On Thu, 30 Nov 2000, Ruud Baltissen wrote: I forgot to mention Ruud about the firmware collections on FUNET. I'll describe those ROM chips that have been archived. Ruud, could you keep the list updated with the replies you get on the list? And could you insert estimated quantities of the chips on the list? Would it be possible to dump the contents of all ROM-looking chips? Marko > 251913-01 Kernal/Basic 64-II This is also used in the flat C128 and C128D (not DCR). > 251968-01 This is 1541C firmware, 16 kilobytes. > 315079-01 Commodore 128 ASCII/DIN character set > 318004-05 Commodore 264 series KERNAL, PAL-G version. > 318018-02 Flat C128 BASIC V7, 1985 version, low part ($4000-$7fff) > 318019-02 Flat C128 BASIC V7, 1985 version, high part ($8000-$bfff) > 318020-03 Flat C128 KERNAL ($c000-$cfff, Z80 BIOS, $e000-$ffff). > 318022-02 C128 BASIC V7, 1986 version, $4000-$bfff on one chip. > 318023-02 American C128DCR system ROM (C64 BASIC, C64 KERNAL, C128 $c000-$cfff, Z80 BIOS, C128 $e000-$ffff). > 318047-01 1571CR firmware (built-in drive in the 128DCR). > 325302-01 1540/1541 $c000-$dfff ROM > 325303-01 1540 $e000-$ffff ROM. When you put this into a 1541, does it say "73,CBM DOS V2.6 V170,00,00"? > 5710 Isn't this the custom CIA-like chip in the 1571CR? > 5719 318072-01 If this is a 28-pin chip, it could be C128 firmware. 318077-01 is the German version of 318023-02. > 8563R9 Older C128 VDC? > 8565R2 New SID? > 8566R3 C128 VIC-IIe, PAL version? > 8568 C128DCR VDC? > 8721R3 > 8722R2 These sound familiar, but I can't remember. Some interface adapters? > 901226-01 C64 BASIC ROM > 901227-01 C64 KERNAL, oldest version (very rare) > 901229-01 1541 firmware, oldest version (North America and Japan only, according to the service manual) > 901460-03 VIC-20 character generator ROM > 901885-01 6530-47 RIOT DOS 2.7 Micropolis for the CBM 8050. Marko - This message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list. To unsubscribe: echo unsubscribe | mail email@example.com.
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