Started by matburton, 23:12, 15 October 20
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Quote from: Skunkfish on 17:49, 20 October 20I assume the power LED on the 464 is lit and the tape drive appears to be getting power?
Quote from: Skunkfish on 17:49, 20 October 20I don't think a 5.2V supply would be an issue, perhaps a good thing if anything...
Quote from: Bryce on 20:08, 20 October 20it's most likely a RAM issue, but if your soldering skills aren't good you should give it to someone who can repair it without causing further damage.
Quote from: Audronic on 01:01, 12 October 21Can you tell me what was faulty Please
Quote from: matburton on 15:39, 12 October 21Yes sorry, it was indeed a RAM problem.I assumed it'd be a single chip, but in the end 6 of the 8 were bad.I scavenged RAM from a second, somewhat rusty, CPC I bought from eBay.(In time I hope to look at that one as well)Some n00b questions...Is it normal for the audio levels to be somewhat low? Both from the internal speaker and the headphone jack?They're not inaudible, but both seems pretty quiet, and the internal speaker at it's loudest has a little hiss.Also are there any tape images that would put the tape drive through its paces?I used a head alignment tape, and the heads are aligned, but I couldn't load the "breaking baud" demo.Maybe that demo isn't intended to run on real hardware? Just idealized hardware like emulators?Edit: Seems Im not alone with that demo
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