How to install MSX-DOS2 in the MSX hard drive.
You've spent a few months coding an MSX game and it's now ready for release. However, there's one little problem: you want to sell it as a cartridge. You're going to need to make circuit boards, solder components, buy cartridge cases, and make a package that looks good. It's not an easy task. Fortunately, there are manufacturers who can help you with this task. In this article we review three of them: MSX Cartridge Shop, Repro Factory and Matra.
How to set up an emulator (openMSX) to emulate a Panasonic FS-A1GT computer with a Sunrise IDE interface and hard drive. In case you don’t have a real MSX for development.
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