[vcf-midatlantic] iUEC Drive on a B128!

Rob Clarke crock at clarke-family.org.uk
Sun Mar 6 09:57:52 EST 2016

I used a UIEC with Michau's kernel extensions and the IEC to cassette port adapter that came with Superscript and it seems pretty reliable. Michau is still active on cbm-hackers and is easy to get hold of.


On 5 March 2016 23:31:42 GMT+00:00, william degnan via vcf-midatlantic <vcf-midatlantic at lists.vintagecomputerfederation.org> wrote:
>> The iUEC is for serial devices, so I had to use a serial to IEEE
>> conversion setup.  I will document it online when I have the chance. 
>> is part of a project I am working on for VCF E...Just makes my life a
>> of a lot easier because I can work on the modern PC to write code and
>> to B series using an SD card,   So much more efficient.  And I
>> using the iUEC with a B Series computer has never been done before.
>> b
>There was talk in 2011 about using the iUEC but I don't think anyone
>all of the pieces in one place, or in my case I had the hardware but
>not actually need to make the connection until now.  For more info on
>drive interfacing with the uIEC see Steve Gray's page about
><http://www.6502.org/users/sjgray/computer/cbm2/> Unfortunately the
>link he
>provides to Michau's CBM-II.COM site is dead; supposedly Michau was
>able to
>get the uIEC to work, or something like it.
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