Marko Mäkelä wrote: > > I visited Schaltungsdiesnt Lange in Berlin last Monday. Their database is > rather badly organized; it appears to be impossible to search by anything > else than model names. For those who want to see it themselves: http://www.schaltungsdienst.de and then visit "Katalog". > Old schematics are pretty expensive: 10 DM for a single sheet. On the > other hand, newer service manuals consisting of dozens of pages were in > the 20..40 DM range. I bought a copy of the UltiMax a.k.a. VIC-10 Is this also true for Commodore Service manuals? I badly need either a 8250LP or SFD1001 service manual, I hope I can find alignment instructions in there. Those damn drives don't have the test points to connect an oscilloscope like older 8x50 drives :-( > simple memory expansions (with address decoding and buffering logic), but > one was the schematic diagram of the VC-1112 IEEE-488 interface for the > VIC-20. It was "friendly" enlarged to DIN A3 size; I'll have to scan it > in two A4 parts some day. This cartridge is for sale quite often on German auction sites, like ebay.de, ricardo.de or others. I have one, it looks like new. Now I only need a cartridge expander, it doesn't make much sense to connect 2MB of disk space to a computer with 5k RAM. Nicolas - This message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list. To unsubscribe: echo unsubscribe | mail email@example.com.
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