ADTPro serial und Apple IIc

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ewu
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hello

I have problems with ADTPro serial and Apple IIc.
I can ADTPro 2.0 transferred from the PC to the Apple IIc.
If I upload a program can not save to the floppy I do.
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ewu

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Re: ADTPro serial und Apple IIc

Picture 4.jpg - ADTPro crashed when it was asking what volumes were in the system. This can happen when ADTPro (a ProDOS application) is running on top of the DOS operating system.

When you started your IIc, did you have a DOS disk in the drive? If you are bootstrapping ADTPro for the first time, you must start from a completely blank machine - see these instructions, and pay particular attention to #2:
http://adtpro.sourceforge.net/bootstrap.html#Starting_from_bare_metal

ewu
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Re: ADTPro serial und Apple IIc

hello

I always had a floppy in the drive, my mistake.
If I Speediboot and ADTPro start without disk in the drive,
I have the following error message. See pictures. 5 and 6

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Uwe

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Re: ADTPro serial und Apple IIc

ewu wrote:

If I Speediboot and ADTPro start without disk in the drive,
I have the following error message. See pictures. 5 and 6

Picture 5.jpg is normal - you should hit ctrl-esc to reset and get to the Applesoft prompt "]". I assume that's how you got to 6.jpg... which is _not_ normal. The crash is down in page 2 of memory - ADTPro doesn't have any code down there.

I'm a little confused - if you started with DOS, but did speediboot anyway, at least ADTPro finished loading and started up. But with no OS loaded, you don't even get that far?