On Mon, 7 Feb 2000, Richard Atkinson wrote: > Marko, where are all the rest of the C64 schematics that used to be on > funet? I know they may well be contained within the service manual, but > the list that used to be on the main page was very comprehensive and it > was easy to find the particular board that you wanted. I'm sorry, but I decided to delete them once I noticed that the service manual contains the same schematic diagrams in better quality. I should have the paper originals, but they are of very bad quality. Instead of putting the files back, I could create links for the schematic diagrams in the service manual. Done. (There should maybe also be a summary for each board (i.e. what kind of DRAMs and ROMs, where the PLA and SID are located, and so on, but somebody would have to supply the information for me.) > Also, it would be nice if the 4 file plus/4 schematics that used to be > up were replaced; redunancy where schematics is concerned is a *good* > thing, surely? After all, we all know of Commodore's penchant for > 'mistakes' :) I don't completely agree. Sure, the schematic diagrams printed in magazines or books (like the C64 Programmer's Reference Guide) contain errors, but I haven't heard anyone finding an error in the official engineering sheets. Marko - This message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list. To unsubscribe: echo unsubscribe | mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
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