On 08/19/2014 05:10 AM, Jim Brain wrote: > 23cd71855daba5f728babd7048a52e8a *./6570/0e.txt > 23cd71855daba5f728babd7048a52e8a *./6571/0e.txt > 5f72aaf1e57f1b5fd549fa62166eeb80 *./6570/09.txt > 5f72aaf1e57f1b5fd549fa62166eeb80 *./6571/09.txt > 636035b09de6f42a2d8a388796cda052 *./6570/08.txt > 636035b09de6f42a2d8a388796cda052 *./6571/08.txt > 63da23b2ddde1224938bd82d945c428e *./6570/0c.txt > 63da23b2ddde1224938bd82d945c428e *./6571/0c.txt > 93101f945d14d25b5d2236d8a4f42941 *./6570/0d.txt > 93101f945d14d25b5d2236d8a4f42941 *./6571/0d.txt > 9699bcd085a445c050d34881137fccba *./6570/0a.txt > 9699bcd085a445c050d34881137fccba *./6571/0a.txt > bc6f1f44196ea99d0a475b4144109852 *./6570/0b.txt > bc6f1f44196ea99d0a475b4144109852 *./6571/0b.txt > f1e35385dc09a7b0308b83dff544e83b *./6570/0f.txt > f1e35385dc09a7b0308b83dff544e83b *./6571/0f.txt > > So, according to this, the 2 CPUs have the same code in them. You had > stated that the ICs were not interchangeable, which seems odd given that > the code is the same. ( I checked and I did not dump the same ROM twice, > but I will check again tomorrow night.) Yes... If I plug the 6570-036 into my keyboard-with-socketed-controller, I get a blink from CAPS-Lock at power on and the keyboard works. If I do that with the 6571-036, I get a constantly on CAPS-Lock and nothing works. Tried that more than once. BTW: Even stranger. If you remove the paper sticker from the 6571-036, you get a completly different part number. Gerrit Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing listReceived on 2014-08-19 08:00:02
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