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  • M4x1mumReZ @ M4x1mumReZ:
    @Veho, Thanks. I thought that this would run Windows, and also Android.
  • M4x1mumReZ @ M4x1mumReZ:
    Even Linux :D
  • Veho @ Veho:
    Yeah the Odin is a surprisingly capable machine.
    +1
  • M4x1mumReZ @ M4x1mumReZ:
    Even more capable than the Steam Deck?
  • Shape @ Shape:
    I need one now
    +1
  • Jonnathann_2022 @ Jonnathann_2022:
    Vocês não entenderam. Existe uma coisa chamada compatibilidade de driver USB. A forma como o EFA grava os jogos não é como a memória flash. É uma memória que simula uma memória de um cartucho com alguns endereços onde a cada endereço é alocado um jogo. Na verdade, é um processo muito semelhante à gravação de uma eprom. É por isso que a versão da unidade USB 2.0 deve ser compatível porque é o sistema operacional que faz a gravação. Usei uma VM windows xp no meu notebook Samsung Essentials e não consegui gravar o driver que reconhece o cartucho, aparece uma mensagem de erro.
  • M4x1mumReZ @ M4x1mumReZ:
    @Jonnathann_2022,
    Please translate this into English pls.
  • M4x1mumReZ @ M4x1mumReZ:
    It's okay.
  • Jonnathann_2022 @ Jonnathann_2022:
    You guys didn't understand. There is a thing called usb driver compatibility. The way EFA records games is not like flash memory. It is a memory that simulates a memory of a cartridge with some addresses where each address is allocated a game. It's actually a process very similar to burning an eprom. That's why the version of the USB 2.0 drive has to be compatible because it's the OS that does the recording. I used a windows xp VM on my Samsung Essentials notebook and I couldn't write the driver that recognizes the cartridge, an error message appears.
  • Shape @ Shape:
    The way a software operates the USB is independent of the drivers you are using for USB.
    +1
  • Shape @ Shape:
    We do understand, I work in IT, and I'm pretty sure M4x1mumReZ does as well.
    +1
  • M4x1mumReZ @ M4x1mumReZ:
    @Jonnathann_2022, I don't even understand a single word from this. A typical USB device communicates via drivers.
  • M4x1mumReZ @ M4x1mumReZ:
    @Shape, I don't work for an IT job, still a full-time college student. I am though knowledgeable about computers, I can tell you that.
    +1
  • Shape @ Shape:
    Lucky, working suxx:rofl2:
    +1
  • K3N1 @ K3N1:
    Computers aren't really rocket science these days
    +1
  • Jonnathann_2022 @ Jonnathann_2022:
    If it was flash memory, yes, but we are saying that there is software that is recorded via the OS on the cartridge that makes the OS recognize this cartridge, understand? Do the following, take a new machine of yours with a VM and try to do this test to get the EFA working. I would greatly appreciate it.
  • M4x1mumReZ @ M4x1mumReZ:
    The operating system detects the type of device via the hardware ID embedded into the microcontroller of the device.
  • Shape @ Shape:
    He's trying to explain that the EFA linker program "burns" to flash ROM instead of communicating with a flash drive. Which, again, has very little to do with the USB drivers.
    +1
  • M4x1mumReZ @ M4x1mumReZ:
    @Shape, I see. Didn't know what he meant by that though.
  • Shape @ Shape:
    And also apparently he thinks that the cartridge is not connecting properly because of the Windows USB driver. Either his cartridge is damaged or he has one of the knock-offs that required an extra device driver for the flash cartridge itself
    +1
  • Jonnathann_2022 @ Jonnathann_2022:
    It doesn't communicate with flash, it doesn't have any kind of flash memory. There is a type of memory that simulates the original memory of the cartridge, since it has more addresses for more than one game.
  • M4x1mumReZ @ M4x1mumReZ:
    @Jonnathann_2022,
    Try cleaning the contacts of the cart with isopropyl alcohol then try re-connecting the cart to the reader and see if it registers.
  • Jonnathann_2022 @ Jonnathann_2022:
    You record the games in addresses
  • M4x1mumReZ @ M4x1mumReZ:
    If not, then the cartridge must be faulty.
    M4x1mumReZ @ M4x1mumReZ: If not, then the cartridge must be faulty.