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MainByte 32K16 Hardware Project Question
The CF7+ (or the NanoPEB variants of it) already have 32K built into the board, so there is no need to attach a 32K card in addition to it, JT. It also depends on which version of it you buy, as the CF7+ has a parallel port in addition to the 32K and the Compact Flash disk emulator, and the NanoPEB is the same except that it has a serial port instead of a parallel one. I have both, although I personally prefer the CF7.

On the 32Kx16 in the console modification, these are originally from Germany. The board goes into the console and you can button it back up once the mod is done (it fits inside there very nicely). A circuit diagram of the original modification is of limited use, as the board incorporates a PAL for which we don't have the JEDEC files or the equations to recreate them. As the creator (Michael Becker) set the fuses on the PAL, you can't easily read it out either. It would be possible to measure every single input and see what each of the outputs does based on those inputs, but that would be a bit time-consuming.
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RE: MainByte 32K16 Hardware Project Question - by ksarul - 09-20-2015, 05:26 PM

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