How many S-100 boards do you have plugged into the Super ELF?
I have a small 4 slot S-100 mother board that came with my Super ELF (needs sockets).
But I have no idea how it is supposed to connect to the Super ELF? Are you expected to bridge wires to it via the solder side?
Where did you get a copy of Quest Full Basic, at some point Matt would like to put that on his EPROM board, I would like to help sort that out.
PS. Wow, that's a lot of sockets! Did you do all the 2102 RAM chips on the Expansion Board?
> Date: Tue, 16 Sep 2014 16:09:03 -0400
> From: Ma...@Misty.com
> To: n8vem...@googlegroups.com
> Subject: Re: [N8VEM-S100:5218] OT: VCF-MW
> On Mon, Sep 15, 2014 at 10:23:05PM -0400, Crusty OMO wrote:
> > Hi Guys,
> > Well, we went to VCF MW this weekend and had a great time.
> > Dave Ruske (www.COSMACELF.com), Lee Hart, Bill Rowe and myself
> > exhibited a big line up of COSMAC ELF 1802 systems.
> > There's a thread opening up about it on the COSMAC ELF yahoo group with
> > links to everyone's pictures, but here's a shot of the group.
> > Now that this is done, I'll be tackling the CP/M issues on the 8080
> > board and fixing up Matt's Super ELF.
> > Matt, Here's an idea... how about you and your friend come back to
> > Toronto on Dec 6, 2014 for World of Commodore Show?
> > I am intending to exhibit my ALTAIR there loading Micro-Soft 4K Basic.
> > I will ready your Super ELF by that date and you can pick it up at the
> > show??? I'll put it in the "Free" pile and you can scoop it up... just
> > kidding.
> It happens that I'm in the process of fixing up my Quest Super Elf.
> My soldering wasn't so good at age 13, when I assembled it the first time,
> so even though it still worked, it could benefit from some cleaning up
> and minor improvements.
> I've posted some pictures to the cosmacelf yahoo group site, and will soon
> put more there, and on a site of my own.
> Work includes:
> - I unsoldered and replaced *ALL* old style IC sockets with modern machined
> pin sockets (Done, and the Super Elf still works! Phew!)
> - Replace three power-hungry Wameco 8k S100 boards (64 2102 chips on each)
> with N8VEM EPROM/RAM board. (I have the Super Expansion Board, plus
> a small S-100 backplane was added to support 3 memory cards.)
> - New small switching supply mounted inside the Quest case instead of
> massive external linear DC supply I used to use.
> - Try and get Quest Full Basic in EPROM, or at least Tiny Basic + serial
> I/O, so no loading from tape or keypad is necessary just to get to Basic.
> - Experiment with whether a Sparetime Gizmos ELF2k monitor ROM and possibly
> even elf2k disk I/O board might work with in combination with the Super Elf.
> Mark G. Thomas (Ma...@Misty.com)
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