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#1738275 - 07/04/21 07:52 AM CD-R/CD-RW to usb interface ?
reddog Offline
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Hi all,

I have seen a number of floppy disk to USB convertor interfaces, where a USB memory stick can be 'seen' as multiple floppy discs, usually selectable via buttons on the external case.

These can fitted into keyboards, sequencers etc that have a floppy drive so the user can now have a USB memory card to read/save data onto.

Has anyone seen a CD-R/CD-RW to USB convertor interface?

This would be great to fit to VS2000CD and allow user to select/create CD images - convenient way to export files!

Thanks,

woof.

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#1738478 - 07/06/21 08:43 AM Re: CD-R/CD-RW to usb interface ? [Re: reddog]
dkfackler Offline
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reddog:

I'm doubtful that this would work, as when connected to a computer, the -2000 is seen as a USB volume(or multiple volumes). AFAIK, friend -2000 has no way to save files directly to USB.

I'd be more than happy to be proved wrong!

~dk

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