Anders Carlsson wrote: > Richard wrote: > >> VisiCalc for the CBM 8032 was protected by a custom PROM you placed >> into one of the empty sockets on the motherboard. > > I have a version of VisiCalc that comes with a PROM, but I have been able to use a copy of the software I created without use of the PROM. It's a disk version that works only on a 2040 drive so it might be an older version and the PROM's purpose was not copy protection. It's also possible that I did not get far enough into testing to uncover the point where the PROM was needed. Bill Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing listReceived on 2009-12-02 14:00:04
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