newbie building a scratch-built computer
dkelvey at hotmail.com
Sat Aug 11 15:24:04 CDT 2007
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>Date: Mon, 6 Aug 2007 01:27:20 +0100
> > I've also got an ancient Taiwanese one that works only with
> >a PC XT that will handle 2708s.
>That wouldn't be the "Sunshine" brand unit by any chance?
>I've got one of those too (along with their PAL programmer from around the
>same time) and it won't work in anything newer than an XT. :-(
This is usually a problem of timing loops. One can often do some reverse
engineering and either fix the timing loops or figure hope to write
ones own code to control the hardware.
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