Started by emuola, 07:58, 01 June 11
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QuoteThe first module is a hardware driver called z80interface. It is written with the hardware I made in mind, and it knows how to take over the Z80s bus and read or write a byte to the main memory. It has no knowledge of the code or memory map of the Z80; in theory, you could use this module plus the hardware on any machine built around a Z80. With some modifications, it probably even works on other 8-bit CPUs too.
Quote from: MacDeath on 15:34, 01 June 11BTW, 1943 cabinet's main Z80 runs at 6mhz... which is a bit more than our humble 4mhz...
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