Hi I can't remember the exact name but the box was 'selling' the cp/m functionalities, not a ram extension. The board, it looks exactly the same with the empty socket for the numerical processor. The cp/m bios was mostly written in commodore basic... With just the communication between the cp/m board and the commodore in assembler. I started to adapt the Procep hard disk for this board But we gave up when we saw the quality of the product. -----Message d'origine----- De : email@example.com [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] De la part de Mike Naberezny Envoyé : dimanche 21 avril 2013 21:42 À : email@example.com Cc : Didier Derny Objet : Re: info cpm board for cbm 8032 On 8/10/11 11:42 AM, Didier Derny wrote: > Interesting :) I saw this same board with another name, (but I can't > remember the name...) Was it called "CP/Maker"? In the book, "Using Your Computer: Commodore Applications Catalogue" from Commodore UK, a product called CP/Maker is described on page 37. It lists specifications for the CP/Maker, and they look identical to the Madison Computer Z-RAM: 64K RAM usable from PET in 32 mappings, 26-pin expansion connector, 9511A socket, etc. I have a page about the Z-RAM here: http://mikenaberezny.com/hardware/pet-cbm/madison-computer-z-ram/ There's a PDF with the CP/Maker excerpt on the bottom of the page. Does anyone have any more information about the CP/Maker? Thanks, Mike -- Mike Naberezny (firstname.lastname@example.org) http://6502.org Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing listReceived on 2013-04-21 21:00:08
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