it functional.

 

The flashrom device is just a storage medium for cartridge files. You cannot store XB programs to it the way you would a disk or cassette device.

 

The nanoPEB is a great option as it has 32k, up to 3 400k disk drives and the 9902 for serial communications (version 1). Pairing both of them together is a great way to get the most out of your system without breaking the bank.

 

You cannot simply use the 32k option. if that is all you want then you can buy a 32k side card board designed by jedi Matt from Arcadeshopper.com

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