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Re: SD card interface
« Reply #300 on: 2015.May.03. 17:38:59 »
Because smalldemo takes all the Ram available. That is a soft reset after it.

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Re: SD card interface
« Reply #301 on: 2015.May.16. 12:38:06 »
Does anyone know a free tool that allows copying files to the vhd for use with the sd adapter?
The free version of partition guru doesn't let you do that...
Which do you use?

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Re: SD card interface
« Reply #302 on: 2015.May.16. 12:56:35 »
In Windows 7 (or later) you can mount the VHD as hard disk.
Other way: buy SD to SATA converter and put to external 2.5" USB Sata hdd case. Then you can access all partitions of the EP SD card. (Or hack the SD reader driver, look in google: flip removable bit)
The first partition allways can be accessed.
As I know Linux see all partitions without any trick.

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Re: SD card interface
« Reply #303 on: 2015.May.16. 13:21:08 »
ok, works fine in win8 too:oops:
When I've tried earlier my computer hanged quite hard so I assumed that win8 can't deal with the particular format of vhd you use and didn't try again after that. Partition guru had no problems reading it but I couldn't copy files to the sd.:oops:
(I've always had talent for asking stupid questions)
« Last Edit: 2015.May.16. 19:00:30 by ssr86 »

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Re: SD card interface
« Reply #304 on: 2015.May.16. 22:32:52 »
I sent an E-Mail to SzörG using the address shown a few posts back, but have not heard any thing back yet. Are these still available to purchase please?

I hope I am not being impatient, but do not want to miss out on one of these. Very excited :)

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Re: SD card interface
« Reply #305 on: 2015.May.16. 23:02:30 »
Sorry for the late answer, so little time have ...
Now sold out, but we produce more Sd Adapter shortly :-)

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Re: SD card interface
« Reply #306 on: 2015.July.10. 12:55:36 »
Now sold out, but we produce more Sd Adapter shortly :-)

Hi SzörG, I sent you a PM to see if you have an ETA for availability. Eager to add such interface into my machine ;-)
« Last Edit: 2015.July.10. 13:36:58 by slugman »

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Re: SD card interface
« Reply #307 on: 2015.July.27. 22:18:43 »
Hi All!

The next batch of  Enterprise Premium SD Adapter for pre-order :-)
Planned release in 2015 August -September month.

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Re: SD card interface
« Reply #308 on: 2015.September.13. 22:39:01 »
Hi All!

The next batch of  Enterprise Premium SD Adapter for pre-order :-)
Planned release in 2015 August -September month.

I am not sure if you got it (as not showing in Sent Messages), but I sent you a PM about purchasing one (I asked back in May).

Please let me know if this is possible and the details.

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Re: SD card interface
« Reply #309 on: 2015.September.18. 14:04:53 »
Thanks! I picked up the pre-order.
Unfortunately, the adapter is not ready yet :-(

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Re: SD card interface
« Reply #310 on: 2015.October.11. 18:02:49 »
Hello

Does anybody have the stl file for 3d printing of a cartridge to keep protected my sd interface.
Or does it make sense to create it ?

Ooops ... i've found it on facebook enterprise group :
http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1003869

Thanks for it.
« Last Edit: 2015.October.11. 18:11:03 by dmacoco »

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Re: SD card interface
« Reply #311 on: 2015.October.11. 18:14:20 »

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Re: SD card interface
« Reply #312 on: 2015.October.12. 19:45:12 »
How much did it cost you (all who have got it 3d printed)?
Did you get it out of PLA or ABS?

I asked for some offers but for now got only two in return and an ABS version was about 27euro around here (I was looking for comanies in the city I work in)...
The PLA was around 16euro...

Should I look some more or are these prices not that bad for one set...?

Is it hard to finish such 3d printed case?

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Re: SD card interface
« Reply #313 on: 2015.October.12. 22:45:21 »
I have mine from.... an unused Basic cartridge.

The Premium version has the exact dimensions, I only had to work a little slot on the joint of the two halves for the opening of the sd-card bay.

I still have unused the Micro-SD bay, but I've planned to put in it the permanent files as it is blocked by the case and I don't want to open a big hole to access it.

If  some day  a good option is offered I will re-assemble the Basic cartridge. I don't like the finish of the actual 3-d printing technology...
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Re: SD card interface
« Reply #314 on: 2015.October.13. 22:31:55 »
I have mine from.... an unused Basic cartridge.
Unfortunately I don't have one...

The Premium version has the exact dimensions, I only had to work a little slot on the joint of the two halves for the opening of the sd-card bay.

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If  some day  a good option is offered I will re-assemble the Basic cartridge. I don't like the finish of the actual 3-d printing technology...
I don't know much about 3d-print. What do you mean about the finish?

Has anyone tried printing the case and could share some photos after print and when finished (and maybe how much did it cost)?