Started by PulkoMandy, 11:55, 13 November 17
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Quote from: Ast on 13:36, 09 November 20What's news ? does it work correctly on amstrad plus (asic connected) ?
Quote from: PulkoMandy on 13:49, 09 November 20For ROM expansions there is no problem with the ASIC, they are at different addresses. It's the same as before, just smaller and easier to assemble for me I'm thinking about a RAM expansion that's ASIC compatible, but, more on that later. I have some soldering, testing and shipping to do now!
Quote from: PulkoMandy on 23:57, 12 December 20I think you can move the "booster" rom to slot 6 to get it to initialize the remaining roms in that, but I have not tried. I don't have a working 464 around.
Quote from: Richard_Lloyd on 00:00, 19 December 20Hi, "booster" in slot 6 crashes my 464. No problem, I'll code something, test it and let you know. Thanks.
Quote from: PulkoMandy on 17:29, 24 January 21A new batch of 10 boards is on the way to me. I made some further changes to have DIP switches instead of jumpers to enable/disable ROMs, and some other small fixes. Still accepting orders if you need one of these!
Quote from: zhulien on 02:18, 12 March 21If a CPC can have 4mb of ROMs, why is it nobody has created a 4mb ROMboard yet? perhaps a super flashgordon could support 4mb of ROM?
Quote from: GUNHED on 14:47, 12 March 21One of my CPC6128 has a 2,5 MB internal Flash ROM expansion. Well, the size to erase Flash is 64 KB, which makes it a little more different of course. But it works well. It also got 4 MB of internal RAM.What we do need to consider is that the CPC can handle 4 MB or ROM, but the 6128 is limited to 2 MB, because starting at ROM number &80 everything is reserved for the Cartridge (which can use a max. of 512 KB).
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