[sebhc] Update of image transfer file

Dwight K. Elvey dwight.elvey at amd.com
Mon Jun 7 16:33:36 CDT 2004

Hi Carroll
 Make sure you have working 8K of working
RAM at 040.000.I suspect that HDOS2.0 will
need more but that is all I need.
 If you use the RAM test in the
H-17, make sure to watch the BC register. It
needs to make a full pass from 0 to 377 to
actually test all the bits. If you are not
familiar with it, set the PC to 030.003
and GO. It'll stop to let you check the
HL ( start of RAM ) and DE ( end of RAM ).
Make sure to set to BC before the second

>From: "Carroll Waddell" <CarrollWaddell at sc.rr.com>
>I'll give this a try asap. It sounds like what I'm looking for. I have 
>blank diskettes, but no way to boot to a disk system.
>Dwight K. Elvey wrote:
>>Hi All
>> I've made an update of my image transfer file.
>>It has been posted to the ftp page.
>>Here are a list of the things it does:
>>1. Take an image file ( *.H8D in the ftp library ) and
>> create a disk on the H89/Z90/H8 platforms.
>>2. Bootstraps a Hxx machine with no floppies with code on them.
>>3. Transfers image files to and from PC to Hxx disk.
>>I have checked the following platforms. Other
>>combination may work.
>>H89 with serial card.
>>H8 with PAM8 and H8-5 ( one may be able to use this with
>>                        the H19 port of the H88 board on a H89
>>                        if you don't have a serial card ).
>>H8 with XCON8 and H8-4
>> This code is only for 40 track hard sectored systems( so far ).
>>It will run in a H8 with only 8K starting at 040.000.
>> I'm looking for feedback.
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