Hi all! > 901885-01 8050 6530-47 RIOT DOS 2.7 Micropolis > (This doesn't look right. I have 901885-04 > for the 6530-47) Well, this is strange. I have an earlier one (901483-03), but I checked the service manual and it only mentions the 901885-04. All in all: I'm willing to part with one of my SFD-1001 drives that I don't need. It is fully functional (and quite clean), except for a defect 6530. I tried it, and it worked with the above custom 6530 from my 8050 (the SFD doesn't make use of the custom ROM in the 6530, it should work with most (if not all) custom 6530 versions)). So if the chip above is really a custom 6530, and if Ruud kept one for this purpose, someone could have a working SFD drive. I'm willing to give it for free, for the postaging fee or for some chips or something... I don't know. Drop me a letter if you're interested. Please note that I'd probably ship the drive next year January or so (lotsa work at the end of the year, looking for a decent job and lodgings etc...). And another: some guys contacted me if I also produce and sell my serial mouse interface board. I haven't planned so, but I have some spare boards and I can also manufacture some more if it's needed. ...One problem is still left, however: I don't really want to order PIC16F84s from RET (my usual source of components) since they're expensive there: more than HUF 3000 per piece (one could purchase a full featured 40-pin Atmel AVR microcontroller for that price). If I receive at least 4-5 orders, I'll order chips from ChipCad Hungary, the official Microchip distributor where I can get those chips for about HUF 1500 each. ...So, drop me a letter if you're interested. Final price could be around HUF 4000 + postaging (about 1000-1500 if I'm right), or +1500 if I have to order from RET. The same applies here: I can probably ship the devices next year January (or February in the worst case). (One USD is around HUF 310-320). Best regards, L. - This message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list. To unsubscribe: echo unsubscribe | mail email@example.com.
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