Reviving a Final Cartridge III

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Reviving a Final Cartridge III

Post by ViperSan » Tue Aug 22, 2017 2:41 pm

Hi all ..
I have already asked this on 'Denial' ..but seemed for sensible and appropriate to ask here ..
I have a fully populated Final cartridge 3 pcb but sadly the 2 Eproms have been flushed.
I'm hoping someone can point me at suitable chip dumps in either binary or HEX format for the 2x 27C256 chips.
I have UV erased 2 suitable chips and now just need the contents which I can write with my TL866 programmer.
can anyone help me ?
rgds
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Re: Reviving a Final Cartridge III

Post by eslapion » Wed Aug 23, 2017 4:10 am

@ViperSan
I think this link may help you. http://ar.c64.org/wiki/Final_Cartridge
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Re: Reviving a Final Cartridge III

Post by ViperSan » Wed Aug 23, 2017 2:17 pm

Many thanks for the link ..I will check it out later..
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Re: Reviving a Final Cartridge III

Post by Gyro Gearloose » Thu Aug 24, 2017 11:24 pm

Wow, I never knew there was such a thing as a 64K ROM cartridge like this, I always assumed the freezer function needed external RAM?

I have a Super Snapshot, I never got into the Final Cartridge, although I think I had a homecrafted one at some point.
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