Started by TynH, 18:42, 15 February 19
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QuoteThe 8000 PCWs expect a boot sector with checksum 255, while the 9000s expect checksum 1. This is calculated by simply adding up all the bytes in the sector. When I look at the boot sector, there are zero bytes at the addresses & 000A to & 000E, so I wrote a & FE at & 000E.Instead of beeping three times Joyce is now booting up - and is hanging. For a short card from the floppy emulator, back in, [R] etry and after the setdef [ALT] + [C] press to interrupt the PROFILE.SUB, because the 8000er the command DAISY is not good.
QuotePCW 2.1 Supplied with the PCW9512. Support added for the PCW9512 and its daisywheel printer.Does not include code to load *.FID drivers.Floppy drive support altered to support a system with a 720k drive A:. Also some tweaks made to floppy interrupt handling, perhaps to cope with slight hardware differences.[/l][/l]
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