[E3-hacking] Making life easy for you

Cliff Lawson clawson at amstrad.com
Fri Jun 17 11:31:25 BST 2005

A bit like Slartiblartfast proudly announcing "I was responsible for those
twiddly bits"...

I was responsible for the NC200 design. :-)

Don't the public documents I posted on the net about NC100/NC150/200 include
info about the disk firmware API then? I thought they did. Think there's a
copy at http://web.ukonline.co.uk/cliff.lawson/files.htm

Sadly, if they didn't then I fear I may have lost these things about 3 hard
drive crashes ago (in the un-enlightened days before I stored everything on
secure network servers :-(

It's just vaguely possible that I may still have a printed copy though
(though the pile has been "weeded" a few times since the late 80's too!).
I'll have a rummage...


> -----Original Message-----
> From: David Given [mailto:dg at cowlark.com]
> (Also incidentally, I own a NC200. It's a lovely piece of 
> hardware. I'm trying 
> to hack that, too --- I have my own code booting from the 
> SRAM card, but I 
> haven't deciphered the floppy disk boot code yet...)

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