Hypertec Hyperam MC 32/16

@608D.ADF Hypertec Hyperam MC 32/16 SIMM
@608D.ADF Hypertec Hyperam MC 32/16 SIMM
   Different order of "EMS window address" choices - "EMS off" first

@608E.ADF Hypertec Hyperam MC 32/16 MF
@608E.ADF Hypertec Hyperam MC 32/16 MF
   Different order of "EMS window address" choices - "EMS off" first
@608E.ADF Hypertec Hyperam MC 32/16 MF
   "EMS window address" choices - "EMS off" second, different text, different fixed resources POS data
@608E.ADF Hypertec Hyperam MC 32/16 MF
   No "EMS window address" choices, different fixed resources POS data

@7007.ADF Hyperam MC 32/16
   No "EMS window address" choices
@7007.ADF Hyperam MC 32/16
   "EMS window address" choices - "EMS off" first
@7007.ADF Hyperam MC 32/16
   "EMS window address" choices - "EMS off" second
@7007.ADF Hyperam MC 32/16
   "EMS window address" choices - "EMS off" second, different fixed resources POS data, different text
C7007.ADF Description Program for @7007.ADF

@72F3.ADF Hyperam MC 32/16 SIMM-MF
@72F3.ADF Hyperam MC 32/16 SIMM-MF
   Different order of "EMS window address" choices - "EMS off" first

HRAMMC22.DSK Hyperam MC 32/16 (M5) v2.2, 17 Sep 1991 (zipped image) (1.44 MB)
   Included ADFs: @608E.ADF MC 32/16 MF and @7007.ADF MC 32/16 (thx Hugh Burns)
HRMMCS14.DSK Hyperam MC 32/16 S GEN EMS 4.00 v1.4, 16 Jul 1990 (zipped image) (720 KB)
   Included ADFs: @072F3.ADF MC 32/16 SIMM-MF @0608D.ADF MC 32/16 SIMM (thx Hugh Burns)

Hypertec Hyperam MC32/16
ADF Sections

Note: "MF" stands for "Multi Function" - these adapters have serial and parallel ports.


Hypertec Hyperam MC32/16 (HY33xx) [P]

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This adapter uses ZIP memory devices (like those used on the XGA and 8590 planars). There are two horizontal banks with 32 sockets each, plus another two vertical banks of four sockets each at the lower left corner of the board.


ADF Sections AdapterID 608D "Hyperam MC 32/16 SIMM"

EMS window address
   To configure the Hyperam MC 32/16 for expanded memory, an EMS 'window' must be allocated through which the expanded memory can be accessed. This 'window' can be from 64kb to 128kb in size and must not conflict with other devices that are already installed in your system. If you do NOT wish to have the Hyperam MC 32/16 memory used as expanded memory, you must allocate a 16kb 'window' that is used to initialise the board for extended memory. Again, this window must not conflict with other devices.
   <"C000-CFFF (64K)">, C400-D3FF (64K), C800-D7FF (64K), CC00-DBFF (64K), D000-DFFF (64K), C000-D7FF (96K), C800-DFFF (96K), C000-DFFF (128K), C400-C7FF (16k - EMS off), C800-CBFF (16k - EMS off), CC00-CFFF (16k - EMS off), D000-D3FF (16k - EMS off), D400-D7FF (16k - EMS off), D800-DBFF (16k - EMS off), DC00-DFFF (16k - EMS off)

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