Serial Pro - ROM Binary

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Serial Pro - ROM Binary

Hello,

 

For those of you who are familiar with the Serial Pro card from Applied Engineering, it is basically a SSC compatiable card with a real-time clock built in. This card has some ROM on board that looks to be an EPROM.

 

Does anyone know if this ROM has been dumped already? If not, I might be inclined to buy a reader/writer and do it myself.

 

-Grimakis

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Assuming that it's loaded

Assuming that it's loaded with a 6502 program, I'd be a bit surprised if you couldn't find a way to dump the ROM contents directly from an Apple II that it is plugged into.  The I/O memory space is 2k, so if there is a larger ROM on board, you would have find a way to page through it.

 

regards,

Mike Willegal

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grimakis wrote:Does anyone

grimakis wrote:

Does anyone know if this ROM has been dumped already?

Not here:

http://mirrors.apple2.org.za/Apple%20II%20Documentation%20Project/Interface%20Cards/Serial/AE%20Serial%20Pro/

 

My Serial Pro has version 1.4:

www.ralf-kiefer.de/A2/AE_Serial_Pro_1.4.BIN

 

Regards

Ralf

 

 

 

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RalfK wrote:grimakis wrote

RalfK wrote:

grimakis wrote:

Does anyone know if this ROM has been dumped already?

Not here:

http://mirrors.apple2.org.za/Apple%20II%20Documentation%20Project/Interface%20Cards/Serial/AE%20Serial%20Pro/

 

My Serial Pro has version 1.4:

www.ralf-kiefer.de/A2/AE_Serial_Pro_1.4.BIN

 

Regards

Ralf

 

 

 

 

Thanks for the link to the .bin

 

I'll check my version when I get back later.

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Mike WIllegal wrote:Assuming

Mike WIllegal wrote:

Assuming that it's loaded with a 6502 program, I'd be a bit surprised if you couldn't find a way to dump the ROM contents directly from an Apple II that it is plugged into.  The I/O memory space is 2k, so if there is a larger ROM on board, you would have find a way to page through it.

 

regards,

Mike Willegal

 

You can use the monitor to relocate the ROM image from $C800-$Cfff down to somewhere like $2000 and then BSAVE it to disk.

 

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