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#1 dinosaur OFFLINE  

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Posted Mon Oct 16, 2006 3:54 AM

Hello! I want to program about eight 2732A chips and I don't have an EPROM burner.
I don't want to tie up a lot of bucks in a one-time thing. Among my junk? I have the box
and cable from a Modular Circuit Technology EPROM burner.I don't have the PC
interface card (ISA?) nor the software.

Mctbig.jpg click to enlarge


Does anyone have these two items?

Maximum thanks.

#2 warerat OFFLINE  

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Posted Mon Oct 16, 2006 8:13 AM

Hello! I want to program about eight 2732A chips and I don't have an EPROM burner.
I don't want to tie up a lot of bucks in a one-time thing. Among my junk? I have the box
and cable from a Modular Circuit Technology EPROM burner.I don't have the PC
interface card (ISA?) nor the software.

Mctbig.jpg click to enlarge


Does anyone have these two items?

Maximum thanks.


I recognize that one. I have a MOD-EMUP-A, which is the big brother to the one you have (looks similar to this: http://www.atariage....showtopic=84487. The interface board used is a SAC-201. I think the model you have is called MOD-MUP or something similar. JDR's website has the old software under the downloads section.

As the MOD-EMUP-A is the same as the HILO ALL03/A, the MOD-EMUP is a HILO ALL03, I found lots of useful information here (software and adapters): http://matthieu.beno...ll03/source.htm

It's possible that the ALL02 or ALL01 is similar to what you have. Not sure if the interface board is the same. But it's probably a good starting point.




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