> certainly in the 64). Try copying the ROM to RAM and saving that. That > will also make it easier to load into a 64. On a 64, if you load > something on the same address where ROM is, you're bound to get a LOAD > ERROR, since the LOAD and VERIFY routines are somewhat mingled and a > LOAD also does a VERIFY. (or was that only from disk? hm, now I'm not > so sure anymore...the tape routines are the very hardest part of the > ROM to understand) For what it's worth, the 64 disk routines distinguish between a load and a verify; the main routine ($F7xx or so I think -- going from memory here) runs something like LDY verify flag BEQ :LOAD LDY #00 CMP ($AE),Y BEQ :NEXT JMP ERROR ;...something like this :LOAD STA ($AE),Y :NEXT so loading stuff into the ROM area is no problem. Just a little trivia :). -Steve
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