Gazoo Posted June 8, 2015 Author Share Posted June 8, 2015 I have added some edits to post #48 mentioned above which should help clarify things. These are highlighted in blue. Basically follow the recipe in that post. Since you are making a BASIC program it should work fine without modifying VEP ram that you care about. The CF7 should take care of the extra 5 bytes automatically. Naturally, if the loader is a different length than the one in post #48 then you have to modify the programs to embed a buffer that is the right length and move the right number of bytes into the buffer. I've been testing by using the original Basic program, which was quite a bit longer because it contained character set data, and just patching in a new program image with a hex editor where the original one was. I make sure the length of the original Basic program is maintained by padding it. It loads the program and a bunch of zeros after it, but what's the harm. It's a much quicker process as I only have to assemble one program instead of 2. Gazoo Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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