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    Additional to what Dwight pointed out above... ...

    Additional to what Dwight pointed out above...

    The purpose of each of the 8 bits that you can read from the Interfacer 1 status port (which you have configured to be input port 01H) are defined on...
  2. The CompuPro Interfacer 1 as well as most other...

    The CompuPro Interfacer 1 as well as most other CompuPro boards were designed to meet the IEEE696/S100 standard. This causes a problem when these boards are used in an IMSAI as Al Kossow pointed out...
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    An additional issue... Your Disk1 was designed...

    An additional issue...

    Your Disk1 was designed for a 24 pin 2KB ROM, whereas the Disk1A (with a selection of 4 boot routines for each of CompuPro's x80, x86, 68K, and 32016 CPUs) was designed for...
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    Were you perhaps referring to the Disk1A ? To the...

    Were you perhaps referring to the Disk1A ? To the best of my knowledge no documentation exists for the boot ROM on the Disk1B to explain the selections it provides, though I recall figuring out from...
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