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  1. If I was changing batteries, I would get a 3.6V Lithium with solder leads and take out the NI-Cads and holders entirely. The Lithium batteries are spec'ed for 5 years but the one in my HRD16 lasted 15 years before it needed to be changed. Digi-Key has a wide selection of sizes. The Horizon 4000B has a provision for using one and they can also be used in earlier Horizon models. I would use the latest version of ROS as well.
  2. An easy way to mechanically clean the IC pins would be to insert it into some semi-rigid anti-static foam a couple of times before using the Eprommer.
  3. If you are referring to the Geneve Boot 2.0, you would use a 27128 (16K).
  4. It looks like they added a bunch of chips (mainly for the T56) and fixed an unspecified bug.
  5. T56/TL866II+ is up to Vn 11.0 as of 6/4/2021. T56 Support List.txt TL866II+ Support List.txt
  6. FWIW, I have had that particular EPROM in my inventory since 2011.
  7. That is one that a bunch put together at a Chicago Fair a few years ago. I think Tony, Jon Guidry and maybe one or two others put it together. After they completed the code, I think it was Jon who came by my table and asked me to burn a copy for them to test. It worked and I kept a copy. I have those available as well.
  8. Has anyone checked the compatibility of a CorComp with the MG EPROMs? I thought one of the reasons that Miller's Graphics created the EPROM was that the originsl CoCormp FDC took control of the system at start up. The MG EPROMs, I think, removed it. (Further edit) Yep - the MG EPROMs remove the CorComp Title screen which causes lockup problems with some cartridges according to my notes. If you are interested, I can supply the MG EPROMs.
  9. FWIW, the time stamp works with both a BWG clock on the TI and also works in MAME using the PC clock.
  10. By saving the disk directory to a RAMdisk, you make the original process much faster. Then, by archiving the resultant indices, you save an incredible amount of space. I have my entire library on a single DSDD disk with 450 sectors to spare. When I want to search for a file, I simply un-archive the appropriate group of files (they are arranged by disk box #) to a RAMdisk and the search is lightning fast.
  11. The only version that I could find was the one in Yesterday's News 05_02_1.dsk. I have no idea if it is the latest verison.
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