Is it possible to somehow access an ardu with maybe a SD module as regular harddisk in Windows?
do you maybe have a source why its impossible?
i cant imagine that id be that first who thinks that that would be very handy.
"The big thing that is nice about the 8u2 is that advanced users can turn it into a different kind of USB device. For example it can act like a keyboard or mouse. Or a disk driver. Or a MIDI interface, etc. Right now there are no examples of how to do this, but we hope to post some shortly."
But they r wrong?
maybe not as a harddisk but just in a way that you would not have to pull out the sd card and put it in a reader to get access to the txts
Version 0.9Support for Arduino versions 0019 and 0021USB Disk type added, supporting both SD Flash and internal flashFix Arduino bugs #29, #78, #209, #235Emulate Arduino reboot behavior with Serial Monitor window is opened [/quoteI have not tested it so I can't guarantee anything