In the autumn of 2000, I visited Schaltungsdienst Lange in Berlin and browsed through their catalogue. The only schematic diagrams that seemed to be missing from FUNET at that time were the VC-1112 (VIC-20 IEEE-488 cartridge whose reverse engineered schematic diagram was already archived) and VC-10 (which I already had seen as a poor-quality copy that I sent to Ruud so that he could draw the readable schematic). To my disappointment, the VC-10 schematic was equally bad as the copy someone had mailed me some years earlier. As I don't have access to a scanner, it took a "while" to get the images processed. Finally, my friend scanned the two DIN A2 sheets (420 mm by 594 mm) in several parts and burned them on CD-ROM. I got the disk today, and after a GIMP session, here are the results: http://www.funet.fi/pub/cbm/schematics/cartridges/vic20/ieee-488/1110010.png http://www.funet.fi/pub/cbm/schematics/computers/c64/326100.png I'm not fully satisfied with the latter picture. I could try different filter settings, once I get a better scan of the sheet (which may take weeks, months or years). As you can see, the four slices I got on the CD do not cover the top left and bottom right corners of the sheet. The top left corner is interesting, because the detail table is located there. Marko Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list
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