Windows Explorer cannot open that ZIP file -- you should use 7-Zip. (The POSIX zipinfo command says that the ZIP file has 13860 extra bytes in it.) On 2016-08-31 5:00 PM, didier derny wrote: > > I get the same error; it's probably due to windows 10. I'll try with > an older system. > > On 31/08/2016 22:26, Christian Dirks wrote: >> I put a (mostly) working copy of the .zip file here: >> http://www.idealine.info/CBM/roms.zip >> >> Am 31.08.2016 um 22:20 schrieb Christian Dirks: >>> The EEPROM image consists of 32k blocks. >>> These will appear at $9000-$FFFF. >>> Which option ROM block ($9000-$AFFF) will be used can be selected >>> independently from the main ROM block ($B000-$E7FF + $F000-$FFFF). >>> >>> Am 31.08.2016 um 20:53 schrieb didier derny: >>>> >>>> I'm starting to repair an old CBM 8032 board. >>>> I'm thinking to use this board to test it: >>>> http://vic-20.de/x1541/hardware/petram.htm >>>> I found the resources on the web site; but, I'm unable to unarchive the >>>> "roms.zip" file. >>>> And, ordered a PCB from "oshpark.com". >>>> >>>> Any place where I could build the ROM image for a CBM 8032? >>>> In short, at what addresses in the flash I need to place the Commodore >>>> 8032 ROM images? Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing listReceived on 2016-09-01 00:00:03
Archive generated by hypermail 2.2.0.