More EPROM work with a PET

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More EPROM work with a PET

Postby tezza on Mon Jul 04, 2011 3:58 pm

I've been grooming a PET lately,

Matt D., as you can see I've put those EPROMS to good use.
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Re: More EPROM work with a PET

Postby matsondawson on Sun Jul 31, 2011 11:48 am

Good to see the PET working again.
Don't worry about the money for the EPROMs, consider it a gift for your help with the Atari 400 keyboard.
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Re: More EPROM work with a PET

Postby tezza on Sat Aug 06, 2011 9:06 am

Thanks Matt,

Now I've got an EPROM programmer it opens up a lot of options for replacement of faulty ROMS. They are useful devices for those restoring vintage computers. I still can't get it to process 27C16s though despite trying almost every option in the book. I have got a few blank 2716s which it does handle so these will just have to do for future use.
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