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Keywords, operating, commands, graphics commands, sound commands, etc.By Phoenix Publishing, for Genpat, the Memotech Owner's Club(Courtesy of Paul Daniels)The Operator's Manual also includes technical data such as circuit diagrams, including thepower regulation circuit.By Memotech ComputersCircuit diagram of the VDP and VRAM, this detail is also included in the Operator's Manual and Service Manual.By Memotech ComputersSchematic of the SM1 Floppy Disk ControllerClicking on the image will open it full size in your web browser, or you can download a Zipped copy by clicking the icon.
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There is a wiki page on the drive, including some maintenance tips onthis page. Later FDX disk drives were Epson SD-521(So far, I have not found a manual for these)Have you seen a manual for this drive?Astec AC8151 Specifications / DatasheetThis is the PSU installed in the FDXDownloaded frombitsavers.orgAstec AC8151 PSU Repair Manual (12MB)This is the PSU installed in the FDXAlso available in slightly lower quality. (3MB)Downloaded from Kevin Pulo'sOsborne 1 site.(Product release announcement, from "Computerworld", 8 March 1982.)Cameron Video Wall User ManualCameron Video Systems (CVS) were the exclusive distributors for the Memotech Videowall System.(Courtesy ofPeter Kretzschmar)(MEMOTECH MTX Computersystem )Memotech Video Wall Product DescriptionDescription of the Video Wall software from 1987, includes remote control command strings.(Courtesy ofAndy Key)(Memotech Computers Limited)HRX Graphics System -- HRG Utility Software ManualUser Manual and Software Description for the HRG Graphics Utility Software Package.Also includes a description of the HRX graphics system hardware.(Courtesy ofSimon Goodwin)(Memotech April 1984) DMX80 Operating InstructionsThe DMX80 Printer was manufactured by Panasonic and was, apart from the colour, identical to the Panasonic KX-P1090. This manual was downloaded from the Panasonic Canada website:-
A group of us paid to get this publication professionally scanned, re-printed and bound. With the release of ReSource, this version is pretty much obsolete, although not available for download, I will make a copy available to folks who have other Memotech documents to share.Know Your MTXWritten by Ed Hollingshead but never actually published. (Upload coming soon)Originally written in NewWord on FDX.I have a corrupted/incomplete copy (without the intended attachments) that I have converted to Microsoft Word and attempted to recover.The PDF document here is a work in progress and likely contains errors and omissions not present in the original. ReSourceAn updated version of The Source. Compiled by Martin Allcorn with contributions from Bill Brendling. Corrects errors in the original and having greatly expanded content, it provides useful guidance on programming the MTX and includes technical details of Martin's MTX add-ons, such as MAGROM and CFX. (Courtesy of Martin Allcorn and Bill Brendling) It is likely that others will have useful contributions to make. If you have anything that you'd like to contribute, please get in touch.ReSource 20222022/06/27ReSource 2021 (Update 3)2021/01/26ReSource 20212021/01/10ReSource 20202020/12/30Content ExpandedBillMartin's Diag board addedMartinContent ExpandedBillFirst ReleaseMartinMemotech Technical NotesThe following Technical Notes were sent to me by Claus.They appear to have been sent to some early customers who were looking for technical information that was missing from the first manuals shipped with the MTX. From the correspondence that Claus supplied, it seems that before the familiar black covered manuals were shipped, early computers were accompanied by "draft" manuals with white covers. I have not actually seen one of these, but they appeared to lack much of the technical details that was included in the release version of the manual authored by Brian Prichard or the revised edition written by Spencer Bateson and published by Phoenix.The copies are not brilliant and some text has been lost, mainly from the top of some of the pages. If you have better copies of these notes, please send me a copy. I think that the content from a number of these Technical Notes were included in an unpublished book by Ed Hollingshead entitled "Know Your MTX" - see above.Note: these documents contain a mixture of printed output from the Assembler which is likely to be without error, and typed notes, which may not be - use them as you see fit. If you believe that they are in error, you might like to seek help on theMemotech Forum, I'm not familiar with Z80 assembly language and am not likely to be able to help. 1st Technical Report 1984The contents describe a Section 1 having answers to some customer questions (missing) and a Section 2 discussing Machine Code on the MTX under various topics - only the Video section discussing RST10 appears to be complete. [References System Variables described in the Operator's Manual Software Appendix](Courtesy of Claus Baekkel) Sound Chip Introduction Using the SN76489A from MTX Assembler[This document cross references entries in the original Operator's Manual by page number and so probably post dates its issue.](Courtesy of Claus Baekkel) 041b061a72