Ruud Baltissen wrote: > But I do need some help. There are 3 PALs on it (from memory): two 16L8 and > a 16R8. Determine what pins are in- or output should not be so difficult. > The problem is to find out what the contents are. If the PALs only contain > gates (16L8 ???), no problem. But if the contain flipflops (16R8: R = > register ???), then what to do? I have almost the same problem: I have a dead CMD RAMlink, and I know that at least one GAL chip is dead, probably more. Someone gave me a 2nd dead RAMlink to swap GALs, but it still isn't working. Since I don't know which chip is dead, and I don't want to go through CMD service in the USA (too expensive), it would be good to have the instructions for cloning GAL and PAL chips of Commodore related equipment. BTW, does anyone know of a cheap DIY GAL programmer, either for PC, Amiga, or C64? Nicolas - This message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list. To unsubscribe: echo unsubscribe | mail email@example.com.
Archive generated by hypermail 2.1.1.