Finally did a full backup of my Tidalwave PS-3000

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Kyodai
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Finally did a full backup of my Tidalwave PS-3000

Postby Kyodai » Sun May 07, 2017 10:18 pm

Well so far i didn't try any of the drivers on other palmtops...

But anyway for the sake of completeness here is the full backup of all 4 drives:


http://www.tankraider.com/userup/1494266543.zip

Most interesting (probably):

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Flash File System support
device=c:\tools\dblflash.exe
device=c:\tools\ms-flash.sys
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PCMCIA drivers:

device=f:\pcmcs.exe /FLASH /ADDR=D0 /NOPM
device=f:\pcmscd.exe /COM=2 /LEVEL
device=f:\pseudo.sys
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ATA TYPE III HDD or I/O Mode ( /0:slot A, /1:slot B )
device=c:\tools\pcmata.sys /0 /addr=ac
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ATA Card Memory Mode
device=c:\tools\sdpdrv.sys /d:2
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Memory card tool
C:\tools\MEMCARD.EXE
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Utility menu
C:\tools\UTIMENU.EXE







...and more

Kyodai
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Re: Finally did a full backup of my Tidalwave PS-3000

Postby Kyodai » Mon May 08, 2017 11:08 am

...and if you're curious or wanna run some of these through your hex-editor i have unpacked all executables - most were packed using PKLITE.

http://www.tankraider.com/userup/1494288901.zip

LyndonF
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Re: Finally did a full backup of my Tidalwave PS-3000

Postby LyndonF » Wed Aug 02, 2017 8:49 am

Thanks for the backup!

Kyodai
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Re: Finally did a full backup of my Tidalwave PS-3000

Postby Kyodai » Thu Aug 03, 2017 6:58 am

You're welcome. Did you use the files on any tidalwave? Just being curious here... If i have time i gotta try them on a PS-1000, maybe the PCMCIA drivers work...


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