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Old 09 February 2020, 21:37   #1
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Progressive Peripherals & Software ProRAM 2000

I have one of these cards in my "box of stuff". It appears to be fully populated, but no additonal RAM appears in my A2000 (or A3000) with it inserted.

I am unable to find any old manual or instructions for it. Does anyone have a card like this and know how the jumpers work?

I think a similar card was sold by ASDG called the "8MI" but mine has many more jumpers, and it's not documented either.
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Could only find info on the ProRam 3000:
https://www.bigbookofamigahardware.c...t.aspx?id=1058
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Thanks very much, but unfortunately it's an entirely different card.
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