>> The chips in sockets UD11 and UD12 could be anything. Some PET software >> required a ROM in these sockets and the switches are a way of turning >> them on and off. Also, when SuperPETs were shipped from the factory, they >> had ROMs in these sockets. These ROMs had no function that I could find. >> In fact, all the ROMs that I saw were actually obselete ROMs, apparently >> placed in the sockets for test purposes, and simply left there. Look >> carefully at these ROMs. You may have some rare version of an old ROM. > > Next time I am at my storage unit I'll try to remmeber to take a look... Please do so. I've read somewhere that these are perhaps just old ROM chips, and serve no purpose at all. This would seem to jibe with what I saw, as the chips in mine had the same numbers as my BASIC/KERNAL ROM chips! - Bo - This message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list. To unsubscribe: echo unsubscribe | mail email@example.com.
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