Andrew, has the files. Apparently he is extremely busy at (real) work these days. Hopefully this weekend he will surface.
From: n8vem...@googlegroups.com [mailto:n8vem...@googlegroups.com] On Behalf Of Fabio Battaglia
Sent: Friday, March 28, 2014 11:23 AM
Subject: Re: New Run of V2 6502 Cards (was: Re: [N8VEM-S100:2980] Re: 6502 v1 CPU board and the EPROM/RAM board) (sINTA problem)
Todd, I don't see this as a new topic from the google groups interface.
Maybe it would get better visibility if you open a totally new topic?
On Friday, March 28, 2014 1:50:43 PM UTC+1, Todd Goodman wrote:
Hi Fabio (and all,)
I'm willing to do a run of 6502 V2 cards.
I just need the EDA files from John or Andrew. Hopefully they'll see
this and pass them along.
* Fabio Battaglia <hkz...@gmail.com> [140328 03:55]:
> Hi John and Neil,
> Nope John, I did not need patches apart the one mentioned on your page. At
> least not YET: I still have to get a prompt from the monitor, so it's too
> early to say my board is working fine.
> Naturally I'll do the second fix this evening when I get home, exploiting
> the unused 74LS05 gate to tie sINTA low: I don't want to modify the
> EPROM/RAM board because I want to put the Z80 card in my system as the main
> I'm trying to get hold of a 6502 V2 card, but apparently no one has a spare
> to sell. The most natural thing to do would be doing a board run myself,
> but I had a very bad experience with Italian mail when, a few years ago, I
> was running a floppy dumping service for some friend around Europe. The
> shipping prices (and I wasn't even factoring in packaging costs) were so
> high that a few guys decided to leave the floppies at my house and rebuy
> the games...
> It's really a pity, as I'm starting to like the 6502 cpu and my father has
> some interest in using the computer with that cpu card in it, reminding him
> of of his juvenile efforts with ASM on his C64.
> I'll keep you posted on the board mod this evening.
> Bye everyone!
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