[DIY] Making memory backup

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[DIY] Making memory backup

Postby Daniel » May Mon 13, 2013 6:09 pm

Hi there, I made a power backup of the RAM of the Micro Kim with a CR 2032, one battery holder and two germanium diodes.

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Here are steps to follow to achieve. This is in French because I'm French. It is expected that I make a translation in the coming weeks.

I am at your disposal if you need any explanations.

Regards

Daniel
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Re: [DIY] Making memory backup

Postby jibanes » Feb Sun 16, 2014 12:05 pm

Would this work instead (seems easier)?
Est-ce que tu penses que cela marchera mieux? ca parait plus simple.

http://www.pinitech.com/products/6264_adapter.php
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Re: [DIY] Making memory backup

Postby Paul Förster » Apr Mon 28, 2014 6:28 am

Hi jibanes,

jibanes wrote:Would this work instead (seems easier)?
Est-ce que tu penses que cela marchera mieux? ca parait plus simple.

http://www.pinitech.com/products/6264_adapter.php


I would love to try this out. But the website says "Currently only shipping to US, Canada & Australia. Orders to any other countries will be denied and refunded." :( This is bad because I live in Switzerland. So I can't order. :(

Cheers,

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