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Old 23 October 2020, 23:45   #1
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Burning CDTV Extended ROMs question

Hi,
I have ordered some MBM27C1000-15Z which have the correct pinout (Pin 2 is OE and PIN 24 is A16 which is the same as what i see on the CDTV service manual)
When loading the extended ROMs do I need to Byte Swap them before burning as is the case for the Kickstart ROM?
I am using the ROMs which i exported from the ROM Toolbox from the Amiga Forever that i have just purchased
In addition there are various options in hex editors when loading such as 'Clear Buffer Default or from 0x00 etc as well as loading types such as normal and load a low byte of a word
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Old 24 October 2020, 02:25   #2
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27C1000 are byte wide EPROMs (unlike 27c400 which are 16-bit) so there's nothing to swap. But you must split them into odd and even (you need two 27C1000)

These EPROMs are great for Atari STe TOS 2.06 btw.
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27C1000 are byte wide EPROMs (unlike 27c400 which are 16-bit) so there's nothing to swap. But you must split them into odd and even (you need two 27C1000)

These EPROMs are great for Atari STe TOS 2.06 btw.
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