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MicroSD Not Working

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Posts 2
11 Aug 2019 16:02


Hi,
I have an A500 + Vampire V2+.
I am using CoffinOS R54
I tried several microsd card : Samsung, sandisk, from 1go to 128go.
none are detected when I do a sddiag in the command line.
Im connecting the SD card dirrectly without any extender.
Am I missing something ?
thanks a lot for your help.
R.


Simo Koivukoski
(Apollo Team Member)
Posts 419
12 Aug 2019 09:43


Format your SD card on PC to FAT32 fileformat in normal way. Do not use any Amiga tools like HDToolBox, SDMount or Giggledisk.

Make sure you have:

DEVS:sagasd.device
L:fat95
DEVS:DOSDrivers/SD0
DEVS:DOSDrivers/SD0.info

And on Startup-Sequence:

VControl SD=3

Make sure that your DEVS:DOSDrivers/SD0 mountlist uses partition geometry autosense, its contents must be like this:

            FileSystem     = l:fat95
            Unit          = 0
            Flags          = 0
            LowCyl        = 0
            HighCyl        = 0
            Surfaces      = 1
            BlocksPerTrack = 1
            BlockSize      = 512
            Buffers        = 300
            BufMemType    = 1
            BootPri        = 0
            Stacksize      = 4096
            Priority      = 5
            GlobVec        = -1
            DosType        = 0x46415401
            Device        = sagasd.device



Simo Koivukoski
(Apollo Team Member)
Posts 419
12 Aug 2019 09:51


If that didn't help, you should check inside the slot to make sure that pins are not bent or damaged.


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Posts 2
12 Aug 2019 13:48


Thanks a lot for your reply.
I will try when I get back home in 2 weeks.
I'll keep you posted.
R.


John William

Posts 379
13 Aug 2019 21:13


rebate rebate wrote:

Thanks a lot for your reply.
  I will try when I get back home in 2 weeks.
  I'll keep you posted.
  R.

I know this is off-topic..but I could not help but share this...I have turned my SDNet into an Ethernet port and I am using it to access the internet on my Amiga 500 :D

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