> > >> Oh, I happen to have a last bunch of PET boards plus another bunch of > drive boards from 3040/4040 drives that I'm not likely to fix. At least the > drives react on the IEEE bus which would suggest the driver chips are OK > even if something else is broken. I figure shipping costs would be a bit > prohibitive and I'm too sloppy with a soldering iron to successfully > desolder chips from boards. If you want to give it a try, send me a note and > I'll look more closely. Or somebody else for that matter, perhaps Matthew > also would like to put his hands on some chips if I have 'em. > > Its nice you mention this after you ship the box to me :( If you would have had an 8032 or two I would probably have taken them. If you're happy with the drive when you get it maybe we can work out something for another one (or two) :) -Matt Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing listReceived on 2009-09-12 02:00:30
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