Latest TF534 is here

TF534 - 68030 + More RAM Board (More compatible with amiga hardware)

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terriblefire wrote: Mon Feb 18, 2019 8:57 am Did you grab the firmware I stuck in the repo over the weekend?
Something's wrong with that one, the archive is empty.
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Will sort later... mad busy with kids so might have missed something
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Ok new firmware pushed.. Its a combined pack for all boards.

https://github.com/terriblefire/terribl ... _alpha.zip
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@alenppc i noticed a regression with my IDE code on the TF534... must have been when i was trying to figure out my cable issues. I've emailed you a new version. Let me know how you get on and i'll push to the repo.
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Spotted a small bug on the 534 rev2c, the only one so far.
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What’s the bug.. difficult to tell from the screenshot
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The Early Startup Menu pretty much crashes the machine (the buttons are not displayed) and crash if you click in their place.

This is at 36 MHz. I have not encountered any other issues so far.
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I’ve seen this before. Thought it was cache related. :/
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I don't think this is cache, it's something else. I don't think 2b had it, but I can double check.
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There are no changes between the two that could account for this. Very odd..

EDIT: Sum total of changes are a pull up on BG20, rewired 5 missing address pins to the unused pins on the RAMCPLD and I removed an earth trace that was on the bottom layer so that I could give more space to grounding to the ground plane.

This can’t account for a major behaviour change.
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