Re: UltiMax schematics

From: donni (
Date: 2008-11-28 16:54:49

Hi Ruud,

I wasn't offended, sorry if it sounded that way  :-)
I have a photo online that shows the connection between pin 9 & 10.
It's a max minibasic cartridge and you can see the jumper J5 on the picture 
connecting the two pins.


----- Original Message ----- 
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Sent: Friday, November 28, 2008 8:27 AM
Subject: RE: UltiMax schematics

> Hallo Donni,
>> Why can't you believe that....
> Sorry, no offence meant. But AFAIK it is the first time I encountered a
> computer where some internal logic is activated by inserting a
> cartridge.
>> Like I said, I reversed engineerd this schematic with a MAX machine
>> in front of me.
> I reengineered many devicess, being 100% sure that I did a good job.
> Only to find out that I'm human as well, ie. I still found errors. This,
> the above remark and the original GIF, which is based on a paper
> schematic, quite convinced me that I was dealing with an error.
> I never saw an UltiMax cartridge, so my question: is there a photo
> available that shows that connection between the two pins?
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