You can download the portable Windows software below. Take a look at What's New/Fixed in this version and to download older versions.
For help, and discussion, Join the Discord Channel.
If you are using HD floppy disks in any way, please read this.
Note: The Window application contains an automatic-update checker. This is 100% anonymous, I'll never even know. Check the code if you don't believe me!
This project is available under the GNU General Public Licence V3
. All the source code is available on GitHub
This repository includes:
- A Visual Studio 2019 Windows Console Application
- A Visual Studio 2019 Windows GUI Application
- A make file to build the console application under Linux
- A set of libraries used to read and process the data into ADF files
- A set of libraries used to read an ADF file and write it back to a disk
- A diagnostics module to help you check your wiring!
- The sketch source code for the Arduino
Other Versions and Ports
If you don't want to use the Arduino platform, then you can switch to native AVR support thanks to John Tsiombikas. You can find his port on GitHub also, at https://github.com/jtsiomb/usbamigafloppy.
AVR Firmware/POSIX version
Theres also a version by Gianluca Renzi which incudes AV and POSIX support. You can find his verion at https://github.com/gianlucarenzi/ArduinoFloppyDiskReader.
The console application will now compile under Linux. On slower devices like the Raspberry Pi3 its not as reliable as it should be. This is a limitation of the FTDI driver.