Started by steddyman, 18:23, 05 July 20
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Quote from: JohnElliott on 02:21, 06 July 20On the PCW8256 boot disk I tested, J14CPM3.EMS goes all the way from track 1 sector 4 to track 10 sector 2, so track 5 sector 9 is in the middle of it the EMS file and has nothing special about it.The 9512 boot disk I tested had J21CPM3.EMS going from track 12 sector 5 to track 21 sector 7 -- that's cylinder 6, head 0, sector 5 to cylinder 10, head 1, sector 7, and neither track 5 nor cylinder 5 gets a look-in.LocoLink has a smaller EMS file -- if you can get your hands on a LocoLink boot disk, does that behave any differently?
Quote from: steddyman on 12:26, 10 August 20... and the core can run at upto 32Mhz.nd and joystick support.
Quote from: steddyman on 19:07, 12 August 20Currently the PCW core requires nothing other than the DE10-Nano. It doesn't need SDRAM or any of the other addons.
Quote from: steddyman on 19:07, 12 August 20I will probably add support for SDRAM soon though so it can support more than 256k memory.
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