Add “,B” parameter to PDRIVE to Change in Resident RAM Only
This zap allows temporary ‘in memory’ change of the PDRIVE table thereby not altering the disc record.
Use PDRIVE as normal except ,B is substituted instead of the regular ,A in the PDRIVE command viz: PDRIVE,0,1=7,B.
This will alter the PDRIVE configuration in memory (you can leave the write-protect tab on) and you can do this as many times as required for the next time you RESET your PDRIVE table will not have been affected.
You could then copy SYS16/SYS onto other work discs in use.
Boot In Lower Case – Model III
Boot in 4MHz on the Model 4 – Model 4
1. Apply this Zap using SUPERZAP:
2. Apply this Zap using SUPERZAP:
Correct date & time updating on warm boot – Model 4
Allow the date in DD/MM/YY format – Model Unknown
Allow the date in DD/MM/YY format in the FORMAT command – Model Unknown
Display DIRectories without Clearing the Screen – Model Unknown