[NTLK] Flash (or compact flash) for emate

Stephen Hankins ghankins at mac.com
Fri Oct 31 12:13:00 EDT 2014


Thanks, Woody. I think I may give the CF adaptor a shot, just for the heck of it. But I will keep your 5v card in mind. Do you know that an eMate will write to it? What is it's capacity? I'm mostly interested in using the card for a backup, since my NCU serial connection seems sometimes flakey.

Thanks!

Greg

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Greg Hankins
ghankins at mac.com
Mt. Gilead, NC

> On Oct 30, 2014, at 11:07 PM, Woody Smith <woodysmith at me.com> wrote:
> 
> I have an AMD series D 5v linear flash card I would sell for $30, contact me off list with offer.
> The compact flash will also work, the ATA driver is available and works pretty well.
> 
> Woody
> 
>> On Oct 30, 2014, at 9:26 PM, Stephen Hankins <ghankins at mac.com> wrote:
>> 
>> Hi All!
>> 
>> I would like to get a storage card for my eMate. I have several for my MP2100, but the eMate doesn't like any of them, I asusme because they are all 12v instead of 5v.
>> 
>> But the number of cards out there is a bit bewildering, the prices high, and the specifications sketchy. I wonder if anyone can recommend something in the 4-32MB range that will work with an eMate?
>> 
>> Alternatively, I have a couple of unused CompactFlash cards lying around from an old, dead camera. So I could buy one of those PCMCIA CF adaptors. Any recommendations on which of these for the eMate? I gather that one needs Paul Guyot's ATA drivers for this to work?
>> 
>> Cheers!
>> 
>> Greg
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