HRA's One Chip MSX VHDL and documentation

by snout on 11-12-2006, 22:30
Topic: MSX Revival
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HRA has opened a website dedicated to the One Chip MSX, which contains Instructions on how to change the LEDs from 'Knightrider' mode to SD/MMC access leds and an improvement to code that fixes a boot issue when starting/resetting in 10MHz mode. Last but not least, he has documented how the memory of the One Chip MSX is probably divided into different areas over here.

Relevant link: HRA's One Chip MSX website

Comments (3)

By snout

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11-12-2006, 22:32

I like the Knightrider -> SD/MMC access fix. ^_^

By Bastiaan

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12-12-2006, 08:19

There is 24 MB unused?!?
Or is my Japanese not as good as it used to be?

Let's find some use for this huge amount of memory Smile

By Grauw

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12-12-2006, 12:45

Great, 1CM resources ftw! Smile. It makes me more confident in modifying the VHDL now.

Although, the knightrider display is cool! Why would anyone want to turn that off is beyond me… (ok, I kinda understand Smile)

"and an improvement to code that fixes a boot issue when starting/resetting in 10MHz mode." - yes, I think I encountered this, rebooting has been giving me some trouble sometimes.

Bastiaan: yes, it has 32MB of memory internally. Of course, it’s way too much for an MSX Smile.

~Grauw

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