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Thanks for the space bar tip, works miracles
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Posted Sat Feb 6, 2016 1:35 PM
Hello guys, sorry for digging up an old (interesting) thread but I have a simple question that I cannot seem to find an answer for. I have a Mega STe running TOS 2.06 and I can force 16MHz by using a utility like Bootsie and this works great for me because I leave the one floppy in the drive you see. All my software is on ultrasatan so I've not much need for floppies. Anyhow, I know about XControl and that also works well...
But - is there a PRG/TOS that I can run at anytime to toggle between 8 + 16Mhz? It seems like such a simple request yet I can find nothing online that can do this? I could place the icon on the desktop too, which would be ultra cool for me!
So, a PRG to flip between cpu speeds. Anything out there?
TIA, Steve :-)
Posted Sat Feb 6, 2016 1:52 PM
Of course there is such PRG - and it is very short, because all to do is set 1 HW register to proper value. I will post it tomorrow.
There are actually 4 possible settings: beside CPU clock there is cache on or off setting. But that has not much sense to run without cache at 16, so normally you set 8 MHz and cache off or 16 MHz and cache on.
Cache is 16 too - sadly not 16 MB, just 16 KB
Posted Sat Feb 6, 2016 1:54 PM
Brilliant. I cannot thank you enough (again!!)
Posted Sun Feb 7, 2016 5:01 AM
Here is it: MSTECPCL.ZIP 408bytes 36 downloads
May use on floppies, from AUTO folder too - then rename to *.PRG
Instead fllpping PRG I did 2 separated - for 8 and 16 MHz set - that may be better for cases not sure on what runs at moment, and for AUTO run.
Posted Sun Feb 7, 2016 6:04 AM
Thank you SO MUCH. Downloading and about to test.
Really appreciate your efforts - thank you
Posted Sun Feb 7, 2016 1:49 PM
Thanks, that's handy to keep around!
Instead fllpping PRG I did 2 separated - for 8 and 16 MHz set - that may be better for cases not sure on what runs at moment
The manufactures of modern consumer devices seem to have forgotten this principle.
Edited by galax, Sun Feb 7, 2016 1:55 PM.
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