Posted by Tech Man on March 25, 19101 at 22:23:29:
In Reply to: How do I transfer Apple ROMs onto Apple disks? posted by Andrew F. on March 23, 19101 at 09:47:01:
: I need the answer quick. I heard you need a Mac with a 5-inch disk drive to do it, just wanted to make sure.
: Reply PLEASE!
If I remember correctly, you need to use the BSAVE command (under DOS 3.3 or ProDOS) to save the complete memory range of the ROM firmware.
BSAVE A2ROM, A$xxxx,L$xxxx or similar should do it (under DOS 3.3/ProDOS and a //e or ][x). I don't know the memory locations off the top of my head. Once you save the A2ROM file as a binary file, you can then transfer it to an Apple // emulator such as Bernie ][ the rescue or Apple PC.
This all assumes you ARE talking about Apple // ROMs and not Mac ROMs.
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