... but it does bear mentioning of course, that you can write a BASIC program that pokes in a machine language one, and work from there.tezza wrote:<snip> Only with BASIC files though. For machine language ones you need a patched EPROM or hardware modification as there is no way in BASIC to select cassette 2 with the SYSTEM command. The SYSTEM command is used to load in machine language files.</snip>
Gibsaw wrote: ... but it does bear mentioning of course, that you can write a BASIC program that pokes in a machine language one, and work from there.
Limits your available RAM somewhat, but you can load something else if you need to... EMULATOR (BASIC) -> WAV -> Real machine
tezza wrote:So...first interface has no RAM installed or RAM is faulty?
RonTurner wrote:My intention would be to have progmatically generated assembler source code of NewDOS routines that you would click one button and get audio that loads on the system80.
RonTurner wrote:Thanks for the floppies Tezza , one of them shows the first boot screen, this must be the boot loader, the track steps then failure. Just to make it a real nuisance the r/w heads have all kinds of stuff in the way of cleaning them, I have run cleaner disks through them in the meantime.
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