This directory contains the instructions for building an internal memory expansion of 256, 512 or 1024 kilobytes for the Commodore 128 or Commodore 128D computers. There are different versions of the documentation, and some software to test the memory expansion.
Don't forget to look for prlink in /pub/cbm/transfer. It is a transfer system for PC or Amiga and C= 8-bit computers. It supports also this memory expansion.


1028-a4.ps.gz 1999-12-22 136849
Documentation in PostScript format. For DIN A4 paper, 32 pages.
1028-letter.ps.gz 1999-12-22 137959
Documentation in PostScript format. For letter paper, 46 pages.
1028.html 1999-12-22 109612
Documentation in validated HTML 4.0
1028.html-mmu-t.gif 1999-12-22 12587
1028.html-mmu.gif 1999-12-22 32114
Schematic diagram of the MMU part (four MMU memory banks)
1028.html-pia-t.gif 1999-12-22 12573
1028.html-pia.gif 1999-12-22 32680
Schematic diagram of the PIA part (256kB memory banks instead of 64kB)
1028.tex 1999-12-22 152900
LaTeX 2.09 source code for the documentation.
1028.txt 1999-12-22 110567
Documentation in ASCII, at most 80 columns/line.
piaglobe.128.d7c0.prg 1996-01-01 11300
The same as above, for a PIA that is located at $d7c0.
piaglobe.128.prg 1994-05-01 11494
A globe viewer program for the 512 kB and 1024 kB memory expansions. Assumes that the PIA is at $dfc0.
piaglobe.asm 1996-01-01 62475
DASM source code of the globe viewer.
ros-v1.sfx@ 1994-05-01 39170
Source code for RAM disk and some other utilities for C64 mode.
util256.sfx@ 1994-05-01 44684
RAM disk, miscellanous utilities and some source code for C64 mode.

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