Hallo allemaal, I was doing again some research for my PC-IEEE interface. By tapping the IEEE-bus with my LPT-port, I could read the signals exchanged by my 8032 and 4040. But all the characters were preceeded by the three characters "_", "H", and "'" ($5F, $48 and $60). As I was not sure how to interpred the above, I used the command load"$pc*",8 instead of the usual directory. BIG suprise !!! The three characters were gone and I could read the bytes as I was used to with X1541. Until now I thought that directory was translated to load"$",8. But it seems not to be true, at least for the IEEE-drives. Can anybody tell me more about this? In this case I was thinking of you Andre, because you must have run into this with VICE. Groetjes, Ruud - This message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list. To unsubscribe: echo unsubscribe | mail email@example.com.
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