Willi Kusche wrote: > > Hi! > > 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. Well, this one has 64KB. No lie. There's a little board that goes on top (with the CPU on it) has four rows of 8 4116's. In my book, that's 64KB. :) So I guess looking at the motherboard, that means I've got 96kb! :) *Geoff!* - This message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list. To unsubscribe: echo unsubscribe | mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
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