Re: Commodore PET find

From: Willi Kusche (
Date: 1999-01-29 16:36:13


    First of all, the 8032 has only 32K of RAM.  Video RAM lives at $8000. 
The BASIC, screen editor and kernel logic live in ROMs at $B000 to $FFFF.  The
8032 has sockets for two 4K ROMs at $9000 and $A000.  Those Oracle and
Paperclip ROMs must be in the $9000 and $A000 sockets.
    Whenever one of my PETs won't boot up properly, carefully removing and
re-inserting all socketed chips usually fixes the problem.  But you're getting
the startup chirp so it sounds as if your problem is in the video circuitry.


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