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ROMAN is a ROM-Manager for AMSDOS developed by Brueggi of PNG. ROMAN is fully compatible with the MegaFlash-ROM-Board from Bryce and to the SYMBiFACE II from Dr.Zed and is planned to be compatible with the upcoming MegaFlash EX from SPRING/PNG.

One highlight of ROMAN is its ROM-generator, wich can be used to generate ROMs out of normal binary programms with a maximum lenght of 15 KB. You can add an RSX-command to start the programm directly out of the generated ROM.

You can use ROMs with or without headers as BIN or ASCII. The ROMAN can also be used directly as a ROM itself. Start the ROMAN by running “DISC” and burn ROMAN.ROM to a ROM-Number of your choice. Start ROMAN from ROM by using the RSX-Command:|ROM


  • Load and install a 16 KB ROM (with/without header)
  • Save a ROM
  • Erase a ROM
  • Switch SDP on/off
  • Erase whole Flash
  • Generate a 16 KB ROM from binary files
  • Show RSX commands of a ROM
  • Select drive A or B, user 0-15