[Coladam] Transferring Data to/from PC

geoffrey oltmans oltmansg at bellsouth.net
Fri Sep 23 20:38:42 CEST 2011

The most common ways are usually to transfer programs straight from 5.25" media 
on a PC, with an older more capable FDC controller, 486, or early Pentium 
vintage at latest, or to use a modem connection like the ADAM Link or a serial 
port expander card.

From: "tscott at magiqueproductions.com" <tscott at magiqueproductions.com>
To: Coladam at adamcon.org
Sent: Fri, September 23, 2011 11:56:28 AM
Subject: [Coladam] Transferring Data to/from PC

Aside from an ADAM Link Modem, what other methods have people used to
transfer data from an ADAM to a PC (and vice versa)? I'm not a hardware
guy so I'm not really sure what methods might be used except maybe the
joystick port since I saw someone do that with the Atari Jaguar. However,
I wouldn't know how to build a cable to do that anyway. So, I was hoping
maybe there were some solutions out there and parts available to purchase
from someone.

Ultimately, I want to be able to transfer my programs written on the ADAM
to a PC so they can be run on an emulator. Or maybe even transfer files
written on the PC to the ADAM.


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