Unknown model MSX TurboR with modem and serial

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بواسطة Manuel

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صورة Manuel

15-11-2015, 22:11

About the PCM: is the hardware in it? It should be on port &HA4. What does ?INP(&HA4) give?

بواسطة NYYRIKKI

Enlighted (5982)

صورة NYYRIKKI

15-11-2015, 22:12

Piter Punk wrote:

Two external cartridge slots, slot 1 and slot 2; slot 2 have a metal cover but it's easy to remove. There is one internal connector that can be a third slot, but it's not the usual cartridge connector.

If you have free time some day, it would be nice to know where the /SLTSL of 3rd slot goes...

بواسطة NYYRIKKI

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صورة NYYRIKKI

15-11-2015, 22:20

Manuel wrote:

About the PCM: is the hardware in it? It should be on port &HA4. What does ?INP(&HA4) give?

... and while you are looking this, output of this test would be interesting as well:

FOR I=0 to 15:OUT &HE4,I:?INP(&HE5):NEXT

... also does OUT &HA5,0 mute all of the sounds?

بواسطة Manuel

Ascended (19060)

صورة Manuel

15-11-2015, 22:42

Weird, as the machine doesn't seem to have any FDC (nor any disk drives ;-)), I removed the FDC from the openMSX config, and replaced it with a plain ROM of 48 kB visible in the slot, using the same section of the large ROM. But when I do that, the AUCNET.ROM starts up with a white background, which seems to be wrong. When I put back the FDC, it starts up with a black background, as NYYRIKKI already posted screenshots of...
So, something special is going on... does someone have an idea?

I'll commit the openMSX config soon (thanks to NYYRIKKI for his input on it) by the way and I'll add a link to it.

PiterPunk: can you post a photo of what you see in MSX-BASIC after pressing all cursors and INS+DEL to get past that Japanese message screen?

بواسطة Piter Punk

Master (228)

صورة Piter Punk

15-11-2015, 22:42

NYYRIKKI wrote:
Manuel wrote:

About the PCM: is the hardware in it? It should be on port &HA4. What does ?INP(&HA4) give?

... and while you are looking this, output of this test would be interesting as well:

FOR I=0 to 15:OUT &HE4,I:?INP(&HE5):NEXT

... also does OUT &HA5,0 mute all of the sounds?

The INP(&HA4) gives... multiple values?

Sometimes it gives 0, and some times it gives 1

The "for" result:

I     INP
0     255
1     255
2     255
3     255
4     255
5     64
6     0
7     255
8     255
9     255
10    255
11    255
12    255
13    3
14    47
15    139

No sound are played and no sound stopped with OUT &HA5,0 (keyboard click continues)

بواسطة mars2000you

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صورة mars2000you

15-11-2015, 22:52

@Manuel : for the 48 kb DOS2 rom, maybe the solution is to use the MSXDOS 2 mapper, as in blueMSX.

بواسطة Piter Punk

Master (228)

صورة Piter Punk

15-11-2015, 23:01

Manuel wrote:

PiterPunk: can you post a photo of what you see in MSX-BASIC after pressing all cursors and INS+DEL to get past that Japanese message screen?

BASIC prompt

بواسطة snout

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صورة snout

15-11-2015, 23:31

Has anyone already accidentally bought a second hand car? Wink

بواسطة flyguille

Prophet (3028)

صورة flyguille

15-11-2015, 23:32

snout wrote:

Has anyone already accidentally bought a second hand car? Wink

Tongue

بواسطة Manuel

Ascended (19060)

صورة Manuel

15-11-2015, 23:50

mars2000you: it seems I need to use something like that, but I'll first have to check how to do that in combination with the Panasonic ROM. (As NYYRIKKI put it somewhere: it's a mapper in a mapper...)

To get past the introscreen on a PC keyboard that doesn't really work properly, use this console command to press the keys:
keymatrixdown 8 253
and this to unpress them again:
keymatrixup 8 253
Then you can at least get to basic.

The config file is here, please see the comments that describe the limitations (as it's not fully done yet):
(initial) commit: https://github.com/openMSX/openMSX/commit/51c64c0f86a2b893c9...
the most recent version of the config itself: https://raw.githubusercontent.com/openMSX/openMSX/master/sha...

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