From: Andrew Wiskow (drewbrasil_at_yahoo.com.br)
Date: 2006-12-18 00:40:45
Marko, I'm afraid that all that is a little beyond my knowledge. I'd be more than happy to mail the ROM to you if you'd send me your mailing address via e-mail. Consider it my Christmas present to you! ;-) -Andrew --- Marko Mäkelä <email@example.com> escreveu: > On Sun, Dec 17, 2006 at 01:11:14PM +0100, Spiro > Trikaliotis wrote: > > Well, yes, there is. Anyway, I more expect the > original ROM to be defect > > than this being the cause for the problems at > first. > > Thank you for your very detailed analysis. When I > archived the ROMs > a decade ago, I wasn't an expert of the serial bus > protocol. You > obviously are, given your involvement with the > OpenCBM project. > I think that this could be checked fairly easily by > installing the > -03 ROM to a 1541 (for example, using Nicolas > Welte's flash ROM > card) and seeing if it works in a multi-device > setup. > > Given that Andrew reported the drive to work as the > only device on the bus, > a ROM defect seems unlikely. > > Andrew, could you write a small program to copy the > $e000-$ffff ROM to > disk, and send the file to me or Spiro? Or you > could compare it yourself > to the copy of the -03 ROM on zimmers.net. There is > a ROM checksum, but > the algorithm is very simple, so a defect can go > unnoticed. > > Marko __________________________________________________ Fale com seus amigos de graça com o novo Yahoo! Messenger http://br.messenger.yahoo.com/ Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list
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