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PostPosted: 2012-08-18, 2:23:35 

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Hey, I just noticed that it's pretty easy to find PMD data in M88's RAM viewer :P So now I have a couple of questions for those familiar with japanese computers:

1. Is there a way to extract content from PC88 floppies? Especially those with moved filetable
2. Is there a way to dump YM2608 RAM in M88 or other PC88 emulator? I know it's possible to record s98, find ADPCM register writes, strip commands and leave data but that's frustrating :U
3. How can I attach ADPCM to PMD?

P.S. Tokugawa corp forums are more appropriate place for this but I cant register account there so, Knurek, if you read this may I ask you to repost this post there?


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PostPosted: 2012-10-09, 23:55:31 

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tails_ wrote:
Hey, I just noticed that it's pretty easy to find PMD data in M88's RAM viewer :P So now I have a couple of questions for those familiar with japanese computers:

1. Is there a way to extract content from PC88 floppies? Especially those with moved filetable
2. Is there a way to dump YM2608 RAM in M88 or other PC88 emulator? I know it's possible to record s98, find ADPCM register writes, strip commands and leave data but that's frustrating :U
3. How can I attach ADPCM to PMD?

P.S. Tokugawa corp forums are more appropriate place for this but I cant register account there so, Knurek, if you read this may I ask you to repost this post there?


d88edj can extract data from floppies if I am not mistaken. I'll check my tools at home, but I also recall there being a command line tool (maybe the same one) that will let you extract data by sector of the disk. This is helpful for when the file table is not standard. I used it to extract the PCM data from some music disks for Hoot.

Disk Explorer may help too.


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PostPosted: 2012-10-10, 5:47:51 

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Oh, thanks. I definitely remember there was command line tool for extracting data too, but i lost it :v


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