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Started by oyshals, 12:52, 13 February 23
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Quote from: eto on 13:53, 04 June 23If Amstrad diagnostics reports the same ICs you should check the connections of all RAM IC pins and all the MUX IC pins.I once soldered sockets and bent one of the socket pins inwards. I didn't see that and had that one IC reporting issues. The same could happen if you accidentally removed a pad. Also happened once to me and the IC then was reported dead. Thankfully that could be fixed easily with a wire.Have you soldered your 2nd RAM bank also? If not it could make sense to easily force the 6128 to use the 2nd RAM bank as the primary bank and see if the error is still present.
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