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Re: New dumps [Re: Darkstar] #87783 04/24/13 05:35 AM
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Originally Posted By Darkstar
Just stumbled upon this:

http://archive.org/details/mach2p-schematics
http://luck.linux.or.jp/~shimsoft/boyaki/mach2p.html
http://www.geocities.jp/siliconvalley3115/info/data/mkha2p.html

might be interesting for SCSI in X68000...

(amazing what you can find by just browsing through archive.org smile )

also this but this is probably already known...

--Darkstar


We have already the ROM dumps for the Mach-2/Mach2P SCSI-2 Host Adapter Boards (rev. 6415/6416) smile

Re: New dumps [Re: Darkstar] #87799 04/24/13 12:11 PM
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And no emulation of the chip that uses.

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If you check the uploader on those archive.org items you might find a familiar name wink

Re: New dumps [Re: Darkstar] #87802 04/24/13 03:24 PM
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Datasheets are available here and here for example (56 pages for the MB86604A and >250 pages for the probably closely related MB86604ACF)

I know that doesn't magically make the chip emulated but now it's here for future reference

--Darkstar

Re: New dumps [Re: Darkstar] #87803 04/24/13 03:49 PM
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Takao Nakamura is a familiar name? smile

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Originally Posted By R. Belmont
Takao Nakamura is a familiar name? smile
no grin (hehe)

Re: New dumps [Re: Darkstar] #87893 04/28/13 06:16 PM
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Some ancient peripherals for the Apple world here:

Appletalk-Ethernet bridge Cayman GatorBox CS

https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/55419307/GatorBox%20CS.rar

Appletalk-Ethernet bridge Kinetics (Shiva) Fastpath 4

https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/55419307/Fastpath%204.rar

SCSI-Ethernet bridge Nuvolink SC

https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/55419307/NuvoLink%20SC.rar

And this is a real treasure trove of drivers for old hardware:

http://www.toddp.com/classic/Software%20Install/Peripheral%20Support%20Drivers/

Robert


NCR DMV- DEC Rainbow- Siemens PCD- ITT 3030-Oly People- Acorn A5000- Olivetti M20
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Huh. Looks like no ROM dumps from any of them though?

The Nuvolink in particular is kind of hilarious because it's yet another DP8390/NE2000, except this time over SCSI.

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I knew there was something I had forgotten smile


Archives are updated.


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Great, thanks!

A few clarifications on chips that are hard to read:

- FastPath: what's the big Intel? chip nearish the BNC port?
- NuvoLink has an Intel CPU I can't quite make out. 80C186 or 80C188?

Also, on the GatorBox, there's an EEPROM and an Intel flash chip for settings which may or may not be important to have dumped. Unfortunately both soldered down from the looks of things.

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