Hello! John McKenna wrote: > While AEC is high, the high address lines are pulled up by RP4. When > AEC goes low, it takes the processor a little time to start driving the > address bus. In this time, the address is $Fxxx and AEC is low, and > that means a KERNAL access. Thank you for the explanation. So it means basically that it depends on how quickly the processor takes over the bus? Are there any differences between 6510 and 8500 in this regards? So far I was checking things only on a 6510-based motherboard. Regards, Michau. Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing listReceived on 2013-05-27 09:01:59
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