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Old 10 November 2019, 07:15   #1
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Blizzard 2060 Crash-Dumps with no On-board RAM

Okay here's a new one for you, since I know you get bored if there aren't enough issues to solve

When I try to start up with Blizzard 2060, it immediately crash-dumps if there is no accelerator on-board RAM. With RAM added, it boots (at least to "Insert Floppy" screen, that's as far as I tested it so far.

Adding other types of RAM (Z2/Z3 Fast, generic Processor Slot RAM, etc.) does not make the Blizzard 2060 work.

I know it's a minor issue--I can just add RAM to the 2060 and not worry about it. But I almost reported it as "Blizzard 2060 is broken and always crashes" problem, until I messed around more and discovered that it worked with RAM configured.

Anyway I am pretty certain this is a bug, though a minor one for sure.
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Old 10 November 2019, 17:57   #2
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Fixed. It was maprom support that was added later that didn't like non-existing RAM.
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