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Am!ga 
HDF help
Posted on 24-Sep-2017 10:27:06
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From: Strawberry Fields

Hi!

I have an Amiga 1200 with 2 CF-cards. One CF-card has 2 partitions, one for boot/preferences etc. and one for programs and tools. The other CF-card has all data stored, such as documents, pictures, demos, games etc.

What I would like to do is to convert my CF-card into HDF-files (and keep current partions). The HDF-files will later be used with my PI.

I have read that it is possible to connect an Amiga formated harddrive to a PC and start WinUAE and create a HDF-file and then transfer all files. Though, my PC has no IDE-port and using an IDE->USB converter fails.

Any suggestions?

Thanks!

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thomas 
Re: HDF help
Posted on 24-Sep-2017 10:59:21
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From: Germany

@Am!ga

You can use just any USB CF card reader or multi card reader. For example something like this.

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Am!ga 
Re: HDF help
Posted on 24-Sep-2017 12:05:32
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From: Strawberry Fields

@thomas

After a bit of struggeling, the harddrive is showing, but I get a GM everytime I try to boot. Tried to fiddle with different settings, but no luck so far.

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Am!ga 
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Posted on 24-Sep-2017 19:34:05
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From: Strawberry Fields

Yes! Mystery solved. It happened to be my USB->IDE converter that was incompatible. Got hold of an old USB CF-card-reader and WinUAE happily read and converted my partitions into a HDF file. Next step .. setting up PI.

Thanks!

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Hypex 
Re: HDF help
Posted on 25-Sep-2017 14:59:12
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From: Greensborough, Australia

@Am!ga

What's a GM? General Motors pop up?

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Am!ga 
Re: HDF help
Posted on 25-Sep-2017 15:28:33
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@Hypex

You have two guesses ..

Green Martians

or

Guru Meditation

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Hypex 
Re: HDF help
Posted on 26-Sep-2017 15:25:11
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From: Greensborough, Australia

@Am!ga



Damn it those Grim Reapers have clouded my mind. GR. I knew I was close but just couldn't get there. SA would have been worse.

Software Alert.

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