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Offline Garns

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Enterprise SD Interface
« on: 2022.February.09. 15:51:36 »
Hello,

I have just come into possission of an Enterprise 64 and now want to be able to attach some type of mass storage device to it.

Does anyone know if details exist on how to build an SD Interface for the Enterprise?  I see that an interface existsed at one point in time, but it does not seem to be available anywmore, so I was hoping that there might be links to documentation that outlined how to make one as a DIY project.

Thanks

Mark

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Re: Enterprise SD Interface
« Reply #1 on: 2022.February.12. 19:53:10 »
I think SzörG can give you more information.
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Offline port-retro

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Re: Enterprise SD Interface
« Reply #2 on: 2023.January.23. 21:57:44 »
I gave up gently asking him every six months after a few years.  Initially got a response, but then nothing.  I even offered to pre-pay for several interfaces as there's a lot of interest for them here in Australia at least.

Luckily I was offered one second hand.

Please don't take this as disparaging anyone - I know what it's like when you get busy and people are pestering you for something.

It would be awesome if the design, or some design, were made open source so that people can make their own if the original person isn't able to. 

Brett.

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Re: Enterprise SD Interface
« Reply #3 on: 2023.January.24. 00:00:08 »
I humbly withdraw my small complaint about not hearing back for a few years ;)

https://enterpriseforever.com/interface/sd-card-interface/495/