Subject: Re: A2000-040 and Picasso II
To: Markus Illenseer" , "amiga <amiga@NetBSD.ORG>
From: Michael L. Hitch <>
List: amiga
Date: 03/19/1995 22:50:08
On Mar 13, 10:46am, "Markus Illenseer" wrote:
>  The black screen means that the Picasso is not correctly intialized
> at all!  The problem is known, I have tried to fix it using the hack
> which added a 0xfff to the register-addresses hoping that the
> 040-Interface would then magically use the correct registers, alas it
> doesn't. 
>  I know the bug is only imminent for A2000 with 2 specific 040 boards:
> Firecracker and GVP.  Both are known to have a buggy 040 interface,
> under ADOS you would correct it using (a special) setpatch.

  I finally got a chance to try my Picasso in my A2000 with the
Progressive Peripherals Inc. Zeus board, and it doesn't work with
that 040 board either.


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