RE: 1541-IDE
Date: 2002-02-07 08:47:49

>> I recommend them (EPROM emulators _and_ Grammar Engine) highly.  Saves
>> much time and effort.
>And hardware.... Until now I did the testing with real EPROMs. But about

Wasn't it possible to piggy back an SRAM chip that you could M-W the code
to, then toggle the ROM off with a switch? 

Just a thought. I suppose the biggest problem is the wait whilst 16k is

- Nick



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