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Subdirectories

8296/
Commodore 8296 specific firmware
SuperPET/
SuperPET stuff (8032 with add-on boards). This machine was also known as the MicroMainFrame 9000, or MMF 9000.
d/
Memory maps and ROM disassembly listings
drives@
Disk drive firmware
other/
PET firmware distributed by other companies than Commodore.
schematics@
PET schematic diagrams

Files

PET-Interfaces.txt 2009-08-18 4497
This document tells where in the PET address space different interface chips are mapped. Written by William Levak.
PET-board.txt 2009-08-18 2658
Information about the PET components and main boards, composed by William Levak.
PET-parts.txt 2009-08-18 3339
Information about PET parts and firmware, composed by William Levak.
README 2009-08-18 9055
General information about the PET firmware, composed by Olaf Seibert.
README.also 2009-08-18 3276
Additional information and corrections to the README document, written by William Levak.
basic-2-c000.901465-01.bin 2009-08-18 4096
Also available as 6540-020 + 6540-021.
basic-2-d000.901465-02.bin 2009-08-18 4096
Also available as 6540-022 + 6540-023.
basic-4-b000.901465-19.bin 2009-08-18 4096
BASIC 4 ROM, original version
basic-4-b000.901465-23.bin 2009-08-18 4096
BASIC 4 ROM, patched version
basic-4-c000.901465-20.bin 2009-08-18 4096
BASIC 4 ROM
basic-4-d000.901465-21.bin 2009-08-18 4096
BASIC 4 ROM
basic4e.zip 2009-08-18 20731
An unknown ROM-Set saved from a CBM 3032. It seems to be a modified Basic 4.0 for CBM 3001
characters-1.901447-08.bin 2009-08-18 2048
Character generator for BASIC 1. Slightly different mapping than in the 901447-10 ROM. This ROM has upper case characters where the characters-2 has lower case and characters-1 has lower case where characters-2 has upper case.
characters-2.901447-10.bin 2009-08-18 2048
Character generator for BASIC 2 and BASIC 4. The very same character set was used in the VIC-20, except for one modification: the backslash character (\) was replaced with a sterling pound symbol (£).
characters-hungarian.bin 2009-08-18 2048
Hungarian character generator ROM
characters-norwegian.bin 2009-08-18 2048
Norwegian character generator for BASIC 2 and BASIC 4. The characters [\] are replaced by ÆØÅ; in the uppercase/lowercase set, the uppercase ÆØÅ replace the three graphic characters that look like +|-, and the graphic characters +| replace the two graphic characters that contain ascending and descending diagonal patterns. Dumped from a 2716 EPROM in a CBM 3032 by Eirik Risholm <signoff@online.no>.
characters-swedish.901447-14.bin 2009-08-18 2048
Swedish/Finnish character generator for BASIC 2 and BASIC 4. The characters [\] are replaced by ÄÖÅ; in the uppercase/lowercase set, the uppercase ÄÖÅ replace the three graphic characters that look like +|-.
edit-2-b.901474-01.bin 2009-08-18 2048
Screen editor ($E000-$E7FF) for BASIC 2, business keyboard, no CRTC (40 columns)
edit-2-n.901447-24.bin 2009-08-18 2048
Screen editor for BASIC 2, normal keyboard, no CRTC (40 columns)
edit-4-40-n-50Hz.901498-01.bin 2009-08-18 2048
Screen editor for BASIC 4, normal keyboard, CRTC, 40 columns, 50 Hz
edit-4-40-n-60Hz.901499-01.bin 2009-08-18 2048
Screen editor for BASIC 4, normal keyboard, CRTC, 40 columns, 60 Hz
edit-4-80-b-50Hz.901474-04-3681.bin 2009-08-18 2048
Screen editor for BASIC 4, business keyboard, CRTC, 80 columns, 50 Hz. The chip is dated 3681. There are some differences from the other archived copies of the 901474-04 ROM.
edit-4-80-b-50Hz.901474-04.bin 2009-08-18 2048
Screen editor for BASIC 4, business keyboard, CRTC, 80 columns, 50 Hz
edit-4-80-b-50Hz.901474-04_.bin 2009-08-18 2048
An alternative version of the above. Which one is correct?
edit-4-80-b-50Hz.german.bin 2009-08-18 2048
Screen editor for BASIC 4, a German EPROM. Further information is unavailable at the moment.
edit-4-80-b-50Hz.swedish.bin 2009-08-18 2048
Screen editor for BASIC 4, business keyboard, CRTC, 80 columns, 50 Hz, Swedish/Finnish keyboard layout. The 2716 EPROM chip has a label with text "8000-UD7, SCREEN-04".
edit-4-80-b-60Hz.901474-03.bin 2009-08-18 2048
Screen editor for BASIC 4, business keyboard, CRTC, 80 columns, 60 Hz
edit-4-b.901474-02.bin 2009-08-18 2048
Screen editor for BASIC 4, business keyboard, no CRTC (40 columns)
edit-4-n.901447-29.bin 2009-08-18 2048
Screen editor for BASIC 4, normal keyboard, no CRTC (40 columns)
kernal-2.901465-03.bin 2009-08-18 4096
KERNAL for BASIC 2. Also available as 6540-025 + 6540-026.
kernal-4.901465-22.bin 2009-08-18 4096
KERNAL for BASIC 4
rom-1-c000.901439-01.bin 2009-08-18 2048
Original PET 2001 C000-C7FF ROM. This is the first ROM of a bigger set. The files matching the pattern *901439* will form the complete set.
rom-1-c000.901439-09.bin 2009-08-18 2048
Revised PET 2001 C000-C7FF ROM.
rom-1-c000.901447-01.bin 2009-08-18 2048
Original PET 2001 C000-C7FF ROM. This is the first ROM of a bigger set. The files matching the pattern *901447* will form the complete set.
rom-1-c000.901447-09.bin 2009-08-18 2048
Revised PET 2001 C000 ROM.
rom-1-c800.901439-05.bin 2009-08-18 2048
 
rom-1-c800.901447-02.bin 2009-08-18 2048
 
rom-1-d000.901439-02.bin 2009-08-18 2048
 
rom-1-d000.901447-03.bin 2009-08-18 2048
 
rom-1-d800.901439-06.bin 2009-08-18 2048
 
rom-1-d800.901447-04.bin 2009-08-18 2048
 
rom-1-e000.901439-03.bin 2009-08-18 2048
 
rom-1-e000.901447-05.bin 2009-08-18 2048
 
rom-1-f000.901439-04.bin 2009-08-18 2048
 
rom-1-f000.901447-06.bin 2009-08-18 2048
 
rom-1-f800.901439-07.bin 2009-08-18 2048
 
rom-1-f800.901447-07.bin 2009-08-18 2048
 

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