To get into the monitor: SYS 1024 (or any other zero byte) Then from the . prompt: S "filename",08,C000,DFFF Use X to exit the monitor. This will save the BASIC ROMs to device 8. (I understand the tape routines cannot handle high memory - or is that just with the VIC-20?) Larry ---- Original Message ---- From: MagerValp@cling.gu.se To: email@example.com, Subject: Re: PET 3032 FS in sweden Date: Mon, 4 Feb 2002 18:14:25 +0100 >>>>>> "pk" == peter karlsson <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes: > >pk> I'll check whether I can dump the ROMs or not. I won't bring it >pk> back to Oslo this time, is there a quick thing I can do to >quickly >pk> dump it to a disk? (Simple PEEK thing?) > >The PET ROMs are mapped like this: > >$9000-$9FFF This is an expansion ROM area. Some programs need a kind > of dongle-ROM for copy protection in this socket. This was annoying > when different programs needed different ROMs in the same socket... > >$A000-$AFFF This is an expansion ROM area. See above ($9000) > >$B000-$BFFF For the original ROMs and the upgrade ROMs that start at > $C000, this is an expansion ROM area. See above ($9000). For the >4.0 > ROMs, this is the first part. > >$C000-$DFFF BASIC ROMs (two with 4k each) > >$E000-$E7FF Editor ROM (in 4.0 ROMs, normal system ROM area >otherwise) > >$E800-$EFFF I/O area (PETs without CRTC), see below. For PETs with > CRTC (Fat-40 and 8032) the I/O area is 256 byte ($E800-$E8FF) and > the rest is either open address or the $E*** ROM iff it is 4k. > >$F000-$FFFF Kernel ROM > >(courtesy of André's PET index). > >You can dump everything except the character ROM with just peek. >Actually, you should be able to start it from the built in monitor. >Anyone know the commands? Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list
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