From: Grósz Attila (gyros_at_freemail.hu)
Date: 2007-03-27 12:39:59
Hi All, In one word: "WOW" :) Where did you get hold of this? Unbelievable. From the ceramic chips I presume it's a prototype board. Also, the TED is a 7360 and that one was AFAIK never featured in production units (only the 8360s). The chip date is also very early. All in all, an amazing gem! The EPROM contents could be _very_ interesting... :-) Regards, Attila Anders Carlsson <email@example.com> írta: > Hello, > > Now that Ruud mentions it, those DB9 joystick ports and the card-edge > cassette port don't really belong on a production TED computer. I don't > quite understand how I can read the EPROMs from the joystick port, or > perhaps I misunderstood Ruud. I understand I could lift them to some other > device where I can dump 2764/27128 EPROMs. > > I looked around on the Internet and found some more motherboard pictures, > but none that resembles this one. I assume the TED chip really is supposed > to be there, so it is not just a random chip someone once upon a time has > placed there... > > Regards > > -- > Anders Carlsson > > > Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list > _________________________________________________________________________ Internetes bankszámla havi 199 Ft-ért! [origo] klikkbank http://cthandler.adverticum.net/?cturl=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.klikkbank.hu%2Flakossagi%2Ftermekek%2Felektronikus_szamlacsomag%2Findex.html%3Flevelalja Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list
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