> > The C, D, E and F ROMs would constitute a complete set of ROMs for Basic > 3. If it has been upgraded to Basic 4.0, the B socket would also be > occupied, otherwise it is a special ROM. The "9" socket always contained > special ROMs. Those do not sound like the standard Commodore labels. Speaking of extra ROM's in PETs, my Basic 4 equipped 3032 has the following extras: UD3 - EXTRAMON 9G $9000 BAS 4 UD4 - (handwritten label) B-AID @A 70 (or perhaps 40) What are these ? cheers, Lance - This message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list. To unsubscribe: echo unsubscribe | mail email@example.com.
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