> IMO the assembly number of the mainboard should be added to this list as > well. I just think of the first PET2001 which had 4 different mainboard > assemblies with different chips, or the C64 with maybe eight different > mainboards. For the C64, and maybe VIC20 and C128, the mainboard nick > names could also be added to the list (e.g. C64B3, VIC20CR or C128DCR). I agree. For this and the partnumberlist, I don't mind to maintain them. Here is an example of how about the device list could look like: C64 Assy. NO 250407, Art. NO 251137 Rev. C 0000-FFFF RAM 4164 A000-BFFF Basic U3 901226-01 D000-DFFF Character U5 901225-01 D000-D3FF Video NTSC 6567R1 D000-D3FF Video PAL 6569R1, 6569R3 D400-D7FF Sound 6581 D800-DBFF Color RAM 2114 DC00-DCFF CIA 6526 DD00-DDFF CIA 6526 E000-FFFF Kernal U4 901227-03 PLA U17 906114-01 CPU 6510 Any comment is welcome. Data as well. I don't have the CBM's W/O the monitor, the PET 2001 with 6550 RAM, A1000, A3000, A4000 to start with. One thing, it will take some time :( 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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