Date: 2004-10-12 11:36:05
Zitat von "Baltissen, GJPAA (Ruud)" <firstname.lastname@example.org>: > Hallo ATT / L, > > > > The schematic described so far: > > ..... > > I have my doubts, to be honest. A 27256 means one can use > 2xkernal/2xmodules. This means: > > 0000-1FFF: Kernal 1 > 2000-3FFF: Kernal 2 > 4000-5FFF: Module 1 > 6000-7FFF: Module 2 > > A14 is used to tell the EPROM wether to use a module or a Kernal. This > leaves us A13 to choose from one of the Kernals/modules. The problem is that > when choosing Kernal 1, you get Module 1 'for free': there is no way to > combine K1/M2 or K2/M1. > > IMHO you are better off with seperate EPROMs for both the Kernal and Module. > > > But please don't let my critics stop you from inventing other things and > continue the good work !!! > > Here is my latest work : 8 Modules and 8 Kernels built-in into the 64; You can switch between each of them seperately (i.e. LOTS of switches). Check out the ugly ascii schematics... Yours Antitrack/Legend PS: A Version for C-64 II and C-64 G will follow shortly. -------------------------------------- Ein Service von http://www.networld.at Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list
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