Hi, Only one 4040 floppy disk ? I remember that I had 2 8050 floppy disks. One was used to load the cbm 8032 with the cbm software (mix of basic and assembler) And then the second one with cp/m -- Didier -----Message d'origine----- De : firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com] De la part de Mike Naberezny Envoyé : vendredi 16 septembre 2011 04:13 À : firstname.lastname@example.org Objet : Re: info cpm board for cbm 8032 Hi Ruud & Didier, On 8/10/11 12:42 PM, Ruud@Baltissen.org wrote: > Is it possible to say what belongs in the smaller empty socket? I > must be a ROM because there isn't one on the board But OTOH the > pinout is weird, certainly not like any (EP)ROM I know. Some mysteries of the CP/M board are now solved. Didier was correct, the empty socket is for an AM9511A math coprocessor. Recently an 8032 sold on eBay USA and the buyer found a Z-RAM board inside. He found my page on the board with Google and contacted me. He had the manual and sent me photocopies of it. He did not have the disk. The buyer said the seller also sold an 8050 drive, so I contacted that buyer as well. He received a handful of disks with the drive. Luckily, the CP/M boot disk was one of them and he sent it to me. I've scanned the manual and made a disk image: http://mikenaberezny.com/hardware/pet-cbm/madison-computer-z-ram/ This is an interesting board. It functions as a configurable 64K RAM expander for the PET, similar in ways to the 8096 board. To run CP/M, the PET loads CP/M into the expansion RAM and then switches on the Z80. The expansion RAM is then only accessible to the Z80. The board adds a 6520 PIA to the PET memory map and a special terminal program communicates with the Z80 side through I/O lines. Regards, Mike -- Mike Naberezny (email@example.com) http://6502.org Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing listReceived on 2011-09-17 09:00:17
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