--- Andre Fachat <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: > > Hi! > > Are copies of that ROMs on funet? Dunno. I can go digging to see, or if anyone knows where third-party add-on ROMs go, I'd appreciate a tip. > If not, can you upload them there? Sure... I know where one of them is right now - in a lone 2532 about a foot away from my Commodore Colt with its ISA ROM programmer. Presumably, the other ROMs are installed in my original PET 2001 from 1978 (32K/BASIC 3.0) I may have time later this week to fire it all up. > Andre > > Ethan Dicks wrote: > > > > > 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) > > > > BASIC-AID. Somewhere, I have the printed docs to this I found them - six pages of dot matrix printing - no instructions on where the starting address is (typically the first byte of the ROM contains a jump, but not always), but instructions on the new BASIC commands. -ethan ===== Even though my old e-mail address is no longer going to vanish, please note my new public address: email@example.com The original webpage address is still going away. The permanent home is: http://penguincentral.com/ See http://ohio.voyager.net/ for details. __________________________________________________ Do You Yahoo!? Get Yahoo! Mail – Free email you can access from anywhere! http://mail.yahoo.com/ - This message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list. To unsubscribe: echo unsubscribe | mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
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