Re: Features and Weaknesses
> I think you might be someone I met about ayear ago<br><br>If you're talking about a C64
simulation of the Tutor I wrote, you're right
;-)<br><br>> The system starts writing to addresses in the
$40xx range before it crashes and burns<br><br>I agree,
these are undoubtedly mapped to the mysterious logic
array on the board. One consideration is keeping all of
the ROMs in memory and see when it starts to bug out.
There can't be too much ROM swapping going on to free
up RAM (unlike a more complicated banking system
like the C64 or C128) since all the RAM is tied up in
the VDP, so maybe just outright ignoring all those
writes should at least allow it to boot from the
internal ROMs.<br><br>Cartridge ROMs will be another story
...<br><br>Yes, I'm still at the same address.
- Everything seems to come up when I'm broke. I
just completed moving, which took a load of cash and a
week off work (unpaid). Then a Tomy Tutor comes up
with a Pooyan cart and joystick, neither of which I
have. Last I checked it was up to only $32.00 and less
than a day to go. And only 60 miles from where I live
too. I could really use it since my original went up
in smoke, and I'm running my old backup Tomy now. Oh
well, bad timing...<br>Davey B.