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 Post subject: 32-in-1 OS in a 4-chip 130XE
PostPosted: Wed Feb 25, 2009 11:05 am 

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Has anyone done this? I have a nice 320K 4-chip XE and I'd like to put a 32-in-1 in it, also.

I'm guessing that the connections won't be quite the same.

I did find R87. I can't find R40. Center solder pad???

Sorry for the off-the-wall question, but when I get this installed OK, I'll send pics so that others can find the connections more easily.

-Larry

Edit/Update:

I now have found R40, so assuming that those resistor connections remain the same, that only leaves me with the solder pad connection.


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 Post subject: Re: 32-in-1 OS in a 4-chip 130XE
PostPosted: Wed Feb 25, 2009 2:07 pm 

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Update:

Well, I got it connected and working, and as soon as Steve confirms that I have it connected properly, I'll send the pics and details.

-Larry


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This later 130xe board (4chip) is massively used in the European models 65xe and 800xe to dump there stock.
Missing the extra 64K and XE-chip.
Same 2 chip RAM is used in the XEGS.

Check the GTIA-ship. Could be the buggy taiwan production.
ballblazer cartridge will do fine, the intro is scrambled if buggy.

Cheers,
Sijmen.


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PostPosted: Sat Feb 28, 2009 6:28 pm 

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mr-atari wrote:
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This later 130xe board (4chip) is massively used in the European models 65xe and 800xe to dump there stock.
Missing the extra 64K and XE-chip.
Same 2 chip RAM is used in the XEGS.

Check the GTIA-ship. Could be the buggy taiwan production.
ballblazer cartridge will do fine, the intro is scrambled if buggy.

Cheers,
Sijmen.


Hi Sijmen-
That's interesting -- didn't know that. I have a couple XEGS -- I ought to open them and see what they have (other than that weird keyboard with pastel function keys.) :wink:
-Larry


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