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Walkura
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« on: July 27, 2008, 07:40:06 19:40 »

Let me begin from how i come to asking about this .
Yesterday i was talking to my brother .
As always eager to try every new gadget for pc's
,he wanted to see if he could instal vista on memory card and boot from it like from a hard disc.
Now is my question -
Did any of you see schematics of how to connect big ramdisks to ata or s-ata ports .
I assume it would be possible with SD cards or maybe even DDR2 with battery backup

I hope you could shed some light on how to build this .

Have a nice eve Walkura

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« Reply #1 on: July 28, 2008, 02:11:37 02:11 »

Hi Walkura,

Thanks for sharing a great idea. I had never thought of it.

You can easily implement it with any good FPGA. Visit any of following FPGA maker's website, buy their low cost FPGA starter kit and you are done. Off-course, you all need to know VHDL or Verilog or C2FPGA language :

www.altera.com
www.xilinx.com
www.actel.com
www.lattice.com

Glad to have more feedback on the same from all.

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« Reply #2 on: November 12, 2008, 08:45:59 08:45 »

Someone did it.

http://www.design-gateway.com/english/productdetail.php?id=58

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