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Started by revaldinho, 22:10, 24 April 18
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Quote from: Kris on 17:02, 14 July 18Does this tool exist for Amdos ?It looks pretty nice (and useful).
Quote from: GUNHED on 15:28, 14 July 18Well, if the mouse-pointer / arrow can not be seen in FutureOS then this is a indicator that RAM banking &C3 doesn't work properly
Quote from: Audronic on 00:39, 10 August 18@revaldinho Hi Revaldinho et AllI have a spare blank board (DIY 512KB RAM Expansion) over here in Australia.If any body over here wants the Board.Please PM me and i will post it to you.ThanksRay
Quote from: revaldinho on 23:59, 09 August 18As you can see from the screenshots I have a fully visible cursor in the GUI in FutureOS now and no persistent trail of debris following it around, which I believe is what happens with other '464 RAM cards, including the original DK'Tronics version. The FutureOS documentation specifically says that it doesn't support the 464/664 because of this limitation, so I am wondering is this a first ? And does it really matter since hardly anything else seems to use this mode.
Quote from: GUNHED on 15:07, 10 August 18Holy lord!!! The is for sure THE VERY FIRST TIME I see a CPC464 with fully working RAM mode &C3!!! This is pure awesomeness!!!
Quote from: GUNHED on 15:07, 10 August 18Do you sell the PCB's? More often people ask my for such a device. If would advice them to contact you.
Quote from: LambdaMikel on 07:13, 12 August 18Very cool! It would be awesome if I could finally use FutureOS on the 464. I was waiting for such a RAM expansion for a long time!
Quote from: Bryce on 22:27, 30 October 20I never said anything about PALs/GALs, but ok, I'll admit CPLDs are as retro as the CPC. I just prefer pure TTL, it "feels" more retro.
Quote from: VintageAdvantage on 23:01, 30 October 20I really don't get the negativity that certain folks are displaying here towards anything not invented / designed by them...
Quote from: TotO on 21:16, 30 October 20Doing a RAM expansion for 6128 (compatible 464/664 w/o C3) is not new (Yarek RAM Box) and less logic IC are required.
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