Yeah the only error was that it couldn't read it at the max 36MHz. If an sd card can't read at the full 36MHz it automatically reduces down until it gets a good read on it at a decent speed. That's all that is.rubber_jonnie wrote: ↑Sun Jul 30, 2023 11:42 amFair enough on those points. But if you look closely at the picture, it shows this:BrettRogersUK wrote: ↑Sun Jul 30, 2023 11:02 am
The pic earlier in the thread showed that the image wasn't found because it couldn't find it on the card, however it found the sd card as a mountable image because it was clean and reported the number of blocks the card had available. Otherwise it would have said that SD0 couldn't be found.
Screenshot 2023-07-30 at 11.27.03.png
Sure, there is an error, it can't find an image and it suggests SD0 is mounted, but it seems to be mounted as read only (ro), and I don't know if that is going to be an issue or not, just mentioning it.
BTW I fixed your image with a quick 90 degree rotate, and inserted it into the post inline.
I'd suggest you send me one over. I have a myriad of machines I can test it on and it'll verify one way or the other if it works or not. I have everything from a base 520ST up to my MSTE and most things in between, and unless you know if its working or not, you'll never know if it's your STE or not.
One other thing, I presume the image your using has drivers installed, if not then you'll need the drivers before it'll work.
The read-only part was of my own doing I hadn't soldered pin B0 (PB0) of the blue pill to GND to allow it to be read write. I quickly did this as can be seen in my image above and the card is now RW.
The speed issue was bought up in the video by @Badwolf and he turned his down to 8MHz and didn't get any errors so I did the same. Experimenting with different speeds until I didn't get the CID error. 8-12 MHz seemed to work for me. (viewtopic.php?f=29&t=4959)
I'll see if I can get your address from the time I sent you my board. Yes the image I'm using does have drivers. I have used it in my HATARI emulator on my computer and it works flawlessly. This is the image I'm using for my testjng of this device: https://atari.8bitchip.info/DiskImgPP1.html