Started by caver99, 14:27, 09 December 22
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Quote from: caver99 on 16:05, 09 December 22so im guessing it will only be the future os rom manager to see the higher ones.
Quote from: caver99 on 18:17, 10 December 22The flash golden also has a jumper to set it to 32-60instead of the lower set.
Quote from: Bryce on 20:38, 10 December 22I don't really see the point of making it possible to initialise so many ROMs. Most ROMs need to reserve some base memory, so even at 32 ROMs the CPC can start to become very limited due to the lack of free memory. Being able to move the assigned ROM numbers, ie: Using ROM number 32 to 64 instead of 0 to 32 or whatever can make sense in some situations (on a plus mainly), but being able to initialise 128 ROMs at the same time doesn't really have any advantages. Or am I misunderstanding the goal here?Bryce.
Quote from: caver99 on 22:18, 10 December 22the goal is to have the programs in rom and only initialize them when i want to use them , say futureos or protext or something have the not used all the time in the high set and the commonly used one in the lo set.i have 64 rom slots available to be as wellas512k ram and hard drive and usb just having a play and seeing what's do able with it all.if its not doable why did amstrad build it in to the system.if it's no possible to do then there's not a problem at all.
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