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 ^Projects^Current Status^Comments| ^Projects^Current Status^Comments|
 |**Processor boards** | | | |**Processor boards** | | |
-|SBC V2|Running|Running with no problems at 20 Mhz with Prop I/O or PPISD. Built with ALS and F-logic. Up to (at least) 12 MHz with DiskIO v3, Dual IDE and Dual SD. My first build at N8VEM.| +|SBC V2|Running|Running with no problems at 20 Mhz with Prop I/O, PPIDE or PPISD. Built with ALS and F-logic. Up to (at least) 12 MHz with DiskIO v3, Dual IDE and Dual SD. My first build at N8VEM.| 
-|Z180 Mark IV|Running|Built with LS-logic only. Z8S180-33 with 18.432 MHz oscillator (x2), RomWBW ​2.7.1 and UNA. I love this board. Thank you John!  |+|Z180 Mark IV|Running|Built with LS-logic only. Z8S180-33 with 18.432 MHz oscillator (x2), RomWBW and UNA. I love this board. Thank you John!  |
 |6x0x-ATX-6U ​ |Assembled|68B09,​ Flex9, not tested| |6x0x-ATX-6U ​ |Assembled|68B09,​ Flex9, not tested|
 |6x0x-ATX-6U ​ |Assembled|6502,​ DOS/65, not tested| |6x0x-ATX-6U ​ |Assembled|6502,​ DOS/65, not tested|
 |Mini-68k ​ |Running|Running at 10 MHz with MC68008FN10. LS-logic only. Tested with MF-PIC, Disk I/O V3 and Dual IDE. Excellent board!| |Mini-68k ​ |Running|Running at 10 MHz with MC68008FN10. LS-logic only. Tested with MF-PIC, Disk I/O V3 and Dual IDE. Excellent board!|
-|Kiss-68030 ​ |Running|Running at 25 MHz. CP/M-68k and Will's Linux distro. Excellent board! A piece of magic. \\   \\ I had problems programming the GALs (Lattice GAL22V10C or GAL22V10D) with my MiniPro TL866. Solved with yet another programmer - a Genius G540. I quote: //The Genius G540 programmer is a case of good hardware let down by its software.// An effort to improve the English can be found here (not tested yet): [[http://​www.edaboard.com/​thread313237.html|http://​www.edaboard.com/​thread313237.html]] \\  Updated USB-drivers for Genius G540 can be found here: [[https://​www.silabs.com/​products/​interface/​Pages/​direct-access-drivers.aspx|https://​www.silabs.com/​products/​interface/​Pages/​direct-access-drivers.aspx]]  |+|Kiss-68030 ​ |Running| ​\\ Running at 25 MHz. CP/M-68k and Will's Linux distro. Excellent board! A piece of magic. \\   \\ I had problems programming the GALs (Lattice GAL22V10C or GAL22V10D) with my MiniPro TL866. Solved with yet another programmer - a Genius G540. I quote: //The Genius G540 programmer is a case of good hardware let down by its software.// An effort to improve the English can be found here (not tested yet): [[http://​www.edaboard.com/​thread313237.html|http://​www.edaboard.com/​thread313237.html]] \\  Updated USB-drivers for Genius G540 can be found here: [[https://​www.silabs.com/​products/​interface/​Pages/​direct-access-drivers.aspx|https://​www.silabs.com]] ​ |
 |SBC6120-RBC Edition ​ |Running|Thank you Andrew for all the hard work preparing boards and kits! Assembled and ready one day after arrival. Beautiful. Running at 8 MHz without any issues. Playing Adventure.| |SBC6120-RBC Edition ​ |Running|Thank you Andrew for all the hard work preparing boards and kits! Assembled and ready one day after arrival. Beautiful. Running at 8 MHz without any issues. Playing Adventure.|
 |Reh CPU280 ​ |Running|Thank you Lamar for reviving Tilmann Reh's fascinating (although a bit frustrating) board. Tested with CPM Plus maintained by Wayne Warthen. Excellent work Wayne! [[https://​github.com/​wwarthen/​CPU280|https://​github.com/​wwarthen/​CPU280]] \\  With a simple adapter I can use up to four 3.5" and/or 5.25" FDs.  | |Reh CPU280 ​ |Running|Thank you Lamar for reviving Tilmann Reh's fascinating (although a bit frustrating) board. Tested with CPM Plus maintained by Wayne Warthen. Excellent work Wayne! [[https://​github.com/​wwarthen/​CPU280|https://​github.com/​wwarthen/​CPU280]] \\  With a simple adapter I can use up to four 3.5" and/or 5.25" FDs.  |
-|SBC-188 ​ |Running|Tested with Dual IDE and PPIDE at 16 MHz. MS-DOS 6.22. Why not CPM-86? Yet another gem from John.| +|SBC-188 ​ |Running|Running at 25 MHz as a SBC with PPIDE. ​Tested with Dual IDE at 16 MHz. MS-DOS 6.22. Why not CPM-86? Yet another gem from John.| 
-|MiniMax 8085  |Running|I have built quite a few… Simple, elegant, capable and possible to expand.|+|MiniMax 8085  |Running|I have built quite a few… ​with 8 MHz Tundra 80C85. ​Simple, elegant, capable and possible to expand.|
 |Zeta 2  |Running|Running at 20 MHz with ParPortProp. Excellent boards! A complete and very capable CP/​M-system. Thank you Sergey!| |Zeta 2  |Running|Running at 20 MHz with ParPortProp. Excellent boards! A complete and very capable CP/​M-system. Thank you Sergey!|
 |**I/O Boards** ​  | | | |**I/O Boards** ​  | | |
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 |Disk I/O V3|Running|Built with LS logic only. Tested with Mini-68k at 10 MHz and SBC V2 at 8, 10 and 12 MHz.| |Disk I/O V3|Running|Built with LS logic only. Tested with Mini-68k at 10 MHz and SBC V2 at 8, 10 and 12 MHz.|
 |Dual IDE with FDC|Running|Built two with LS-logic. Tested with Mini-68k at 10 MHz, SBC V2 at 8, 10 and 12 MHz and SBC-188 at 16 MHz.  | |Dual IDE with FDC|Running|Built two with LS-logic. Tested with Mini-68k at 10 MHz, SBC V2 at 8, 10 and 12 MHz and SBC-188 at 16 MHz.  |
-|Dual SD|Running|Built with LS-logic. Tested with SBC V2 at 8, 10,12, 16 and 20 MHz. Intermittent errors with old/slow SD-cards. ​Less problems with RomWBW 2.5.5 compared to 2.7.1|+|Dual SD|Running|Built with LS-logic. Tested with SBC V2 at 8, 10,12, 16 and 20 MHz. Intermittent errors with old/slow SD-cards.|
 |Multifunction-PIC|Running|Built two with LS-logic. One for Mini-68k and one for Kiss-68030.| |Multifunction-PIC|Running|Built two with LS-logic. One for Mini-68k and one for Kiss-68030.|
 |Prop I/O V2|Running|Running with SBC V2 at 20 Mhz. Built with ALS logic except U3 (74LS682) and U7 (74F06).| |Prop I/O V2|Running|Running with SBC V2 at 20 Mhz. Built with ALS logic except U3 (74LS682) and U7 (74F06).|
 |Reh IDE|Assembled|Built two, not tested yet.| |Reh IDE|Assembled|Built two, not tested yet.|
-|SCSI2IDE|Assembling|Waiting for Z53C80 (or Am53C80) ​… arrived!|+|SCSI2IDE|Running|The card is alive, but I have problems connecting to SCSI-adapter.|
 |VDU|Assembled|Not tested yet| |VDU|Assembled|Not tested yet|
 |VGA3|Assembled|Not tested yet| |VGA3|Assembled|Not tested yet|
 |ParPortProp|Running|With Zeta 2 at 20 MHz| |ParPortProp|Running|With Zeta 2 at 20 MHz|
 |**Mini boards** | | | |**Mini boards** | | |
-|PPISD|Running|Tested with SBC V2 at 20 MHz (with PPI CP82C55A or TMP82C55AP-10). Problems with old Lexar SD-cards but no problems at all with new 8 GB SDHC SanDisk cards.| +|PPISD|Running|Tested with SBC V2 at 20 MHz (using PPI CP82C55A or TMP82C55AP-10). Problems with old Lexar SD-cards but no problems at all with new 8 GB SDHC SanDisk cards.| 
-|PPIDE|Running|Tested with SBC V2 at 20 MHz and SBC-188 at 16 MHz.|+|PPIDE|Running|Tested with SBC V2 at 20 MHz and SBC-188 at 25 MHz.|
 |**Planned** | | | |**Planned** | | |
-|Am9511 for MiniMax8085|Not yet|HW implementation seemingly easy but SW more of a challenge.|+|Am9511 for MiniMax8085 ​ |Not yet|HW implementation seemingly easy but SW more of a challenge.|
 |ECB Am9511|Not yet|Math Coprocessor board with Am9511 at 3 or 4 MHz. Memory mapped or as an IO-device.| |ECB Am9511|Not yet|Math Coprocessor board with Am9511 at 3 or 4 MHz. Memory mapped or as an IO-device.|
 |ECB NS32081|Not yet|I have hoarded some NS32081 at 10 and 15 MHz. Maybe for use with a NS32CG160? It is possible to use the coprocessor as a peripheral device with other CPUs (68000, Z280 et c) as well. \\  [[http://​www.cpu-ns32k.net/​index.html|http://​www.cpu-ns32k.net/​index.html]] \\  [[http://​www.cpu-ns32k.net/​FPUs.html|http://​www.cpu-ns32k.net/​FPUs.html]] ​ | |ECB NS32081|Not yet|I have hoarded some NS32081 at 10 and 15 MHz. Maybe for use with a NS32CG160? It is possible to use the coprocessor as a peripheral device with other CPUs (68000, Z280 et c) as well. \\  [[http://​www.cpu-ns32k.net/​index.html|http://​www.cpu-ns32k.net/​index.html]] \\  [[http://​www.cpu-ns32k.net/​FPUs.html|http://​www.cpu-ns32k.net/​FPUs.html]] ​ |
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 |**ISA boards \\ Sergey'​s 8088** ​  ​| ​  ​| ​  | |**ISA boards \\ Sergey'​s 8088** ​  ​| ​  ​| ​  |
 |Xi 8088|Running|Running at last! I have experienced some stability problems. Active termination?​ Maybe something like this: \\  [[http://​www.smbaker.com/​diagnosing-xi-8088-stability-issues|http://​www.smbaker.com/​diagnosing-xi-8088-stability-issues]]| |Xi 8088|Running|Running at last! I have experienced some stability problems. Active termination?​ Maybe something like this: \\  [[http://​www.smbaker.com/​diagnosing-xi-8088-stability-issues|http://​www.smbaker.com/​diagnosing-xi-8088-stability-issues]]|
-|Micro 8088|Assembled| |+|Micro 8088|Running\\ A compact and stable system at 9.55 MHz with NEC V20, i8087, Sergey'​s SVGA, Floppy Disk and Serial Controller and XT-CF Lite. I have tested a lot of DOS and Windows software, including AutoCAD, Windows 3.0, Windows286/​2.11,​ Word Perfect, Word, Works, Excel, Lotus 123, Quattro Pro, Paradox, FoxPro, Aldus Pagemaker, CorelDraw, et cetera, et cetera. \\   \\ A lot of so called abandonware can be found here: [[http://​winworldpc.org|http://​winworldpc.org]] \\   ​\\ ​ I am using USE!UMBS.SYS and DosMax. Only 10 kB below 640 kB after booting MS-DOS 6.22! \\  I must build an EMS-board or two. \\   ​\\ ​ [[https://​www.lo-tech.co.uk/​wiki/​Lo-tech_2MB_EMS_Board|https://​www.lo-tech.co.uk/​wiki/​Lo-tech_2MB_EMS_Board]]  ​|
 |ISA Backplane|Running|Alive| |ISA Backplane|Running|Alive|
-|ISA SVGA PCB|Running|Tested in Xi 8088 and in my 286. I have built two of them. The TVGA9000i is a 160-pin millipede, but surface mount is easy with some practice, a good soldering iron, flux and reading glasses. Just solder it! Listening to (or reading) some good advice is recommended.|+|ISA SVGA PCB|Running|Tested in Xi 8088, Micro 8088 and my 286. I have built two of them. The TVGA9000i is a 160-pin millipede, but surface mount is easy with some practice, a good soldering iron, flux and reading glasses. Just solder it! Listening to (or reading) some good advice is recommended.|
 |ISA OPL2|Running|Tested with Castle Wolfenstein (286+). I hear music!| |ISA OPL2|Running|Tested with Castle Wolfenstein (286+). I hear music!|
-|ISA Floppy Disk and Serial Controller PCB|Running|Tested in Xi 8088.+|ISA Floppy Disk and Serial Controller PCB  |Running|Tested in Xi 8088 and Micro 8088
-|ISA XT-CF-Lite|Assembled|Alive+|ISA XT-CF-Lite|Running|With Micro 8088
-|ISA XT-IDE V2, x2|Assembled|Alive+|ISA XT-IDE V2, x2|Assembled| | 
-|ISA XT-IDE V4  |Assembling ​ ​| ​  |+|ISA XT-IDE V4  |Assembled ​ ​| ​  |
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 |**VT100** ​  ​| ​  ​| ​  | |**VT100** ​  ​| ​  ​| ​  |
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 |**PIC32 computer** ​  ​| ​  ​| ​  | |**PIC32 computer** ​  ​| ​  ​| ​  |
 |Geoff Graham'​s Colour Maximite ​ |Running ​ |A very capable, single-chip BASIC computer, based upon the PIC32MX795 and with Graham'​s MMBasic. The PIC32 is a 100-pin 14×14 mm component. Quite easy to solder (or at least within reason for a beginner) if you listen to or read some good advise! \\   \\ I have built four Colour Maximites. One with MMBasic, one with RetroBSD, one with something else(?) and one just for fun (or for give away). I got overconfident when I built the fourth computer. I dropped the PIC, picked it up and soldered it 90 degrees wrong. All one hundred pins were firmly soldered to the board. I de-soldered the chip using a glass ceramic hotplate at moderate heat. I could lift the chip from the board after a few seconds. Chip and board where not damaged. \\  \\ [[http://​geoffg.net/​maximite.html|http://​geoffg.net/​maximite.html]] \\  [[http://​mmbasic.com/​|http://​mmbasic.com/​]] \\  Or why not try BSD UNIX (RetroBSD)? [[http://​retrobsd.org|http://​retrobsd.org]] ​ | |Geoff Graham'​s Colour Maximite ​ |Running ​ |A very capable, single-chip BASIC computer, based upon the PIC32MX795 and with Graham'​s MMBasic. The PIC32 is a 100-pin 14×14 mm component. Quite easy to solder (or at least within reason for a beginner) if you listen to or read some good advise! \\   \\ I have built four Colour Maximites. One with MMBasic, one with RetroBSD, one with something else(?) and one just for fun (or for give away). I got overconfident when I built the fourth computer. I dropped the PIC, picked it up and soldered it 90 degrees wrong. All one hundred pins were firmly soldered to the board. I de-soldered the chip using a glass ceramic hotplate at moderate heat. I could lift the chip from the board after a few seconds. Chip and board where not damaged. \\  \\ [[http://​geoffg.net/​maximite.html|http://​geoffg.net/​maximite.html]] \\  [[http://​mmbasic.com/​|http://​mmbasic.com/​]] \\  Or why not try BSD UNIX (RetroBSD)? [[http://​retrobsd.org|http://​retrobsd.org]] ​ |
-|**Sharp MZ-series** ​  ​| ​ MZ-80B, MZ-700, MZ-800 ​ |To be continued...|+|**Sharp MZ-series** ​  ​|MZ-80B,​ MZ-700, MZ-800 ​ | \\ To be continued… \\   \\ [[https://​www.sharpmz.no/​|https://​www.sharpmz.no/​]]  ​|
 |FDC board|Some progress| | |FDC board|Some progress| |
 |RS232 board|Running|For Sharp MZ-800 and MZ-80B.| |RS232 board|Running|For Sharp MZ-800 and MZ-80B.|
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