Vector Graphics PROM/RAM Board?
santo.nucifora at gmail.com
Fri Jan 20 06:33:30 CST 2017
For those who may be interested, I've placed a copy of the Vector Graphic
manual entitled "PROM/RAM Board Users Manual and Assembly Instructions"
Hope this helps,
On Thu, Jan 19, 2017 at 8:36 PM, Santo Nucifora <santo.nucifora at gmail.com>
> Hi Win,
> I think I have you covered. I have an unopened Vector Graphics RAM/ROM
> Revision 3 board with full assembly guide/user manual/schematics. Includes
> source for a memory test program, the Vector 1 Monitor 1.2 source listing
> and an errata sheet with an extra jumper.
> Here's a pic of my board/parts: http://vintagecomputer.ca/wp-
> Oddly enough, my Vector Graphics 1++ has the 12k RAM/ROM board so I don't
> have a Rev 3 running. I'll scan the manual tomorrow and email you a PDF.
> Hope this helps.
> On Thu, Jan 19, 2017 at 7:27 PM, Win Heagy <wheagy at gmail.com> wrote:
>> This was helpful, thanks. Unfortunately, I did not find anything
>> specifically related to the specific PROM/RAM board that I have.
>> There was a pretty good manual related to the VG PROM III. I'm sure
>> there is some overlap with my board. The documentation I have for my
>> board is very sparse. I'm not sure if this is all that is available,
>> but it discusses jumpers on the board but doesn't give details on how
>> they are configured, or a description of setup and operation of the
>> I tried what I could decipher from my docs, but I haven't seen any
>> signs of life. It's also possible that the board is not working, but
>> I'd like to be sure I'm actually using it correctly.
>> Any other pointers appreciated.
>> > Does anyone have experience with the Vector Graphics PROM/RAM
>> > card...like this one.
>> > http://www.classiccmp.org/dunfield/s100c/vector/promram.jpg
>> > (This is not my card...mine is not jumpered in upper right.)
>> > I have some documentation with mine and two PROMs loaded in A0 and A1
>> > (VIMON loaded on them), but am having some trouble getting any
>> > response from it. Most likely a config issue or a conflict with other
>> > RAM.
>> There are two resources that might be useful to you:
>> 1. The VECTOR-GRAPHIC mailing list, inhabited by a couple of former
>> Vector employees, among others -
>> 2. The Vector Graphic file archive -
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