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Std EditionC64 Tapuino SMD
Profile：C64 Tape Emulator with SD-Card Adapter and Cassette Port Plug
License: CC-BY-SA 3.0
Tapuino is a Commodore Datasette emulator for C16, C64, C128 and VIC-20 based on the design and firmware by Sweetlilmre. Put your TAP files on an SD-Card and plug the device in your good old Commodore.
An AVR programmer is required to flash the firmware. A cheap and reliable programmer is e.g. USBasp.
avrdude -c usbasp -p m328p -U flash:w:tapuino.hex -U lfuse:w:0xff:m -U hfuse:w:0xdb:m -U efuse:w:0xfd:m
Copy your TAP files to the SD card and insert the card into the SD card slot. Switch on your C64, enter the command "LOAD" and confirm with "Enter". Now select the desired file to be loaded on the Tapuino. Use the four buttons to do this and proceed as follows:
The game/program is now loaded to the C64 and the progress bar on the OLED display shows the loading status in percent.
Writing data onto the SD card is just as easy as reading from the card. All you have to do is select the "Record" option in the menu. Here are the steps:
On the C64: Load the data to be written to the card or write a little Basic program just for test purposes. Then initiate the saving process with the command "SAVE".
On the Tapuino:
|Select the recording mode. With "Manual" the file name must be entered manually, with "Automatic" a predefined name is generated automatically. If you want to choose the name yourself (manually) you have to type in the name using the buttons, which is very cumbersome.||Button||Function|
|PREV||cursor to the right|
|Press and hold NEXT||confirm|
The saved data is saved on the SD card in the directory "Recordings". These can also be loaded from there.
Not every program can be found in TAP format, but there is a way to convert images with a different format to TAP. The small Windows program WAV-PRG enables PRG, P00- and T64 files to be converted into TAP format. After opening the program, choose the second option "Convert a PRG, P00 or T64 to a sound or TAP or WAV" and click "OK". Now select the machine for which the file is to be converted from the drop-down menu, e.g. C64 PAL and click "OK". Now select the file to be converted. That's it, the TAP file is now ready for use with the Tapuino.
If you still have old tapes and a Commodore Datasette, you can use them to create TAP images. To do this, check out the project TapeBuddy64.
|7||OLED||J4||I2C OLED 0.96 NEW||1||SSD1306 I2C OLED|
|14||C64_CASS_PORT||J3||C64_CASS_PORT_2||1||805 Series 3.96mm Pitch Edge Connector|