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Re: TAP vs 1551
In message <email@example.com> Dave Head writes:
> Interrupted coding is what is used to protect the chip from being
> downloaded and read. If attempted, it will spit out the first few lines and
> go into a loop, endlessly repeating.
> Peter Wales of Superchips explained it to me.
I'd be surprised (based on our analysis of the MB Superchip) if he
could even recognise a chip on sight.
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