From: Anders Carlsson (anders.carlsson_at_sfks.se)
Date: 2007-04-04 20:16:42
Earlier today, I wrote: > If it helps, I might try to read them a few times more, perhaps > at a lower speed and confirm that I really get consistent output. No matter speed or how many times I read the chip, the results are exactly as I already posted, so no signs of reader inconsistency. Does anyone think that getting some fresh EPROMs and burn another set of known-good ROMs (i.e. production Plus/4 or 264, if those exist) will help me in any way? Perhaps correct the 27128 dump from stuck bits and burn it. Since the motherboard in many ways differs from the final product and at least one chip would still be missing, I would not expect much from a such experiment. I also connected the board to my 1084, using both composite and separate video cables, assuming that the video connector is C64 compatible just like latter C16 and Plus/4 are. It display an almost black image that is out of sync, which I take as another sign of the NTSC-ness. -- Anders Carlsson Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list
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