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Started by GUNHED, 15:24, 01 February 22
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Quote from: zhulien on 00:42, 02 February 22don't forget m4 as working well with 6128+
Quote from: Kris on 07:35, 02 February 22Xmem is not fully compatible with Amstrad Plus, there is a conflict when ASIC is activated .
Quote from: TotO on 14:51, 02 February 22Most of the CPC boards have conflict with the Amstrad Plus i/o page, because it require to decode RMR2 to avoid that. ...
Quote from: TotO on 14:51, 02 February 22Use &7Fxx to access the external RAM expansion and &7Exx for the internal RAM expansion.
Quote from: GUNHED on 19:32, 02 February 22Using &7Exx for internal RAM is IMHO highly problematic when using more than 512 KB expansion RAM.Here I have two CPCs with 4 MB RAM (one internal, one external). Also a X-MEM plus Y-MEM provide 1 MB of RAM. In addition the SF3 has 2 MB of RAM.
Quote from: GUNHED on 19:32, 02 February 22Therefore it would be better not to use &7Exx for anything else than the 2nd 512 KB RAM bank.
Quote from: GUNHED on 19:32, 02 February 22Maybe there is another way of working around.
Quote from: TotO on 19:55, 02 February 22With that feature, the X-MEM allow to access 512K + 64K on a 6128. So it is not exclusive to 512 + 512 RAM expansions. Anyway, a Plus program can easy check that usage.
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