This is how I flashed my Audrey using the equipment utilized below.
USB for Compact Flash
Sandisk Image mate SDDR-31 - $29.00
Crucial 32Meg Cf card BG11167.3H - $18.00 www.crucial.com
Crucials 32Meg card has a capacity of 32112640 bytes.
PROGRAM TO WRTIE IMAGES TO SANDISK THAT WORKS WITH W98
this zip file contains two images
au.dsk - is the updated almost stock after all updates and Pterm added to options for Crucial 32M cards
jay3.dsk - is Jayklm with the correct chksum for Crucial 32M cards
1. Unzip Gemxplor.exe into a subdirectory
2. download and place au.dsk into same directory and or jay3.dsk
3. execute Gemxlpor
4. select Scsi:ctl2 dev:0 (sandisk image mate)
5. Place card in sandisk drive
6. select FILE then Select WRITE IMAGE FILE TO PHySICAL DISK
7. find either AU.dsk or jay3.dsk in the subdirectory
This will write the image to the CF
8. With the Audrey unpluged put the Cf into the Audrey.
Label to the back.
9. Hold down the Calender button (TOp left) and sleep button (bottom right) and plug in the Audrey.
Follow the directions on the screen
I had to modify Jayklm.cf because the mkcf program kept
So I used a hex editor and Vbasic to extend it to 32112640 and I placed the checksum in by hand.
By the way this was the comment I read on an audry board that lead me in the right way.
Add up the dwords (unsigned 32-bit integers) in the part
of the image you want to flash (e.g., all 16 megabytes,possibly less).
The result should equal the value stored in
little-endian format at (CF card size - 512 + 12) in the image (right after 'KOJA' stored in little-endian format). Here is my complete archive of working source for this
project. Not a lot of it makes sense right now, but it does contain a program that will do the computation for you.
Email me if you have questions: