In Review

Maybe some of the misconceptions can be cleared up by taking a quick look at the brief (but colorful ) history of the TRS-80 Color Computer. The first Color Computers on the market came with Color BASIC ROM version 1.0. When the 32K upgrade became available, all upgrades to 32K done by authorized Radio Shack service departments included, as part of the 32K upgrade, version 1.1 of the Color BASIC ROM. The 1.1 ROM was necessary because version 1.0 was not capable of addressing the full 32K of...

Fd C

It causes no change in other flags. Mnemonic Symbolic Operation Op-Code Byte Cycle SIE Sets the Interrupt Enable (IE) flip-flop on. It causes no change in other flags. Mnemonic Symbolic Operation Op-Code Byte Cycle SIE 1 IE FD 81 2 8 SPU Sets the general purpose flip-flop PU on. It causes no change in other flags. Mnemonic Symbolic Operation Op-Code Byte Cycle SPV Sets the general purpose flip-flop PV on. It causes no change in other flags. Mnemonic Symbolic...

The Bottom Line

The Model 100 will come in two standard versions Model 100 with 8K RAM 26-3801 799.00 Model 100 with 24K RAM 26-3802 999.00 The following accessories will also be available for the Model 100 AC Adaptor Charger this unit lets you power the Model 100 from the AC line, as well as charging the internal Ni-Cad batteries. The charger does not charge the 4 AA batteries. 26-3804 5.95 8K RAM expansion Depending on the amount of RAM in your Model 100 when you buy it 8K or 24K , you can add from one to...

Patches

PATCHes are entered from TRSDOS READY and are used to make corrections to files stored on the disk. 1. Before making a PATCH, back up the diskette that requires modification and make the PATCHES to the backup copy of the diskette. 2. Apply PATCHES according to the information given in your TRSDOS manual. Make the following changes to the Color Computer EDTASM Manual Page 6. Note in the upper left corner of the page states that ZBUG will display the A1 through FF as ASCII characters. It should...