On 15/11/2013 14:12, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote: > Hi, Giovi > > Thanks a lot for this - I will grab both PetTester dumps tonight and > will try it as soon as I'll have few more details on PetVet operation > - I've currently understood 'everything' about the "convertrom.php" > stuff but I still require details on PetVet's flash procedure [is it > mandatory to unplug it from Pet's socket or not ?] ... Also, I would > like to clarify jumpers and pads usages, as much as memory mapping > détails. > Sorry, I was out last night so never got a chance to respond. Yes, you can leave the PetVet in a running PET to flash it - it's the easiest way to get power to it. The four 3-pin jumpers are for programming and rom set selection, as described on Mike's web-site. The undocumented 2-pin header is for a reset switch - it's hooked directly to the 6502's reset pin. The 6-pin header is for power, but if you power it from the motherboard it's not needed. Rob Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing listReceived on 2013-11-15 17:00:07
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