At 00:25 13/02/2002, you wrote: >No, the computers RAM. Thats why it happens regardless of whether the drive >is plugged in or not. I think you have two seperate problems here. The >fact that it boots into BASIC at all says good things about the BASIC and >KERNAL ROMS. > >Again, I don't know the SYS to get into the 710 monitor. The way I did it >(don't laugh.. well, ok, laugh if you want to) is to remove one of the BASIC >ROMs so that the computer would boot into the monitor. :) :) I think that's an entirely suitable technique... I'd be approved of over on the ClassicComp mailing list, anyway. >Not saying this is the problem you had, but it might be. On my machine, >everything was cool one moment, then all of a sudden it would lock up >whenever I tried to issue a disk command. After fixing the RAM chip, >everything went back to being happy. Ahhh, I see what you mean. I should, perhaps, have added that if I switched off or unplugged the drive subsequent to the hang, the 710 frees up again with a "device not present" error. So my assumption is tha 710's OK, and the drive isn't talking to it. As far as I'm aware, with the exception of the "V" keytop snapping off, the 710 is in full working order. Apologies for any confusion caused. -- Cheers, Ade. Be where it's at, B-Racing! http://b-racing.co.uk --- Outgoing mail is certified Virus Free. Checked by AVG anti-virus system (http://www.grisoft.com). Version: 6.0.314 / Virus Database: 175 - Release Date: 11/01/2002 Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list
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