Peter, Thanks! > OK, it sounds like your C64 is defective to me. There must be some issue with > the PLA or the IO port ($00/$01) on the 6510 so it crashes when it changes > memory configurations. Someone else had this problem recently where their C64 > would run some programs, but anything that changed the RAM config port would > crash. Unfortunately, you'll need another C64 to troubleshoot that completely. It's kind of funny but a friend of mine and I were talking today and come to the conclusion that it was either my 64C had memory issues or most of the D64 out there have been tweaked for emulators. So which chip do you think is bad? The 6510 or the RAM chips. I'm going to take it apart and reseat all the chips and then see what happens. Bill, Thanks! > My point is that there are two variables. The process to copy the files and the computer > itself. I am not 100% convinced that your copy process is working correctly. If as I > understand you can run original disk's programs on you c64 without issue, why only the D64's > your creating have problems unless it was the process to make the copy? The test I did earlier was take a D64 (64 Demo disk) and copied it to disk, I ran two or three of the programs and they worked. I then copied the disk back to a D64 file and the same programs worked find in an emulator. The file I've been testing with can be dled here http://www.allgamebase.info/rem/b/Bedlam.zip this is from the the REMEMBER site at http://www.bitte8bit.de/newremember/htdocs/releases.php It would be great to see if your copy works. Your test. I downloaded the file you recommended and copied it to disk. I ran the CBM-* file and it came up with "Waiting for a call" just like in the emulator. The file Blocks used on all the files matched what was shown in DirMaster, WinVice and Disk (is DirMaster ok or should I dl yours?)I saw 2, 39, 4, 4, 5, 6, 8, 8, 8, 9, 9, 9, 9, 9. The Blocks free matched also matched, DirMaster = WinVice = Disk (535 free). Golden13 also ran and created a "Winner Board" and asked if I wanted to update scores. --- avast! Antivirus: Outbound message clean. Virus Database (VPS): 091022-0, 10/22/2009 Tested on: 10/23/2009 6:59:11 PM avast! - copyright (c) 1988-2009 ALWIL Software. http://www.avast.com Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing listReceived on 2009-10-24 00:00:03
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