Andre Fachat wrote: > So you need special ROMs for Execudesk. I guess no one > has them....? I don't - this makes me think, however. I know I've passed up at least one PET/CBM at the thrift store, figuring I already have 3, and it never once occurred to me that perhaps some of these machines have special stuff *inside* - say, Execu-Desk ROMs or 64k RAM expansion boards??? :/ I usually have a set of screwdrivers in the car with me - I'll have to start making use of them :) > There is not, by any chance, a schematic for the 64k add-on > board? Nope, just two fairly nice photographs. > > The CBM Expansion Memory Board User's Guide - about > > adding 64k of RAM to your 8032, essentially. Inside > Could you scan that document? Yup - what type of files? And should I email them to you? .pcx are what it defaults to. I don't have software for OCR though - I'd just be using the scanner at work (after hours ;)... > > And finally, about a 40 page booklet which is an > > assembly listing of "ADD-ON-MON", a 64k-add-on > > monitor - basically seems to be a monitor to > > allow you to use the extra 64k. > > Oops. I remember having seen that already. Ruud, you sent > me a copy of it, right? But I don't think it was 40 pages. I took a better look at that booklet - it's about 60 pages, the first 30 of which are the source to ADD-ON-MON. Then there's an 8 page ADD-ON LOADER program, to load files into extra mem. Then 18 pages or so of source for EXPANDED BASIC, which seems to give BASIC 4.0 some use of the extra RAM. -- Robin Harbron firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.tbaytel.net/macbeth - This message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list. To unsubscribe: echo unsubscribe | mail email@example.com.
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