Re: Replacement 2332 ROM for CBM 8032?

From: MikeS <>
Date: Sun, 20 Jan 2013 11:43:29 -0500
Message-ID: <2CC4462D125B404BA7333CF38586289A@vl420mt>
AFAIK the PETvet has been for sale for over a year and quite a few have
indeed been sold:

Ironically I recall a number of people complaining that *you* were a little
hard to get hold of ;-)

I guess people expect commercial service (such as it is these days ;-) from 
hobbyist ventures...

But I am sorry that I forgot to mention your board; has it been revised?
Kind of looks like it has...


----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Nicolas Welte" <>
To: <>
Sent: Sunday, January 20, 2013 4:05 AM
Subject: Re: Replacement 2332 ROM for CBM 8032?

> On 20.01.2013 03:04, Darryl Sokoloski wrote:
>> I haven't come across the PETvet in my searches thus far -- I love it!
>>   I've decided to leave the original ROMs intact and go with the
>> PETvet.  It's quite an interesting device, very handy indeed.
> Is there a shop now for this device? When I last heard about this, it was
> not ready for sale. I'm also interested in it, because it can do a lot of
> diagnostic stuff, which is very useful when repairing old PETs.
> When I had the problem with broken 6540 ROMs and 6550 RAMs, I decided to
> build my own device now more then 10 years ago. I think it is quite well
> known all over the world and it is still available :)
> Since last year, my 6502 RAM/ROM board is featured in the Sinchai shop:
> In the 8032 there are some limitations, though. My hardware does not
> support the 4kB Editor ROM, as used in German localized machines. Since
> the original keyboard layout still fits in the 2kB Editor ROM, this works
> fine.
> Nicolas
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