Hi! MagerValp wrote: > > >>>>> "HL" == Hársfalvi Levente <email@example.com> writes: > > HL> From the above, I'd better suspect the RAM chips or the TED. > > I've seen a C16 with the exact same symptoms, and I'm pretty sure it > was the TED that was broken. It ran fine for a short while, then all > you get is flickering characters and graphics garbage until it cools > down again. Yep, that's true. I should have mentioned. The warming up behaviour itself rather points towards the TED. I guess it is easy to try: if you put an ice-cube in a bottle-cap onto the top of the TED while the computer is in operation (Bil Herd's (?) trick with the VDC prototype ;-) ), and the problem doesn't come up, then it's a bad TED... L. Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list
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