Many thanks for all of your help - though I have no idea where I got the PET ROMs from (I've never looked inside a PET). On Fri, 9 Apr 1999, William Levak wrote: > On Fri, 9 Apr 1999, Ethan Dicks wrote: > > > Most of the following information is from a list of ROMs for PETs, VICs, > > drives and printers that I am in the middle of OCRing. I will post the > > resulting file on my web page (http://www.infinet.com/~erd/retrocomputing/) > > when I finish tidying up. In the meantime, here's answers to most of it. This file should find its way onto funet - it's evidently very useful. Please include PLAs as well. > > 901465-23 (4581) BASIC 4.1, PET 8xxx, socket UD10 > > 901465-21 (1880) BASIC 4.x. PET 8xxx, socket UD8 > > 901465-20 (4982) BASIC 4.x, PET 8xxx, socket UD9 > > 901474-04 (0284) BASIC 4.x editor ROM PET 8xxx (50Hz), probably socket UD7 > > 901498-01 (2781) BASIC 4.x editor ROM PET 4xxx (50Hz), probably socket UD7 > > 901447-10 (4782) Many models of PETs, socket F10 (char gen) > > 317040-01 (3884) Dunno > > 906114-01 (2383 and 3084) C64 PLA > > I can identify the last one(see above). The closest thing to 317040-01 is > the PLUS/4 ROMs. Could it be the Jack Attack game ROM, which I removed a while ago to make a ROM cartridge for the 264 series... ? > The 4 digit numbers are dates, 3084 is the 30th week of 1984. Yes indeed :) Richard - This message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list. To unsubscribe: echo unsubscribe | mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
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