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Afaik,

 

Ralf David designed the Eprom Burner, but it was sold by more than one german vendor, one of them was Klaus Peters and since Abbuc bought all rights of Compyshop and Klaus Peters, Abbuc has now the ownership. Maybe Abbuc has plans, schematics, software, ROMs, etc. of this eprom burner available - I do not know.

 

In my collection I have a picture of the Ralf David Eprom Burner (very low resolution) and two german PDF manuals for it. See attachment...

RD_Eprom_Burner.zip

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Afaik,

 

Ralf David designed the Eprom Burner, but it was sold by more than one german vendor, one of them was Klaus Peters and since Abbuc bought all rights of Compyshop and Klaus Peters, Abbuc has now the ownership. Maybe Abbuc has plans, schematics, software, ROMs, etc. of this eprom burner available - I do not know.

 

In my collection I have a picture of the Ralf David Eprom Burner (very low resolution) and two german PDF manuals for it. See attachment...

 

 

Thank you for the info. :)

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I am looking for info on a eprom burner by Ralf David. All the references I can find point to ABBUC, but their website is down. Does anyone have a contact email for him? Or pictures of the device etc Software. ROM.

If you can tell what you are exactly looking for, maybe I can help. I still use this device. The original SpartaDOS X cartridge could serve it

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If you can tell what you are exactly looking for, maybe I can help. I still use this device. The original SpartaDOS X cartridge could serve it

 

I was thinking about reimaging the board. As I've been told ABBUC owns the rights to it, so I would need to get permission from them to reimage it I suppose. It and the CSS Super E/Gang programmer seem to be the best burners that directly connected to the Atari. I realize it would probably be a novelty board, as most people would use the newer and in some respects better USB/Serial Port burners you can get a dime a dozen on Ebay. It's just another piece of near original Atari hardware I would like to preserve. :)

 

That pic is neat! Another cart that the SpartaDOS cart can run. :thumbsup:

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