NeowareProgrammer

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Welcome to my attempt at an easy solution for older device programmers.


*** This also includes multi-purpose tools to create bootable USB drives,
    which are able to READ and flash ANY image to (almost) any thin client.


Remember about limited writes to flash drives!  For that reason, 
drive D: is set up as a RAMdisk, and C: is locked at boot time.

Use D: for temporary storage, then, copy your files using XTree
to/from the Network drive E:.

You WILL need to modify the startup files to make it work on your network.
The choices in the menu should do it. First, Unprotect the Flash, then
Edit AUTOEXEC.BAT and replace my network info with yours.
Do NOT change anything else, Do the same in Net connections.
Re-protect Flash, re-boot and test your work.

If you are running this on a Neoware CA15, that's it, but if you use
different hardware, then you need to select a different Net card driver,
probably need to re-optimize QEMM, etc.  It can be a very challenging
and time consuming process, and definitely beyond the scope of this readme.

To use this on a Needham's SA-10 or SA-20, Connect your Programmer to
the COM1: port and run the Needham's software from the menu.  Check your
file pointers, and MAKE SURE to include D:EPROM in the PC Filename.

When saving .HEX files, it will be necessary to Edit the resulting file,
and remove the first line. In the XTree Editor, use Ctrl-Y.

Sunrise Z1000B is a little different, COM1: connected to Port A, to
send a .HEX file to the Programmer, Set up the transfer on the 
Programmer, when it asks I/O port A/B, go to XTree, select your .HEX
file, press F9, then press A on the Programmer, then (quickly) select 
Send Direct to COM1: in the Menu.

Use Procomm to receive .HEX files from the Programmer, pgdn key, ASCII
format, esc when done.

ALWAYS Start the Receiving end first, also, No need to edit .HEX files
as with the Needham's.

*** Important***  Remember that files go in D:EPROM.  You *MUST* re-log
the D drive to see the new files.


Atari BASIC Ver. C is included in c:eprom.  Use it to test. 

the J key in XTree will compare two files, it is a VERY useful tool.

Good Luck!

-Kyle

		
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