Category Archives: Amstrad

Programming an Amstrad CPC Dandanator Mini

Introduction I got my Dandanator a few weeks ago and already it’s helped me diagnose faulty RAM on one of my CPC 664’s. It came pre-loaded with some games but I’d like to understand how to re-program it with some … Continue reading

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Ram tests and more with the Dandanator from Hobby Retro

Introduction I’ve heard a lot about the Dandanator from various websites so decided to get myself one. This device is designed by a very clever guy called Daniel Leon and is available as an open source project for anyone to … Continue reading

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Disassembling my old code part 6 – Processing disc activities

Introduction This is part 6 of a blog series I’m doing to catalog some of the programs I wrote back in 1988, starting with a disc sector editor I wrote called Disced. I’m doing this because I like doing it, … Continue reading

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Disassembling my old code from 1988 – part 4

Introduction This is part 4 of a blog series I’m doing to catalog my adventures through some of the programs I wrote back in 1988. If you missed the previous parts, they are listed below. Disassembling my old code part … Continue reading

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