B&C microsystems UP200 software

From: Ethan Dicks <erd_6502_at_yahoo.com>
Date: Mon Apr 21 07:56:01 2003

--- MIchelle Zygo <yarnhook_at_charter.net> wrote:
> I am in need of software for the UP200 programmer. LMK if you have it and
> could send me a copy via email. Just picked up a unit and want to get
> programming.

I don't have one that old. I have a B&C Microsystems model UP600A. I
think I have the second-to-newest software for it.

I have found the UP600A unreliable in 386 and 486 computers. I suspect
it is software related, not hardware related (the hardware is a B&C
proprietary parallel card (that send power down the same cable as data)
attached to a large box with a multi-channel D-to-A and a 40-pin ZIF
socket - there are dozens of chips in the programmer box itself). I
used to have mine in a Commodore Colt; now it's in the base station of
a Compaq SLT/286.

I don't know where you could find software for your UP200. I searched
long and hard for software for my UP600A when my Colt died. In the
end, I was able to recover the data from its XT-IDE drive, and that's
what's on the SLT/286.

Good Luck,

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