Hello, CBM-Hackers; I sent this quite some time ago, and now I'm reposting here. Hello, CBM-Hackers; I was wondering if there is any way a program can stash ordinary data onto addresses $ff00-$ff04 in 128 mode of the c128 line of computers? I want to put data there and have the VIC-II reference it in displaying a bitmap, for example. But, the MMU registers are always there? Is there a way of blocking out the MMU registers for at least 'n' cycles? I remember that a program could turn off the REU registers and still use the REU for DMA transfers. Can I enter Z80 mode and then stash data there at $ff00-$ff04, or does the Z80 use the MMU as well? Many thanks, -Todd Elliott P.S.: I sent this to the cbm-hackers list and it bounced? Is the list down or did I miss something? Thanks. Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list
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