Watzman at neo.rr.com
Wed Apr 18 06:37:36 CDT 2007
In article <002f01c78113$afc16f80$6500a8c0 at barry>,
"Barry Watzman" <Watzman at neo.rr.com> writes:
> [...] the "CP/M Card" (a
> tiny small card, only about 3 inches wide, that allows the computer to
> run CP/M ... I think that the original name was "extended
> configuration card" or something like that).
Do you mean this?
Ebay item 200100612888
Yes, I believe that is of those (can't tell with absolute certainty, but I'm
pretty sure). It's necessary to run CP/M. Normally the H-8's memory map
has ROM in low memory (8K, I think). This card allows switching between
this "standard" (for the H-8) configuration and a 64K all-RAM configuration.
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