I just received my SD HxC Floppy emulator (version C with firmware 22.214.171.124) and I immediately connected it up to my Emax. After putting some disks onto my SD card, I gave it a quick check and it ran ok. Then a little later, I loaded one of my disks and did a few changes. When I then tried to write back to the SD, it gave out a click before the Emax display stated: Disk Error. The HxC display alternated between RA and WR a few times, then just stops on RA. There's no other text apart from the usual current sector text. This is on the disk that I loaded the sample from.
When I tried to format a disk within the Emax, the Emax gives out the error: DATA LOSS ERROR! The HxC display gives out the error message of: WEOE
This is quite a pain, as one of my main uses of the Emax is to sample things and thus save them onto disk to use later, and from the website it looks like the HxC should be able to write (even if it can't format a blank disk - which if it can't, how should I prepare a blank disk for the Emax?)
I've now tested this on my Amiga 1200, and I was able to rename a directory on the emulated floppy. So it is able to write ok in that instance, so the question is whether the firmware is working ok for the Emax, or if there's something wrong with the connection between my Emax and the HxC... (I should say that the Emax is able to write ok to normal floppy disks - so I don't think that's failing). Any ideas?
please post here a picture of your emulator (i want to see the jumper setting) and send me some of your file images.