Ruud, > > Hallo Ade, > > > > It connects directly to the IEEE bus - internally, that goes to a > > large (18"> x 8") circuit board which, .... > > Is it just possible to identify some of the IC's on this > board, or better, to make a picture of it? (if no > disassembling is needed} Or maybe just a picture of the inner? I'm taking some pictures of the board. It will take a little while, because I don't want to use the flash (one of the EPROM stickers doesn't quite cover the window, and I'd hate to zap it). Which means using the tripod... I will post a link later on. Anders, > Fair enough, you just provided plenty of details. Which DOS > version does it report as? I.e. if you read the status/error > channel directly after power on. Speaking of which, I can't > recall what the Hardbox interface to my Corvus hard drive > reports, but I would assume it simulates DOS 2.6 or something similar. Using the standard A,B$,C,D result (this is Basic v2.0 IIRC, it certainly doesn't come with the handy DS$ command), B$ reports: MATOR/CBM WINCHESTER DOS V1/FW So, from a "commands supported" point of view, not very helpful! Somewhere, I have the manual. Before the auction finishes, if I find it, I will scan the manual to PDF & make it available to this list. Cheers, Ade. Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing listReceived on 2009-10-14 17:00:04
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