From: Nicolas Welte (no_spam_at_x1541.de)
Date: 2008-01-07 12:37:42
Hi Womo, Wolfgang Moser wrote: >> http://freenet-homepage.de/x1541/hardware/2364kit5.jpg > > Nicolas, is this already the PCB routing from me? No, the picture still shows my original version of the adaptor. I think I will adapt the instructions and pictures the moment I sell a PCB according to your layout :) > In that case even a backwards 28pol-to-32pol adaptor > can be build. I know that I made a cut-trace option > for it, but it would have to work out the rest of > the jumper options first... Let me know, if there's > actually some need for it. I don't need this for sure, because my Eprommer can read 2332 and 2364 ROMs directly without an adaptor. > Since with your (our) > adaptor one could use the bigger 32pol FlashROMs in > either a 28pol or 24pol ROM socket, programming such > a chip would work without any adaptors, wouldn't it? What do you mean? In-system programming doesn't work at all, because there is no R/W line, and you need a 32kB window to the flash memory. So you need a flash programmer device, which can be my 6502 socket based device, or any other commercial programmer. Nicolas Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list
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