think you missed the point. the whole idea of what he’s doing is so you can use a modern pc / laptop instead of having to dig out some old cruddy thing from you atticWill it still be possible to do possible future updates using the original pinball2000 update/communication software?
Maybe I’m a little old fashioned, I have a trusty Dell D630 laptop I use for my updates, it has all the useful functionality, serial port, VGA output, PCMCIA slot and the best bit a proper bay floppy drive and running XP, use it daily for work to communicate with CNC machines, so good I have three of them, just don’t let it near the internet!
Great work Jim
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