SpidersWeb wrote:Concord 286XT
I have another EPROM programmer in the mail, but in all honesty, I'm really tempted to just order a generic 286 motherboard. I have nice 16bit RAM cards, sound cards, MFM controllers... all just sitting there with no 286 to go in to. (If you missed it, the Concord 286XT is an 8bit ISA bus XT with a 286 CPU). I never considered motherboard replacement before because my case said '286XT' on it - but the new case just says "Concord 286" - I guess someone in marketing thought it'd be better to drop the 'XT' part lol
SpidersWeb wrote:Not sure if anyone has had this - Willem PCB3:
- start write,
- after the first byte it gives up and says "Buffer 0x75, chip 0x35"
- go "read chip" - and the first byte comes back as 0x75 (so the chip had actually recorded it correctly)
I can't see anyway to force it to verify afterwards instead of immediately after writing. Guess I'll try some different chips first.
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