Re: Data Becker CBM-8000 hi-res graphics

From: AndyG <grada719_at_aol.com>
Date: Mon, 28 Aug 2017 09:33:45 -0700 (MST)
Message-ID: <1503938025005-4663486.post@n4.nabble.com>
Hi Steve, I have taken a quick look at the code and its a lot more complex
than the Supersoft board we have been messing with..... 

Andy




Steve Gray wrote
> Nice!  I am currently reverse-engineering the SuperSoft HR40/80 boards (8K
> ram). I know that SuperSoft also had a 16K version for the 8000. Perhaps
> the Data Becker is some derivative of the SuperSoft (or vice-versa). You
> can look here¬†https://github.com/sjgray/SuperSoft-HR%c2† to see if anything
> might be similar.IE: look to see if the command strings are similar. I
> could also help to disassemble the rom.
> Steve
> 
>       From: vossi &lt;

> vossi@

> &gt;
>  To: 

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>  Sent: Monday, August 28, 2017 1:49 AM
>  Subject: Data Becker CBM-8000 hi-res graphics
>    
> Hi,
> I just got a 8032SK with a Data Becker graphics extension board.
> The Board plugs in the 6545 socket and has a flatcable to the
> char-rom-socket.
> In the board plugs the 6545 and the char-rom.
> Above the board plugs a second board with 16kB ram (8x6116).
> In the 8032 is an eprom for this graphics-extension.
> 
> I read that it starts with sys36864 and say:
> CBM-8000 hi-res graphics software data becker gmbh
> Created 18.09.1981
> by m.thielker
> graphics ready
> 
> With 16kB and the 6545 it should display 640x200 monochrome graphics.
> But how to use???
> 
> Has anybody informations, manual, schematics  for it?
> please send to: 

> vossi@

> 
> greets
> Christian
> 
> 
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