Ruud Baltissen wrote: > I have once tried to copy a FC3 but stopped this project due to the fact that I > got two others for free. I once did it, it worked well but it looked like a real mess. I still wonder if they used some sort of a copy protection, because it didn't work on the first try but only after I removed a capacitor. Maybe they used a fake one and the whole cart won't work if you put in a real one, I don't know. I also still have the schematics I made back then, but I really doubt it could be reproduced by anyone else than me ;-) Last time I looked at it, I also had to take a look at real FC3 to decode my drawings. Nowadays I also have original versions of the FC3. Actually it never really made sense to copy it, because it sold for 69DM and today I think that this is really cheap. Of course you get the parts for less, but all the work for manually wiring the chips or making your own PCB also takes a lot of time. But when I was 16 or so time didn't matter that much ;-) Nicolas - This message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list. To unsubscribe: echo unsubscribe | mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
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