> > is a short between D4 and another data line (or ground). [..] > Eh, eh, eh eh, bit 3.... :-) D3, bit 4, whatever :-) Just a thing that occurred to me is that it could be possible that the cartridge port has just accumulated some bad habits like getting some sticky stuff or oxidised.. Cleaning the REU contacts and inserting/removing it a couple of times might do the trick, if it's not the DRAM that has gone bad.. -Pasi -- "You forgot the first rule of a fanatic. When you become obsessed with the enemy, you *become* the enemy." -- Sinclair to 'Tular' in Babylon 5:"Infection"
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