Started by balford, 13:58, 27 October 21
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Quote from: rastislavz on 15:02, 27 October 21The unit could be donated to some retro computer museum.
Quote from: Gryzor on 15:23, 27 October 21Oh well, never mind, it's already on ebay and with a 3-day limit *repeatedly slaps forehead*
Quote from: balford on 13:58, 27 October 21I've suggested the guy loans the machine to someone with expertise in reverse engineering the Gate Array simulator board, as far as I know it hasn't been done yet?
Quote from: TotO on 15:10, 27 October 21@gerald is called here.
Quote from: eto on 17:24, 27 October 21As Roland Perry pointed out on FB, there are plenty of PLA chips, so even with this model, it's not easy to reverse engineer the Gate Array.
Quote from: gerald on 18:14, 27 October 21Yes, at least 9 of them. But if these are just PAL (not using registers) it should be doable.
Quote from: eto on 18:20, 27 October 21Have you ever thought about using the schematics of the KC compact? I had a quick look and it doesn't look like they have any PAL but only (many) standard logic ICs.
Quote from: TotO on 22:17, 27 October 21The item condition will probably require to be fixed to work again if no issue from the GA board.Sad to see the keyboard missing a key and was not the original. The same for the bottom case.
Quote from: Gryzor on 12:42, 28 October 21Well, Perry says it's not an original, based on the label...
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