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    Quote Originally Posted by mloewen View Post
    I believe the Tanner 64KB static board should also work.

    http://q7.neurotica.com/Oldtech/S100/Tanner64K.jpg
    Yeah, Tanner/Digital Research/Coex are all the same card, and they do work well in older S-100 systems without modification. They support 24-bit addressing, but it's easily disabled with a DIP switch. I don't recall if they ground pins 20 and 70.

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    Quote Originally Posted by glitch View Post
    Yeah, Tanner/Digital Research/Coex are all the same card, and they do work well in older S-100 systems without modification. They support 24-bit addressing, but it's easily disabled with a DIP switch. I don't recall if they ground pins 20 and 70.
    Mine was grounded, I just cut the traces. It can be repaied if necessary, allthough I only ever plan on using it on older systems.

    I got my rom board configured and an eprom burned. I'm just getting my serial card set up and will test the memory card via a monitor in the next day or two. As long as I can write to it I am not to plussed about front panel access. Thank you everyone for your assistance!

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    RAM16 confirmed working now. Can write using the ROM monitor.

    Thanks for everyone's input.

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