On Sun, Oct 21, 2012 at 6:34 PM, Rob Clarke <email@example.com> wrote: > Good morning Gentlemen, > > I was recently given a 2040 in really nice condition. As was the case with > most that were in use when DOS 2.1 was released, it has had the ROM's and > RRIOT upgraded. As I already have a pair of 4040's in good working order, I > wanted to 'downgrade' the 2040 to it's original buggy incarnation. I know I > could burn a pair of eproms and but the RROIT on an adapter board to bypass > the ROM but it would be nice to have the original chips. I'm sure there must > of been hundreds of DOS 1.0 chips lying unused back in the day and I > wondered if any of them found there way into your parts drawers? I have a couple of 2040s that were upgraded before I got them, and I may have the older chips from them in a parts drawer. > In return I would offer a corresponding set of DOS 2.1 ROMS and RRIOT or > anything else from my parts drawers that may be of use to people. If you don't get any offers from someone closer, let me know. We can talk off-list about what to swap. -ethan Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing listReceived on 2012-10-22 04:00:18
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