RE: Article PC-card
Date: 2001-02-23 03:29:58

>Yes. But also tristates the address- and databus. And that is something
>does not happen with the PC-bus. And I'm very sure not even wanted.
That's right, you don't want it... then 8237DMA controller is on the PC main
board and though the CPU is tri-stated, it controls read/writes from/to
IO/MEM.... if the concept is to have a PC card plug into the C64, then
someone has to be awake to make the transfer else a DMA controller will be
needed between the two.

- Nick


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