> The picture of the torn label may be enough for someone to identify the > label on a machine where it is intact. > > The circuit board should have a copyright and part number on it somewhere. > It may be on the back side and you may have to remove the board in order > to find it. The part numbers are unique and should identify the circuit > board if not the entire machine. Good point. I've added links to those markings on the page for the machine. > > The labels on the EPROM's do not have a Commodore part number or copyright > notice, suggesting they are not original, or were a prototype that was not > intended to be sold. Thanks for the binary comparison of the ROMs, btw. I will swap the names of the lo and high ROMs, that must have been a typo after xfer. I can't imagine why the EPROM read would have failed though. The computer itself boots into BASIC just fine... ? - Bo Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list
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