> C128D-MC would be C128DCR, and the C64-II would be a C64E. I always thought the C-64II was officially named 64C. At least, that's what's written on mine's bottom label. Someone in Italy named it 64PC or 64 Personal Computer from its right bottom label. > > Partnumber Chipcode Contents Address Used in > > 251025-01 RF MODULATOR C64 If it's from my list, it surely is PAL. All chips and parts from my list are to be considered as being PAL. > > 251916-01 RF MODULATOR C128 > > The same as to the other modulator applies. Is this the same as in > C64-II? Side note: a friend of mine had a 64C made in Japan with the second revision of the main board (large type, less chips) instead of the third (small type). In some late 64 (and maybe 64G) it also happened the opposite, as from a German magazine of the Eighties. So, the mainboard revision should be taken as better reference instead of the model name. Commodore folks used to be _very_ flexible about parts mixage (hence the 64G, the "Alvi" 64 and such). Folklore note: if you can spot two 1.3 A500 with the same color combination of Power LED, Drive LED and Caps Lock LED, let me know! :-) Extra bonus if they have the same 3.5" disk drive model inside and same Power LED behaviour (off, or just darker, when audio filter off)... :-))) > > 318072-01 GARY (floppy and misc. logic) A500 > > 318072-02 GARY (floppy and misc. logic) A500 > > These should be revisions of the 5719? And while I don't know much about > Amigas, thought floppy was covered by a CIA and the Paula chip. Gary takes care of something about the floppy, and cooperates with Agnus in RAM addressing. I have a (poorly designed) internal RAM expansion for the A500 that needed to take out GARY, place a small daughterboard on its socket and place GARY itself on the daughterboard. A friend of mine had fried his A500's parallel port, and he simply swapped the CIAs to check if one was faulty (it was). The floppy still worked. As far as I can remember, the CIAs take care of the serial and parallel ports only. > > 604010-07 PCB ASSY MOTOR CTRL. 1541C > > see LAG570. You look knowing a lot about the 1541. Is there around any modification schematic to add a second drive (as #8, unit 1) to that appliance? Thank you in advance. yo, RDO - This message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list. To unsubscribe: echo unsubscribe | mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
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