Tag Archives: loader

A few updates

For those who are wondering why I am slow to reply to requests, I shall say that I’ve been quite busy at work, in the process of changing the infrastructure technology used for our application stack. Unfortunately, my responsiveness might … Continue reading

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Tiny C2N Monitor: one fully built and tested device available

As mentioned a few days back, I’ve now made a fully built Tiny C2N Monitor available to those interested in one.If interested, just visit my sales page for the details.

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Tiny C2N Monitor: How I go about soldering SMD components

Here’s a few pictures of the method and order in which I solder SMD components on the Tiny C2N Monitor board. Hopefully these will be of some help to those interested in acquiring a DIY kit! Happy soldering!

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Tiny C2N Monitor: might ship as fully built device

As I understand users might not be comfortable with soldering together Tiny C2N Monitor kits, I might offer fully built devices as an option. Here’s what the device looks like once soldered together: I’d hate to go into the full details … Continue reading

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New batch of Tiny C2N Monitor DIY kits

Tonight I decided to assemble one of the new Tiny C2N Monitor kits, for testing purposes. It all went very smoothly and I am happy to announce that 10 additional kits will be available shortly. I don’t expect these to … Continue reading

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Bleepload F1 documentation

As I am documenting Bleepload ahead of a scanner reimplementation in TAPClean, I thought to share a preview of the loader, disassembled from Bubble Bobble. The code is available on my DokuWiki space and comments are welcome! Also, I should … Continue reading

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Load and Decrunch with ByteBoozer 2

Having had quite some experience with disk loaders and decrunchers lately, I decided to publish an updated version of David Malmborg’s Byte Boozer 2.0 on GitHub, as a tribute to David’s excellent work. Along with a fix to the PC cruncher, … Continue reading

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