Re: Kits received -> HW question

From: Jim Brain (
Date: 2008-01-17 22:35:22 wrote:
> Quoting Jim Brain <>:
> At the risk of sounding like a hardware IDIOT, I still have to ask this 
> question...."Geeze, I thought this hardware is installed _inside the 1541 
> floppy_ so why would it need a connector to the c64 expansion port?"
> "I also thought I simply have to unplug my 1541's 6502, insert this PCB, put 
> the 6502 on the PCB and it worked?"
Just ignore the expansion port.

Longer answer:  Some may want to develop IDE code on the 64 as a way to 
more quickly test.  Thus, plug the board into the 64, test code, burn 
your eprom, fit the board on the 1541 with your eprom, and go.


Jim Brain, Brain Innovations                                      (X) 
Dabbling in WWW, Embedded Systems, Old CBM computers, and Good Times! 

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