Wanted: M9312 ROMs (data i/o help needed)

From: Joe R. <rigdonj_at_cfl.rr.com>
Date: Fri May 28 15:37:33 2004

  (1) I have a 29A manual but there's no device codes in it. The codes are
in the manual for the particular plugin that you're using so you'll have to
tell us which one you're using.
  (2) I think I have a 29B manual but I'll have to look for it.
  (3) I didn't think the 29x programmers could program Bipolar PROMs but
I'd be happy for someone to prove me wrong!

  (4) FYI Just because the PROMs are 82S131, Am27S13, 63S241, 74S571, etc
don't think that they're all the same. They may be interchangeable in a
read-only operataion but they're programmed very differently. You MUST have
the proper settings and adapaters for the PROM that you're using.


At 06:56 PM 5/27/04 -0700, you wrote:
>I made images of all my roms, but the burner I used is ancient and
>non-standard so they likely won't help, I want to read them with
>something a little more standard, a DATAI/O 29b... has anyone got the
>"device code" for the 82S131?
> Pavl_
>> sure I'll host it. I'll just put it under www.classiccmp.org/M9312
>> Someone just give me the files!
>> Jay
>> ----- Original Message -----
>> From: "John A. Dundas III" <dundas_at_caltech.edu>
>> To: "General Discussion: On-Topic and Off-Topic Posts"
>> <cctalk_at_classiccmp.org>
>> Sent: Wednesday, May 26, 2004 6:31 PM
>> Subject: Re: Wanted: M9312 ROMs
>>> I agree with Fred: I'd like to see an electronic library of 9312
>>> bootstraps that we could all share and download as necessary. I
>>> a /84 and /70 that I'd like to get images for (TK50, etc.) that I
>>> don't already have. Burning an EPROM seems like an easy way to
>>> Any images already archived?
>>> Any volunteers to host a collection?
>>> John
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