Re: VIC-10 and VIC-1112 schematics

From: Nicolas Welte (
Date: 2000-10-12 11:10:48

Marko Mäkelä wrote:
> On Thu, 12 Oct 2000, Nicolas Welte wrote:
> > Is this also true for Commodore Service manuals? I badly need either a
> > 8250LP or SFD1001 service manual
> The 8296D service manual would have been 15 DM.  It had some 30 pages of
> text produced with a fixed-with typewriter font, plus hand-drawn
> schematics both for the computer and for the drives.  I don't remember if
> it had alignment instructions.  I decided not to take it, because it
> resembled one of the documents that was scanned and OCRd by André Fachat.

The problem is not that I need detailed alignment instructions, I've
never seen them in any drive service manual. But the LP, the SFD and
probably the 8296D have a more integrated r/w amplifier and I have no
idea where which signal is. And I don't want to trace all signals there,
so I think I'll buy the SFD or LP manual to get those schematics. I
mailed Lange for the price now, so we'll see :-)

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