There seems to be something about it in GO64! issue 01/99 but I don't have it (and it's one of the issues missing from GO64! online). Anyway, I'll do a full translation of the C=Lehti 1/88 article later, here are some of the more important (?) points in the article, about running the thing. There are three trimresistors on the thing, one with a red knob attached to adjust the module speed, and two to adjust synchronization to the C64. Note: They say they tested a preliminary "first" version of the card - what you have may be different. Speed control: May be controlled via software, via the I/O-port at address 1; bit 7 on = fast, off = slow. And when the screen is switched off, bit 6 on will enable the thing to run "as fast as it can" asynchronously. The speed can also be adjusted through the 250k trimpot, in the range of 100kHz - 3.2 MHz. The version of OS they tested had a disk turbo and some other stuff. Won't support a cassette drive at all. The memory is battery backed-up, so that's what the Varta pack is for. Beware: if you run a packed module game, it'll stick to the backed-up RAM like chewing gum to hair :-) And then there's another article from (of course) the gamer's viewpoint: lots of compatibility problems... - This message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list. To unsubscribe: echo unsubscribe | mail email@example.com.
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