This week on 10 Minute Amiga Retro Cast I am reviewing the fantastic GreaseWeazle Version 4 from Kiers Fraser and assembled and sold by AmigaKit. This wonderful device allows us to use a PC Floppy drive to read and write Amiga 880 KB floppies and create ADF files. And now we can use it in WinUAE as a real Amiga Floppy! Nifty! Join me in reviewing this product and learning how it works.
Want to buy a GreaseWeazle? Check with AmigaKit!
Check out Kiers Github page here:
Everyone needs a FluxMyFluffyFloppy GUI!
Update to WinUAE Beta to read the GreaseWeazle:
Here is some HxC Floppy Emulator software that can be used to convert files.
Check out Jan Beta's YouTube channel, too:
Join the GreaseWeazle Facebook Group!
Index of all the fun!
2:02 Enter... The Greaseweazle
3:12 Anazlyzing the Hardware
6:19 Installing the Software
11:16 FluxMyFluffyFloppy GUI
18:43 Testing a disk on an A1000
19:34 Using Greaseweazle with WinUAE
27:41 Issues I found
29:54 Patrons and Outro
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How does the floppy drive get power?ReplyDelete
The video never showed the hardware hookup?
Yes the date cable and usb are easy to figure out..