Hi. I have a DATEL Comms Link ISA (8-bit hence this topic http://www.assemblergames.com/forums...6-bit-ISA-slot) card.
I plugged it into my 16-bit slot, and it does nothing. I dont know if there are drivers I need to install, or it is already working.
My main goal, is to get a fake action replay to talk with the CAETLA software over comms.
However, I have tried with real action replays, Xplorers, etc...
CAETLA is just not working correctly, and I dont know why.
The parallel port address on my motherboard, is 0x378 on IRQ 7.
The parallel port address on the DATEL Comms Link ISA card is by default 0x320, but again, I think it needs drivers(?).
I can upload executables fine over the standard Xplorer with Xkiller over the address 0x378, so everything works. The cable, port, card, PlayStation, etc...
Whenever I try to talk to the PlayStation (fake action replay, Xplorer, original action replay, etc), the PS1 freezes, and the cards will then not show a picture upon restarting. I have to let them sit there for a few minutes before they work again, fully unplugged...
I am running Windows 98 (SE).
Any ideas, and does the comms link ISA card have a driver?