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Diagrams for all rip CHIP !!!!
Diagrams for all rip CHIP !!!! –
Well done Ok.
Now besides the Magic 2 also have the Bluechip source code.
Only codes, only numbers, only words....... nothing facts !!!!!
Where are the schemes to install the chip?
What does it interest there of the sources if you don't publish the schemes?
Hold them to you for you!!!
We want facts no words ?
For the messiah at least you need access to a PCB manufacturing plant (i.e. factory)
I would assume the same for the other two hex's.
At this stage it is not possible to create your own but in time when the hex's are hopefully converted to chips with greater availability and any neccesary bios patches are available then perhaps it will be possible to home brew.
BTW I think your attitude stinks - I assume you are unable to help in this home brew project which has several threads already yet you want something spoon fed to you that NO-ONE has achieved yet.
This whole project has to start somewhere and a simply ripped hex is far from the end of it.
Patience is a virtue
Last edited by corf; 11-15-2002 at 10:55 AM.
if you are talking about install diagrams for the original chips. They r all over the net
For Magic2 and Bluechip forum talk about no PCB but easy chip as Origa Scenix.
This is a 28 pin chip, I think, but if I program it with source code how i can install ? I need diagram !!??
Magic2 requires the Xilinx device too to operate correctly. So, a PCB will be required.