At 01:18 pm 20/08/2001 +0200, you wrote: >Adrian Vickers wrote: >> Then there's the 3016 (not 4016, as I wrote in c.s.cbm). That switches on, >> and displays a picture, but it's full of garbage. > >Clear evidence of video logic which hasn't been initialized. Could be a >number of things, like a blasted ROM, faulty RAM, a broken CPU and even >the power supply. DOH! This will teach me to ask the list before I even take a proper look.... The 6502 wasn't even properly in the socket, just sort of resting in it (how it survived the trip down one set of stairs into my car, a 200 mile car journey, a trip up 3 flights of stairs to my flat, plus a couple of movements around without actually falling out, I'll never know... Still, I plugged it in properly, and now I have a fully working 3016! The chap I got these off made me promise not to tell him how easy they'd be to fix, as he'd be upset. I think in the case of the 3016, he'd be crying into his beer...! Cheers! Ade. -- B-Racing: B where it's at :-) http://www.b-racing.co.uk Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list
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