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Re: Enterprise MIDI hardware
« Reply #105 on: 2019.May.26. 18:32:15 »
You can use EPDOS17, as an extension(it only allows A,B,C,D and E drives, no SD reader units. I don't find an Epdos19 extension).

It has a lot of commands to manage segments:

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This is a google translation of the help of the commands:

CRAM Removes loaded RAM-resident extensions and unlocks the segments they occupy.
CROM
CROM (NUM)
Deletes the system expander on the specified number of segments. Bypass the specified number of ROM segments from your ROM chain. Then it is advisable to have RST 2 or a boot release to rebuild the peripheral chain to EXOS.

HRAM Segment number, start address, and HELP list of RAM extensions.
HROM Segment number, RAM area, and HELP list of ROM extensions.

LRAM List of RAM segments.
LROM
LROM (file name)
Loads the specified .ROM file. ROM simulation support statement. The "S", "SS" monitor command is suitable for making such files. The loaded max 32K RAM area will be lost. The new ROM is chained and a system restart occurs. The demand for ROMs is then served. Finally, if the ROMs work correctly, EPDOS starts. The EPDOS quick test and EXOS 2.3 will keep the simulated ROM in case of cold start, provided that the segments start with a ? ? ? ? ? ROM string.


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Re: Enterprise MIDI hardware
« Reply #106 on: 2019.May.26. 18:34:49 »
The ROM decoded for the original cartridge area?

32K ROM also run from it? The STRACK ROM contain the program part at the second segment (07h).

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Re: Enterprise MIDI hardware
« Reply #107 on: 2019.May.26. 18:37:45 »
It has a lot of commands to manage segments:
:SM command also usefull to view memory contents.
:SM segment number,address, for example :SM 6,0

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Re: Enterprise MIDI hardware
« Reply #108 on: 2019.May.26. 18:54:41 »
It is silly to mention it, but the cartridge bay has to stay empty....

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Re: Enterprise MIDI hardware
« Reply #109 on: 2019.May.26. 19:40:13 »
Yes, decoding the address in the cardridge area.
With the BASIC cardridge inserted at the same time, the computer freezes when memory testing is complete.
Without the BASIC cartridge - the WP editor is started.

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Re: Enterprise MIDI hardware
« Reply #110 on: 2019.May.26. 19:46:09 »
What happen if you put a 32K program to it, for example ASMON?

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Re: Enterprise MIDI hardware
« Reply #111 on: 2019.May.26. 19:53:03 »
I did not check.
I will check at the earliest opportunity.
Thanks for the hints.

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Re: Enterprise MIDI hardware
« Reply #112 on: 2019.September.13. 09:49:55 »
Hi Pear,

There was some progress on the midi card case? :)

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Re: Enterprise MIDI hardware
« Reply #113 on: 2019.September.14. 21:00:12 »
? ? ? :)
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Re: Enterprise MIDI hardware
« Reply #114 on: 2019.September.15. 08:29:49 »
I see, I see.
I was hoping that after yesterday's garage session there will be some new success and I will have something to show off.
Unfortunately it wasn't :(

But thank you very much for your motivation :D