From: Ojala Pasi 'Albert' (albert_at_cs.tut.fi)
Date: 2002-09-02 10:40:47
> That means close to nothing to me, except that, if 007C is the break > address, and there is any correlation with the C64, that would be around the > same place as that little BASIC routine (CHRGET) in zero page. That could suggest RAM failure, i.e. the opcode turning into 00 (BRK) instead of the right opcode (CHRGET is copied on startup). It could be also failure on /CS or R/W as well as actual RAM failure. The monitor almost certainly uses stack, does the machine have separate chips for pages 0 and 1? -Pasi -- /He could feel human pain with an eerie and frightening perfection. He knew what it meant to love, and to be lonely, ah, yes, he knew that above all things, and he felt that most keenly when he listened to the Vampire Lestat's songs./ -- Khayman in "The Queen of the Damned" Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list
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