Hallo Pasi, This is about what I had in mind. The info I wanted to store were the coded chips like the ROMs plus memoryrange and meaning and maybe the boardcode (like UA3). > CBM MODEL 3032 2001-32 Serial NO. 1324527 Made in > U.S.A. > Copyright 1978 Commodore International > MOS MPS 6520 5079 A > MOS MPS 6520 4779 A > MOS MPS 6522 4879 > MOS MPS 6502 5179 > MOS 901465-22 2980 > MOS 901447-29 2480 > MOS 901465-21 2980 > MOS 901465-20 4080 > MOS 901465-23 4680 > Malaysia 7945 SN74154N In this case the boardcode, range and meaning is missing but I hope to fill it in one day. The reason I want the boardcode is in case somebody runs into a board where codes have been erased for one reason or to locate it easier. Even WO the rest of the info this list is very helpfull in giving me new numbers to add to my list. Anyway, I'm going to use this list as base, that's for sure !!! (And it will save me a lot of typing :) ) > Mid board (CP/M expansion?): 0582 ASSY 324038 FAB 324036 AFAIK you need a Z80 or 8080 to run CP/M. Funny, this morning I ran into a computermuseum on internet and looking at a 610 the comment said it was capable of running CP/M. Groetjes, Ruud http://home.hccnet.nl/g.baltissen/index.htm - This message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list. To unsubscribe: echo unsubscribe | mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
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