Re: Auto Boot

From: Ted <>
Date: Thu, 04 Apr 2013 12:44:09 -0400
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On 4/4/2013 12:36 PM, Anders Carlsson wrote:
> Ted wrote:
>> I would like to have the computer RESET ROUTINE call it a power on, 
>> not the warm start.
> Hm, so the vector at $FFFC (normal content $FCE2) is not what you need 
> to change?
> I'd study some memory map and ROM disassemblies once more, perhaps 
> also look for programs that disable regular reset buttons for hints 
> what they look for. I know there are cartridges and other that have 
> "unstoppable" reset buttons for that particular reason, to bypass 
> software that prevents the computer to have a soft reset, warm start 
> or whichever is the correct terminology.
> Best regards
> Anders Carlsson
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Yes, that is the hard reset vector, but I have to let it to initialize 
the computer. Then it gives control to BASIC. I need to call it 
somewhere in between where basic will find it in the keyboard buffer and 
execute it.

I have a complete dissembled version here:$A000-$FFFF.asm

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