afra at aurigae.demon.co.uk
Tue Nov 21 16:38:59 EST 2006
Darren A. wrote:
>> Other thing. The RS Disk Basic ROM is the old smaller variety. Is it
>> possible to rig a 27xxx chip into there?
> Cloud9 sells (used to sell) an item called the DOS Adapter. It was a
> nice little board that allowed a 28-pin (27xxx) EPROM to be plugged into
> the 24-pin sockets used by Tandy. Whether or not you can still get one
> is another matter. There are instructions floating around the web that
> show how to make your own adapter with multiple piggybacked sockets, but
> it's a real hassle, and it makes the cart too big to fit in the coco.
Yep did that when adapting SuperDos from the Dragon to run with my
FD-500, ended up having to saw a section of the dragon cas out so that
it would fit :)
Phill Harvey-Smith, Programmer, Hardware hacker, and general eccentric !
"You can twist perceptions, but reality won't budge" -- Rush.
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