Re: 6809 / 6702 puzzle

From: Mike Naberezny <>
Date: Sun, 05 Feb 2012 22:47:26 -0800
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Hi Olaf,

On 2/3/12 3:46 PM, Rhialto wrote:
> This is what happened after I typed "disk/0.edit" (to load the file
> "edit" from drive 0 instead of the default drive 1).

Please see this page:

There you'll find a D80 image with a version of the editor that was improved 
by ISPUG (International SuperPET Users Group) members.  One of the 
improvements is that the check for the dongle has been removed.  I've verified 
that the editor does start up on a SuperPET with the 6702 removed.

About a year ago, I scanned the issues of "SuperPET Gazette", published by 
ISPUG.  You can find those here:

I then tried contacting some of the former ISPUG members mentioned in the 
newsletters.  I reached John Toebes, who had been leading a small group to 
disassemble the ROMs and Waterloo software.  John had saved his SuperPET and 
all his disks but his machine was no longer working.  I've since repaired it 
and sent it back to him but I'm still working through the disks.  The one 
above is from that collection.


Mike Naberezny (

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