I am "on the road" and I had only one disk with ADT on it - now it is broken ....
I want to put the Hex dump of the Dos 3.3 into the monitor of the IIe ...
With CiderPress I can copy the Dos 3.3 Hex Dump via HyperTerminal to my IIe and after that I can do that with ADT Hex dump in the same way.
With the Hex dump of ADT it works - but what do I have to do with the Dos (IntBasic or Applesoft ???)
What do I have to wirte before ?
CALL - 151
and then ??? before the Hex dump ???
Or something else ??
After you dump dos into your apple II's memory, INIT HELLO blank disk. This is a bare minimum DOS to get you started. Next, boot that disk to make sure it works. Next, dump ADT over and save it (I believe the dump auto-saves). The last step is to verify ADT by copying over DOS 3.3 with ADT disk image. After that, just make backups! Hope this helps. By the way, all of this is done in Applesoft.
So I can just dump the raw hex of the "IntBasic" ?
Do I have to write "CALL - 151" before ?
And then only
: aa bb cc dd ee ff gg hh