Started by llopis, 17:12, 13 April 20
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Quote from: TotO on 23:34, 14 April 20Always funny to see peoples putting "copyrights" for the posterity over things took from forum.
Quote from: gerald on 09:36, 15 April 20Look, it did not took things from the forum, it took it from a video on youtube
Quote from: Bryce on 10:23, 15 April 20What's the point of the PCB, other than it looking a bit neater? You only use it while debugging the board, so it's a lot of soldering and having a PCB made for nothing.
Quote from: Bryce on 11:45, 15 April 20But the two jumpers are useless too. It makes the test more complicated. With the simple wire solution: Test lower RAM - Ok, or not? Take out HAL and replace with wired socket - Test upper RAM, ok or not? Once that's done, there no reason why you would want to switch back and forth any further. With the PCB, you take the HAL out and then re-insert it into the PCB?? Just to test it in the configuration it already had before you touched it??Makes absolutely no sense to me.Bryce.
Quote from: llopis on 17:12, 13 April 20Based on @gerald 's idea and @Bryce 's implementation, I finally got around to making the hardwired socket to replace the HAL and force the 2nd RAM bank as the default. It came in super handy already!https://youtu.be/LLVHJO-aj3Q
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