Dumps Needed by Major Manufacturer

Acorn Dumps Needed

BBC
  • BBC Master 512 (1986) - It has a second processor card with a 10 MHz Intel 80186 and 512 KB memory. Is the BIOS different from regular BBC Master?
  • BBC Master Turbo (1986) - It has a 2nd CPU (65C02 4 MHz). Is the BIOS different from regular BBC Master?
  • BBC Master ET (1986) - aka Econet Terminal, it has an Econet Interface. Is the BIOS different from regular BBC Master?
  • BBC Master Compact (1986) - aka Olivetti Prodest PC 128 S in Europe. Is the BIOS different from regular BBC Master?
Archimedes
RISC PC
Misc.
Possible
  • ABC 100 / 200 / 300 - same as the x10 version, but without HD, maybe never produced
  • ABC Model Terminal - base model of the ABC series, maybe never produced
  • ABC Model PA - aka Personal Assistant, maybe never produced
  • Archimedes A410 / A420 / A440 - use older memory controller. probably never produced, A410 is only mentioned in marketing documents
  • CoNCord (1997) - prototype 2nd generation of Network Computer, probably it's just an early name for FastNC

ACT Dumps Needed

Note: In the early 90s, ACT was bought by Mitsubishi and, therefore, later Apricot computers are listed in the Mitsubishi section.

Apricot
  • Apricot Xi (1984) - models: Xi5, Xi10, Xi20, Xi20s (depending on RAM, HD, FDD config)
Misc.

Amstrad Dumps Needed

PC compatibles
Misc
  • CPC 472 (1984) - spanish CPC464, with more RAM (but notice that the additional 8K are not directly accessible!)
  • CSD (1990) - aka Cartridge Software Demonstrator, used to display in stores CPC 464/6128 Plus games as well as GX 4000 ones
Possible

Apple Dumps Needed

Note: probably many recent models share a common BIOS, but we need either to find specific documents or to access dumps to verify.

Newton
Macintosh
Misc.
  • Apple IIc (Revised Memory Expansion) - Identical to IIc (OME) except for bugfixes

Atari Dumps Needed

Bandai Dumps Needed

Pippin
  • Pippin revisions:
    • Early Developer ROM (Part number AP2660-02)
    • KINKA Pre-Release ROM (Part number AP2735-01)
    • Ver 1.2 ROM (Board number 820-0867-01) (On loan to the Guru)
    • Ver 1.3 ROM (Part number AP2777-01)
Misc

Canon Dumps Needed

MSX Computers
Misc
  • CX-1 (1981/12) - business computer, a variant BX-3 has a different screen
  • AS-100 (1982)
  • CAT (1987) - Anything but v2.40 (R240), v1.74 (R74)
  • Object.Station (1994) - successor of the NeXT.Station by NeXT
  • CanoWord J series - Word processors, various models: J1/J1C, J1HC/J1HCII/J1HF/J1HR/J1HRII/J1HX, J1V/J1VC/J1VE/J1VF/J1VG/J1VL/J1VR/J1VRII/J1VS/J1VX,J5/J5II, J7, J10/J10II, J20
  • CanoWord Alpha series - Word processors, various models: α260/α360/α370/α40/α45/α50/α60/α65B/α65W/α70/α75/α7S/α80H/α85/α85H/α85HG/α85HL
  • Canon Axi series - AX compatible computers, various models: DX-20/20P/10/10P
  • Canon WordTank M300 / V300 - electronic dictionaries

Casio Dumps Needed

Computers
Pocket Computers - PB-100 systems
Pocket Computers - FX-860P systems
Pocket Computers - PB-700 systems
Pocket Computers - Others
Misc

Commodore Dumps Needed

  • TV Game 2000K, 3000H. Uses the same microcontroller as the Telstar arcade. MPS 7600/7601 with a 512-word internal ROM.
  • PC Compatible systems (we do have a dump of the Commodore 386SX-16)
  • Amiga keyboard controller chips, the older ones are MOS6500/1 MCUs.
  • The CDTV LCD MCU.

DEC Dumps Needed

Epson dumps needed

Misc
  • QX-10 (1982) ~ Japanese version undumped (or dump hoarded), Western version in MESS
  • QX-16 (~1984)
PX-4 (portable computer)
  • PX-4 / HC-40 ~ Japanese version undumped (or dump hoarded), Western version in MESS
  • 4 KB internal mask ROM from the sub CPU (µPD7508)
PX-8 (portable computer)
  • PX-8 / HC-88 / Geneva ~ Japanese version undumped (or dump hoarded), Western version in MESS
  • 4 KB internal mask ROM from the sub CPU (µPD7508)
  • 4 KB internal mask ROM from the slave CPU (HD6301)
Printers (9-pin)
  • MX-80
  • MX-80 with Graftrax-80
  • MX-80 with Graftrax-Plus
  • MX-100
  • MX-100 with Graftrax-80
  • MX-100 with Graftrax-Plus
  • RX-80
  • RX-85
  • RX-100
  • FX-80
  • FX-85
  • FX-100
Printers (24-pin)
  • LQ-570
  • LQ-850
  • LQ-870
  • LQ-1070

Fujitsu Dumps Needed

Note: probably many recent models share a common BIOS, but we need either to find specific documents or to access dumps to verify.

FM-8 series
FM-7 series

A few of these are now supported by MESS, but it is not confirmed which models the dumps come from

FM Towns

A few of these are now supported by MESS, but it is not confirmed which models the dumps come from

FM Other
Word Processors
FMV series
Misc
  • L-Kit 8 (1970)
  • L-Kit 16 (1977)
  • Intertop series - PDAs
  • Intertop CX series - PDAs, WinCE based
  • Pocket LOOX series - PDAs, WinCE based
  • 9450 series (~1981) - desktop computers

Grundy Business Systems Dumps Needed

NewBrain
  • COP420 Keyboard Controller for NewBrain A
  • COP420 Keyboard Controller for NewBrain AD
  • COP420 Keyboard Controller for NewBrain MD
Grundy 8200
  • Some kind of SuperBoard clone?

Hewlett Packard Dumps Needed

Hitachi Dumps Needed

Note: probably many recent models share a common BIOS, but we need either to find specific documents or to access dumps to verify.

Basic Master
Word Processors
Persona
Misc

IBM Dumps Needed

    • Several dumps exist but accuracy is not known
    • Revision 1 BIOS (06/01/83) MIGHT be dumped but needs a redump
    • Any other BIOS revisions are not dumped
    • BASIC is not dumped unless the current bios dump includes it
    • Keyboard Controller does not exist on this model
    • Pretty much the same as PCjr
    • ACCEPT Revision ? BIOS (03/15/85) is dumped
    • Any other BIOS revisions are not dumped
    • Keyboard Row/Column decoder is not dumped
    • Revision ? BIOS (09/13/85) is not dumped
    • Any other BIOS revisions are not dumped
    • BASIC is not dumped, probably is on same chip as bios as on XT and AT
    • Keyboard Controller is not dumped
    • Revision ? BIOS (06/26/87) is not dumped
    • Any other BIOS revisions are not dumped
    • BASIC is not dumped, may be integrated in bios as on XT and AT. Only some PS/2s have BASIC.
    • Keyboard Controller is not dumped
  • PS/2 Model 25 or 25L (8086 version)
    • Revision 1 BIOS (06/26/87) is not dumped
    • Keyboard Controller did not exist on this model?
  • PS/2 Model 25 or 25/286 (286 version)
    • Revision 1 BIOS (??/??/??) is not dumped
    • Revision 2 BIOS (??/??/??) is not dumped
    • Keyboard Controller is not dumped
  • PS/2 Model 30
    • ACCEPT Revision 1 BIOS (09/02/86) is dumped
    • Revision 2 BIOS (12/12/86) is not dumped
    • Any other BIOS revisions are not dumped
    • Keyboard Controller does not exist on this model
  • PS/2 Model 30 286
    • Revision ? BIOS (??/??/89) is not dumped, needs dumpat.exe to dump.
    • ACCEPT Revision ? BIOS (08/25/88) is dumped but could use verification
    • Any other BIOS revisions are not dumped
    • Keyboard Controller is not dumped
  • PS/2 Model 50 (286, 1 waitstate)
    • Revision 1 BIOS (02/13/87) is not dumped
    • Revision 2 BIOS (05/09/87) is not dumped
    • Revision 3 BIOS (??/??/??) is not dumped
    • Keyboard Controller is not dumped
  • PS/2 Model 50Z (286, 0 waitstates)
    • Revision 1 BIOS (01/28/88) is not dumped
    • Revision 2 BIOS (04/18/88) is not dumped
    • Revision 3 BIOS (??/??/??) is not dumped
    • Keyboard Controller is not dumped
  • PS/2 Model 55
    • 4 BIOS revisions, two from model 55-5551, two from model 55-5571, none are dumped
    • Keyboard Controller is not dumped
  • PS/2 Model 55SX
    • ACCEPT Revision 1 BIOS (11/02/88) is dumped
    • Any other BIOS revisions are not dumped
    • Keyboard Controller is not dumped
  • PS/2 Model 55LS
    • Revision 1 BIOS (02/08/90) is not dumped
    • Any other BIOS revisions are not dumped
    • Keyboard Controller is not dumped
  • PS/2 Model 60
    • Revision 1 BIOS (02/13/87) is not dumped
    • Keyboard Controller is not dumped
  • PS/2 Model 70 (0x0D submodel)
    • Revision 1 BIOS (06/08/88, 386DX 25MHz) is not dumped
    • ACCEPT Revision 2 BIOS (02/20/89, 386DX 25MHz) is dumped
    • ACCEPT Revision 3 BIOS (03/17/89. 386DX 20MHz) is dumped
    • Revision 4? BIOS (12/01/89, 486SX? 25MHz) is not dumped
    • Any other BIOS revisions are not dumped
    • Keyboard Controller is not dumped and is embedded in an ASIC so will require decapping to dump
  • PS/2 Model 80
    • Revision ? BIOS (03/30/87) is not dumped
    • Revision ? BIOS (10/07/87) is not dumped
    • Keyboard Controller is not dumped
  • PS/2 Model L40SX (laptop)
    • CANCEL Revision ?1? BIOS (08/26/91) is dumped but at half size, and in a messy way. A protected mode program will be required to fully dump it.
    • Keyboard Controller is not dumped
    • ACCEPT Revision 1 BIOS (04/24/81) is dumped, verified, and in MESS. a disassembly exists on Rich Cini's site: http://highgate.comm.sfu.ca/~rcini/files/PCBios.ASM
    • ACCEPT Revision 2 BIOS (10/19/81) is dumped, verified, and in MESS
    • ACCEPT Revision 3 BIOS (10/27/82, first version which supports full 640k, rom bios extensions) is dumped, verified, and in MESS (ibm5150)
    • ACCEPT Revision 1.0 BASIC is dumped, verified, and in MESS
    • ACCEPT Revision 1.1 BASIC is dumped, verified, and in MESS
    • Keyboard Controller does not exist on this model
    • CANCEL Revision 1 BIOS (08/16/82) is dumped and in MESS. This bios consists of two chips: the chip labeled 5000027 is the same as on revision 2, but 5000026 needs a redump. The current 'dump' of 5000026 (made by concatenating a trimmed dump) is probably correct but needs verification. This version appears to be a pre-release prototype (all IBM docs call the 11/08/82 version 'revision 1'), and is only one or two bytes different from revision 2, in the keyboard-port-code-upload-factory-test code, which is unused during normal use.
    • ACCEPT Revision 2 BIOS (11/08/82) is dumped and in MESS, it is the same as the PC 5155 and the 3270 PC
    • ACCEPT Revision 3 BIOS (01/10/86), Model XT-089, is dumped and in MESS. AKA 'enhanced XT', it has enhanced KB support IN SOFTWARE (yikes), also has 3.5“ drive 720k support.
    • ACCEPT Revision 4 BIOS (05/09/86), Model XT-???, (update of rev3 to fix minor KB issues) is dumped and in MESS
    • ACCEPT Type 13 Xebec Hard disk controller is dumped (this is the newer of the two versions of the Xebec IBM used)
    • Keyboard Controller does not exist on this model
    • ACCEPT Revision 1 BIOS (01/10/84, AT models 068 and 099, 20MB HDD, 6Mhz, unlocked) is dumped
    • Revision 2 BIOS (06/10/85, AT model 239, 30MB HDD, locked to <6.3MHz) is dumped but needs verification; a disassembly exists on Rich Cini's site: http://highgate.comm.sfu.ca/~rcini/files/pcatbios.zip
    • ACCEPT Revision 3 BIOS (11/15/85, AT model 319 or 339, 3.5” drive, 30MB HDD, locked to <8.3MHz or <12MHz? or maybe just >6MHz?) is dumped, verified, and in MESS.
    • ACCEPT Keyboard Controller is dumped
    • ACCEPT BIOS is dumped (11/08/82, same as 5160 Rev2)
    • ACCEPT BASIC is dumped (same as XT, integrated into bios)
    • Several PALS/PROMS are needed dumps
    • Keyboard Controller does not exist on this model
    • ACCEPT Revision ?1? BIOS (04/21/86) is dumped
    • Several PALS/PROMS are needed dumps
    • Keyboard Controller is effectively dumped (it is almost certainly the same as on the AT, has same P/N but is on a preprogrammed eprom-based i8642 instead of a mask rom i8042)
  • 3270 Personal Computer Model 5271
    • ACCEPT Revision ? BIOS is dumped (11/08/82, same as 5160 rev2)
    • ACCEPT 3270 graphics/interface cards are dumped.
    • ACCEPT Xebec HDD controller is dumped (this is the older of the two versions of the Xebec IBM used)
    • Keyboard Controller is not dumped and likely does not exist on this model
  • 3270 AT Model 5281
    • ACCEPT Revision ? BIOS is dumped (11/15/85, not the same as 5170 AT rev 3 from same date)
    • ACCEPT Keyboard Controller is dumped (same as PC AT)
  • 5531 Industrial XT
    • Revision ? BIOS is not dumped
    • Keyboard controller is not dumped and likely does not exist on this model
  • 7531/7532 Industrial AT
    • Revision ? BIOS (6mhz 80286) is not dumped
    • Revision ? BIOS (8mhz 80286) is not dumped
    • Keyboard controller is probably the same as the normal AT and if so is already dumped
    • Needs Executable ROS and Language ROS dumped (APL and BASIC and combo versions)
  • 5110
    • Needs Executable ROS and Language ROS dumped (APL and BASIC and combo versions)
  • 5120, AKA 5110 Model 3
    • Needs Executable ROS and Language ROS dumped (APL and BASIC and combo versions)
  • IBM Keyboards:
    • Keyboard Row/Column decoder from Model F PC/XT 93-key keyboard is not dumped and is likely protected. i8049?
    • Keyboard Row/Column decoder from PCjr chiclet-type keyboard is not dumped and is protected: attempted dump was blank, so it must be protected, and will require decapping. i8049?
    • Keyboard Row/Column decoder from PCjr alternate-type (later, clicky-looking normal keys) keyboard is not dumped and is likely protected. i8049?
    • Keyboard Row/Column Decoder from built-in keyboard in the IBM Portable PC model 5155 (PC/XT compatible) is not dumped and is likely protected. i8049?
    • Keyboard Row/Column Decoder from Model ?L? AT 94-key keyboard is not dumped and is likely protected. i8049?
    • Keyboard Row/Column Decoder from Model M (all revs) keyboard is not dumped and is likely protected. older versions unofficially have compatibility with the PC/XT interface, but the later ones (after Lexmark spinoff by IBM, and blue IBM logo on KB?) supposedly do not. Earlier keyboards use an i8049 or i8050 MCU, later ones may use something else.
    • Keyboard Row/Column Decoder from Model M2 keyboard is not dumped and is likely protected. This KB was made after the IBM-Lexmark split. Uses a motorola or hitachi ?6301? MCU?

In model order:

  • 5100 - Pre-PC unit with discrete cpu, does have roms which need dumping
  • 5110, 5120 - same as above
  • 5140 - PC Convertible
  • 5150 - PC
  • 5155 - PC Portable
  • 5160 - PC XT
  • 5162 - PC XT-286
  • 5170 - PC AT
  • 5271 - 3270 PC
  • 5281 - 3270 AT

In release order: 5100, 5110, 5120, 5150, 5160, 5155, 5271, 5170, 5281, 5140, 5162

Luxor Dumps Needed

Luxor ABC-55/77 Keyboard
  • i8035 Keyboard Controller ROM: 65-02486.Z10
  • Keyboard External Keymap ROM: *.Z14
Luxor ABC-80
  • BASIC Version 1 ROMs (checksum 11273)
  • Video Controller PROMs: ABC8011.K5, ABC8012.J3, ABC8013.E7, ABC8021.K2, ABC8022.K1
  • IEC ROM
  • Printer ROM
Luxor ABC-800C(olor)
  • BASIC ROM: ABCC.1M
  • Character Generator ROM: VUC-SE.7C
Luxor ABC-802
  • Video Attribute Encoder PAL: ABCP2-11.2G
Luxor ABC-806
  • Video Controller PROMs: RAD.9B, HRUI.6E, HRUII.12G, V50.7E
  • Video Attribute Encode PALs: ATTHAND.11C, ABCP3-11.1B, ABCP4-11.2D
Luxor ABC-16
  • Everything
Nokia/Luxor ABC-1200
  • Everything
Luxor ABC-1600
  • Everything
Luxor ABC-9000
  • Everything

Mitsubishi Dumps Needed

MSX Computers
Misc

Matsushita / National / Panasonic Dumps Needed

Note: probably many recent models share a common BIOS, but we need either to find specific documents or to access dumps to verify.

MSX Computers
Let's Note Laptop Computers
Misc

Memotech Dumps Needed

Floppy/HD
  • MTX-FDXC1 Floppy Disc Controller BIOS (8K)
  • MTX Bus Interface Card BIOS (64K)
  • HDX Hard Disk Controller (?)
Video Enhancements
  • HRX System (?)
  • Multi Effect Video Wall System ROMs (several)

NEC Dumps Needed

Note: probably many PC-98xx models share a common BIOS, but we need either to find specific documents or to access dumps to verify.

TK80
  • TK80E (1977)
  • TK80BS (1978) [MESS currently supports a publicly available ROM, which is not coming from an original unit]
  • Compo-BS/80 (1979)
  • TK85 (1980)
PC-6000 series

A few of these are now supported by MESS, but it is not confirmed which models the dumps come from

PC-6600 series

A few of these are now supported by MESS, but it is not confirmed which models the dumps come from

  • PC-6601 (1983) - high-end model of PC-6001 mkII
  • PC-6601 SR (1984) - high-end model of PC-6001 mkII SR
PC-8000 series

A few of these are now supported by MESS, but it is not confirmed which models the dumps come from

PC-8800 series

A few of these are now supported by MESS, but it is not confirmed which models the dumps come from

PC-9800 series (Generation I - CPU: 8086)

* PC-9801F (1983)

PC-9800 series (Generation II - CPU: V30)
PC-9800 series (Generation III - CPU: 80286/80386)
PC-9800 series (Generation IV - CPU: 486DX - PC/AT comp.)
PC-9800 series (Other)
PC-98 series
  • PC-98XA (1985)
  • PC-98XL (1986)
  • PC-98XL2 (1987) - correct name PC-98XL2
  • PC-98RL (1989)
  • PC-98LT (1987) - laptop
  • PC-98HA (1990) - aka HANDY98, laptop
  • PC-98DO (1989) - can switch between PC-8800 and PC-9800 compatibility
  • PC-98DO+ (1990) - can switch between PC-8800 and PC-9800 compatibility
  • PC-98GS (1991) - with CD-ROM
  • PC-H98 (1990→1992) - various models
  • PC-H98S (1991)
  • PC-H98T (1992) - similar to PC-9801T
  • OP-98/H (1991→1993) - various models, for office use
  • SV-H98 (1991→1993) - for server use
PC-9821 series
  • PC-9821 (1992) - aka 98MULTi, desktop computer, 386 based
  • PC-9821A series (1993→1994) - aka 98MATE A, desktop computers, 486 based
  • PC-9821B series (1993) - aka 98MATE B, desktop computers, 486 based
  • PC-9821C series (1993→1996) - aka 98MULTi CanBe, desktop & tower computers, various CPU
  • PC-9821Es (1994) - aka 98FINE, desktop computer with integrated LCD, successor of the PC-98T
  • PC-9821X series (1994→1995) - aka 98MATE X, desktop computers, Pentium based
  • PC-9821V series (1995) - aka 98MATE Valuestar, desktop computers, Pentium based
  • PC-9821S series (1995→2996) - aka 98Pro, tower computers, PentiumPro based
  • PC-9821R series (1996→2000) - aka 98MATE R, desktop & tower & server computers, various CPU
  • PC-9821C200 (1997) - aka CEREB, desktop computer, Pentium MMX based
  • PC-9821 Ne/Ns/Np/Nm (1993→1995) - aka 98NOTE, laptops, 486 based
  • PC-9821 Na/Nb/Nw (1995→1997) - aka 98NOTE Lavie, laptops, Pentium based
  • PC-9821 Lt/Ld (1995) - aka 98NOTE Light, laptops, 486 based
  • PC-9821 La/Ls (1995→1997) - aka 98NOTE Aile, laptops, Pentium based
Word Processors
Misc.

Nintendo Dumps Needed

  • Nintendo 64DD
  • Wide-Boy 64 (Unreleased)
  • Ultra 64 (Prototype)
  • Famicom Box (AN-560 A) (Hotel Famicom system that fits up to 15 games) ← kevtris has one of these and has dumped the rom, just ask him for it. it contains a menu program. The CICs on this unit have not been reverse engineered yet, and it uses a whole other CIC for coin timing alone!
  • Sharp Famicom Televi C-1 (famicom built into a sharp tv)
  • Sharp Famicom Titler (AN-510) capable of creating movie subtitles with English or Japanese chars
  • Nintendo Game Boy Pocket BIOS (needs decapping)
  • Nintendo Game Boy Light BIOS (needs decapping) (backlit gameboy sold only in japan)
  • Nintendo Super Game Boy 2 BIOS (needs decapping) (later super game boy with included link port; sold only in japan; known to use a different bootrom than the regular super game boy)
  • Nintendo Color Game Boy gamma table (needs decapping; bios is already dumped)
  • Nintendo Game Boy Advance Color Game Boy BIOS (needs decapping)
  • Nintendo Game Boy Advance SP Color Game Boy BIOS (needs decapping)
  • Game & Watch ????(ASIC based in most? cases, all ASICs need decapping)
  • Super Nintendo S-DSP APU chip (DSP mcu, needs decapping; from cpuv1/ppu1v1/ppu2v1 and cpuv2/ppu1v1/ppu2v2 consoles with the 'metal APU module')
  • Super Nintendo S-DSP-B? APU subpart of the MASSIVE SNES-ON-A-CHIP chip used on the very last SNESes made, the second model minisnes, cpuv3/ppu1v2/ppu2v4. The zsnes dev 'pagefault' has one of these rare beasts.
  • Super Nintendo/CAPCOM Cx4 Math-co-processor, has internal rom (likely a Motorola DSP56k series chip), needs decapping. was used in Megaman X2 and X3 games, which are rare and highly sought after, unfortunately.
  • Super Nintendo DSP-1 MCU, is an NEC upd77c25 with internal protected mask rom for code and data, needs decapping. Lord Nightmare has one of these and is waiting for someone who can decap it properly
  • Super Nintendo DSP-1A MCU, is an NEC upd77c25 with internal protected mask rom for code and data, needs decapping
  • Super Nintendo DSP-1B MCU, is an NEC upd77c25 with internal protected mask rom for code and data, needs decapping. Neviksti decapped TWO of these but was unable to stain the roms to a readable state and may have ruined them.
  • Super Nintendo DSP-2 MCU, is an NEC upd77c25 with internal protected mask rom for code and data, needs decapping. was used in the various versions of 'Dungeon Master'
  • Super Nintendo DSP-3 MCU, is an NEC upd77c25 with internal protected mask rom for code and data, needs decapping. was used in SD GUNDAM GX, japan only. Lord Nightmare has one of these and is waiting for someone who can decap it properly.
  • Super Nintendo DSP-4 MCU, is an NEC upd77c25 with internal protected mask rom for code and data, needs decapping. was used in the various versions of 'Top Gear 3000/Planets Champ 3000'
  • Super Nintendo/SETA ST-010 MCU, used in 'F1 ROC II' cartridge, unknown core. needs decapping. Lord Nightmare has one of these and is waiting for someone who can decap it properly.
  • Super Nintendo/SETA ST-011 MCU, used in 'shougi' cartridge, unknown core but same pinout as st-010. needs decapping.
  • Super Nintendo/SETA ST-013 MCU, used in 'shougi II' cartridge, unknown core, different pinout from st-010/st-011. needs decapping.
  • OBC-1 may be an MCU too, its on 'Battleclash 2: Metal combat' or 'Metal combat: Falcon's revenge' carts.

Nokia Dumps Needed

  • Mikro Mikko 1 (character generator, system disks)
  • MikroMikko 2
  • MikroMikko 2A
  • MikroMikko 3
  • MikroMikko 3TT (several models)
  • MikroMikko 4 (several models)
  • PääteMikko
  • Mikko 1
  • Mikko 2
  • Mikko 3
  • MPS-10

Olivetti Dumps Needed

Philips Dumps Needed

MSX Computers
  • VG-8020 - MSX1, 3 versions exist: /00, /10, /20. are they all supported in MESS (VG-8020 driver)?
  • NMS-801 - MSX1 compatible (no cartridge slot ⇒ no official MSX1), sold in Italy
  • NMS-8260 - MSX2 with internal HD, unconfirmed (maybe fake?)
Misc
  • P/330 (1978)
  • P2000B - aka P2500, successor of the P2000T/P2000M
  • P2000C (1983?) - successor of the P2000B
  • Yes - successor of the P2000C
  • P2000 series - word processors (probably unrelated to the P2000 systems above), various models: P2000, P2001, P2002, P2005
  • P3000 series - word processors, various models: P3003, P3004, P3005
  • P5000 series - word processors, various models and generations: P5002, P5004, P5040
  • NMS-3000 / NMS-4000 - terminals sold in Italy for the Videotel network, same chips as NMS-801. is there anything to emulate?
  • G7200

RAF Electronics Dumps Needed

  • CMP2000S Videoke
  • CMP210 Videoke
  • VMP-300D Videoke
  • VMP-1000 Videoke
  • VMP-2000 Videoke
  • VMP-2500 Videoke
  • VMP-3000 Videoke
  • VMP-3700 Videoke
  • VMP-7500 Videoke
  • VMP-9000 Videoke
  • Anything else that may surface from RAF Electronics

Sanyo Dumps Needed

MSX Computers
Word Processors
  • SWP-V400/V400C/V500C
  • SanWord SWP-201
  • SanWord Word Processors - various models: SWP-340/340H/360/380/700/1450/M60/M70/M71/M75/M80/M81/M100/NS5/NS6/NS15
  • Dr. Word (ワープロ博士) - various models: SWP-NS10/NS20/NS35/NS40/M50/NS7/M85
  • Dr. Word Pro (ワープロ博士PRO) - various models: SWP-M55/M57
  • Dr. Word Focus (ワープロ博士FOCUS) - various models: SWP-NS25/NS30F
  • Dr. Word Voice (音声ワープロ博士) - various models: SWP-C50C/S50CD
  • SWP-ER500 Card Editor - is there a BIOS?
Misc

Sega Dumps Needed

  • V-Saturn 1.00 (included in early RG-JX1 model V-Saturns)
  • Hi-Saturn 1.02 (included in the MMP-11 round button model Hi-Saturns)
  • Hi-Saturn NAVI (model MMP-1000NV, unsure if it used a different BIOS)
  • SamsungSaturn (model SPC-ST2, it has the japanese language removed in the BIOS)
  • SGX (unsure if this is even dumpable)
  • Also verify that PAL Saturn BIOSes are indeed multiregional
  • Sega Portadrive
  • Sega Neptune (Prototype)
  • Treamcast (unlicenced dreamcast clone)
  • Treamcast SE (unlicenced dreamcast clone)
  • Sega SP-400 serial printer controller MCU
  • HKT-01 (the Dreamcast half is dumped and in MESS)

Sharp Dumps Needed

MZ-80K group
MZ-80B group
MZ others
X1 series

A few of these are now supported by MESS, but it is not confirmed which models the dumps come from

X68000 series

A few of these are now supported by MESS, but it is not confirmed which models the dumps come from

Pocket Computers
Word Processors
Misc

Sinclair Dumps Needed

Sinclair QL

Sinclair Computers

  • UK BIOS v1.01 (PM)
  • UK BIOS v1.00 (FB)
  • French BIOS (MGF)
  • Spanish BIOS (MGE)
  • Swedish BIOS (MGS)
  • IPC 8049 version 2 (or 1?)

Cambridge Systems Technology

  • CST QL Disk Interface

Miracle Systems

  • Trump Card
  • Gold Card
  • Super Gold Card
  • QXL
  • QL Hard Disk
  • QL Centronics Printer Interface

TF Services

  • Hermes (i8749 IPC replacement)

Technology Research Ltd

  • Delta Disk Interface 64
  • Delta Disk Interface 128

Sandy UK PCP

  • Sandy Disk Interface

Others

  • Cumana Disk Interface
  • Falkenberg Hard Disk Interface

Sony Dumps Needed

Note: for sure, many VAIO share common BIOS, but we need some reliable doc to sort a bit that section!

MSX Computers
Playstation
  • Consoles not dumped:
    • DTL-H1001H
    • DTL-H3000
    • SCPH-5001
    • SCPH-5002
    • SCPH-5003
    • SCPH-5503
    • SCPH-7500
    • SCPH-9003
    • SCPH-103
  • BIOS versions missing:
    • Version 2.0 J
    • Version 4.1 J
    • Version 4.2 J
    • Version 4.4 J
    • Version 4.5 J
    • Version 4.0 A
    • Version 4.2 A
    • Version 4.3 A
    • Version 4.4 A
    • Version 4.0 E
    • Version 4.2 E
    • Version 4.3 E
  • Misc:
    • PSX APU chip, needs internal DSP mcu rom decapped/dumped (multiple versions may exist as the PSX had a LOOONG market life) (any dead playstation of any model would probably work fine for this, possibly even a ps2)
    • Possibly needed dev versions: DTLH-1200, DTL-H2000, DTL-H201A
Playstation 2
Vaio - 1st generation

Desktops have code PCV- / Laptops have code PCG-

Vaio - 2nd generation

Desktops have code VGC- / Laptops have code VGN-

Misc

Tandy Radio Shack Dumps Needed

TRS-80 Model 1/III/IV Family (Z-80-Based)
Business-Class TRS-80 Model II/16/16B/6000 Class Systems
Business-Class Model DT-1 (Data Terminal) 8051 Microcontroller-Based System
TRS-80 Color Computer Class Systems
TRS-80 Model 100/102/200 Portable Laptop Class Systems
TRS-80 Pocket Computer Class Systems
Tandy MS-DOS Class Systems
Other

Clones

[These should link to other mfr pages but consolidated here for obvious reasons.]

TRS-80 Model 1/III/IV Family (Z-80-Based) Clone Systems, Designed by EACA
TRS-80 Model 1/III/IV Family (Z-80-Based) Clone Systems, Other
  • CP 300 by Prológica Ind. e Com. de Microcomputadores Ltda (Brazilian Model III Clone)
  • CP 500 by Prológica Ind. e Com. de Microcomputadores Ltda (Brazilian Model III Clone)
  • CP 500/M80 by Prológica Ind. e Com. de Microcomputadores Ltda (Brazilian Model III/IV Clone)
  • CP 500/M80C by Prológica Ind. e Com. de Microcomputadores Ltda (Brazilian Model III/IV Clone)
  • DGT-100 by DIGITUS Ind. Com. Serv. de Eletrônica Ltda (Brazilian Model III Clone with Hi-Res Graphics)
  • DGT-1000 by DIGITUS Ind. Com. Serv. de Eletrônica Ltda (Brazilian Clone with Hi-Res Graphics)
  • D-8000 by Dismac Industrial S.A. (Brazilian Clone)
  • JR SYSDATA by Sysdata Eletrônica Ltda (Brazilian Model III Clone)
  • Naja by Kemitron Ltda (Brazilian Model III Clone)
  • SysData III by Sysdata Eletrônica Ltda (Brazilian Clone)
  • Fenix II by Fenix Sistemas e Computadores Ltda (Brazilian Clone)
  • JP-01 by Jamper Engenharia Eletrônica Ltda (Brazilian TRS-80 Clone)
  • Naja 800 by Kemitron Ltda (Brazilian TRS-80 Clone)
  • Racimec 1800 by RACIMEC - Racionalização e Mecanização Ltda (Brazilian TRS-80 Clone)
  • Sysdata IV by Sysdata Eletrônica Ltda (Brazilian TRS-80 Clone)
  • “TRS 80” by Sayfi Computadores Ltda (Brazilian TRS-80 Clone)
  • LNW-80 by LNW Research Corporation (United States TRS-80 Clone with Hi-Resolution Graphics) [Boot ROM dumped. Combined CRC32:CFD85C89)
  • MAX-80 by Lobo International (United States TRS-80 Clone)
Color Computer Class Systems
  • Prologica CP400 Color (Brazil)
  • CP400 Color II (Brazil)
  • Varixx VC50 (Brazil)
  • LZ Color64 (Brazil)
  • Dynacom MX1600 (Brazil)
  • Codimex CD6809 (Brazil)
  • Micro-SEP (CoCo 2 w/ 64K RAM clone, introduced by the Secretary of Education in Mexico)
  • Sampo Color Computer (Taiwan)
Other
  • Sysdata Tcolor (Brazilian MC-10 clone)

Texas Instruments Dumps Needed

  • Speak & Spell
    • La Grillo Parlante MCU (italian speak&spell)
    • La Dicte Magique MCU (french speak&spell)
    • Buddy (VSMs and MCU)(german speak&spell)
    • (spanish speak&spell, prototype only?)
  • Super Speak & Spell
    • all international versions (all use the later, blue, 'original-speak&spell-but-LCD-screen' style case)
    • TSP50c10-based earlier version with red case. requires decapping. code is likely different from the later one but the external word rom should be the same.
    • TSP50c35-based later version with blue 'original-speak&spell-but-LCD-screen' case, IF IT EXISTED IN A US RELEASE. requires decapping.
  • Super Speak & Spell modules
    • US & international versions
  • Super Speak & Math
    • all international versions (all use the later, blue, 'original-speak&spell-but-LCD-screen' style case)
    • TSP50c35-based later version with blue 'original-speak&spell-but-LCD-screen' case, IF IT EXISTED IN A US RELEASE. requires decapping.
  • Super Speak & Math modules
    • all but the one lord_nightmare has (can't tell which one yet)
    • US & international versions (if exist)
  • Speak & Spell Modules:
    • Super Stumpers 4-6 (English Dumped)
    • Super Stumpers 7-8 (English Dumped)
    • Noun Endings (English Dumped)
    • Basic Builders (English Dumped)
    • Vowel Power (English Dumped)
    • Magnificent Modifiers (English Dumped)
    • Mighty Verbs (English Dumped)
    • Vowel Ventures (English Dumped)
    • Homonym Heroes (English Dumped)
    • E.T. Fantasy (English Dumped)
    • International versions of all of the above, if they exist. French versions are known for at least 4 of them.
  • Speak & Read Modules
    • A Dog on a Log (English Dumped)
    • On The Track (English Dumped)
    • The Seal That Could Fly
    • The Third Circle
    • Who's Who at the Zoo (English Dumped)
    • Sea Sights (English Dumped)
    • The Ghost in the House
    • The Millionth Knight
  • Touch & Tell
    • US & international versions (if exist)
  • Touch & Tell Modules
    • Animal Friends (English Dumped)
    • World of Transportation (English Dumped)
    • Alphabet Fun (English Dumped)
    • Number Fun (English Dumped)
    • All about me (English Dumped)
    • E.T. Fantasy
    • International versions of all of the above
  • Touch & discover
    • US & international versions (if exist)
  • Vocaid (touch&tell based system for people unable to speak) (MCU only, VSM is dumped)
  • Speak & Music
    • US & international versions (if exist)
  • Teddy Touch & Tell
    • US & international versions
  • (talking ball toy)
  • Anything not listed here but listed at http://www.datamath.org/Album_Speech.htm
  • Anything listed as 'No' for 'dumped' at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/User:Lord_Nightmare
  • TI-85 Calculator - Need Dumps of ROM versions: 1.0, 2.0, 7.0 (Press [2nd] [MODE] [ALPHA] [S] to determine version)

Tomy Dumps Needed

  • Pyuuta Jr. (1983?) which is a console with a simplified keyboard
  • Tomy/Grandstand Tutor (circa October 1983?) with title screens in English and integrated Basic
  • Pyuuta Mk. 2 (1984?) with a better-looking keyboard and integrated Basic

Toshiba Dumps Needed

Note: probably many recent models share a common BIOS, but we need either to find specific documents or to access dumps to verify.

Pasopia series
Pasopia IQ series
Dynabook laptop series
Misc

Votrax Dumps Needed

  • Personal Speech System Versions A and B (version 3.A and 3.B spoken on startup. version 3.C is dumped) (version 3 is the general PSS software version in the Votrax heirarchy, so TnT is version 2, and SVA/VSA is version 1. Hence theres no version 2 or version 1 PSS software, unless its some sort of prototype)
  • VSA (may be called SVA too, if SVA is not something different. if it is, it needs dumping too)
  • VSB, VSC, VSM (ditto, some may be cpuless)
  • CPUless Votrax systems (need parameter roms dumped)
    • VS-6 series (64 phonemes each)
      • VS-6 (single board)
      • VS-6.1
      • VS-6.2
      • VS-6.3 (modular, field-upgradable)
      • VS-6.G (german version)
      • VS-6.G2 (modular, field upgradable german version)
    • VS-5 (rare old variant of VS-6, <1000 made)
    • VS-4 'Votrax' (super-rare old variant, only a few dozen made, consists of three cards)
    • ML-X series (128 phonemes each)
      • ML-1 parameter rom versions earlier than G(last one?), and other input translator roms(ASCII is dumped, we need EBCDIC and anything else made; roms are 1702(a)s)
      • ML-1ES (spanish version of ML-1, has more phonemes)
      • ML-2ES (ditto, even more phonemes)
      • ML-2 (if it existed)
  • SC-01 VOICE PAC (SC-01 board with external speech data roms, roms are needed)
  • any other boards which are SC-01 based and have roms with any sort of cpu code or predone voice data on them. May include the appleII Mockingboards.

V-tech Dumps Needed

Socrates
  • Socrates Educational Video System PAL, english, french, german, italian, and spanish versions
  • Socrates Educational Video System NTSC spanish (south america), if they existed
  • Socrates EVS Carts:
    • Many, but not all carts are universal and work for all languages, only the main units have different language roms. Missing carts include but are not limited to:
    • CAD Professor Mouse - Pending dump
    • Touch Pad cartridge - An IR touch pad is needed for testing as well
    • Game Wizard
    • Memory Mania french version: Exercices de Memoire)
Misc.
  • V-tech handhelds (talikng baseball, soccer, football, basketball, etc)
  • V-tech Laser PC5
  • V-tech Laser PC6 (both the educational typing tutor version and the original with BASIC)
  • V-tech PreComputer 1000
  • V-tech PreComputer Power Pad
  • V-tech PreComputer Power Pad Plus
  • V-tech IQ Unlimited Computer
Unconfirmed
  • Laser MSX - announced, but probably never released
  • Laser MSX2 - announced, one unit was the prize of a programming contest, never released

Other Manufacture Dumps Needed

A

ABS Computers

ACC

ACCESS Computer

ACTRIX

ADDS

ADD-X Systèmes

Advance Technology

Advanced Computer Systems

Agat (Агат)

AI Electronics

Akor

Almithali

  • Perfect - MSX1, manufactured by Daewoo, sold in Kuwait
  • Perfect2 - MSX2, manufactured by Daewoo, sold in Kuwait

Alpha Micro

Altos Computer Systems

AM International Jacquard Systems

Ampere

Apex

Apogey (Апогей)

Apollo 7

Applied Technologies

ASCI

AT&T

Aval

AVT Electronics

Axel

B

Basis

Bazin/Romtec

Bear Microcomputer Systems

Billings

Bit Corporation

Bit2

Brascom

BRD

  • Dolphin (Not the same as the Dolphin (Unknown manufacturer) in MESS)

British Telecom

  • Merlin M2105 - de-badged ACORN Electron plus a large expansion unit

Bull

C

C.ITOH

CAB

Camerica

Castle Technology

  • Iyonix PC (2002) - new computer for the Acorn RISC OS/ARM platform

CE-TEC

  • MPC-80 - MSX1, manufactured by Daewoo, sold in Germany

CGL

  • M5 (possibly same BIOS as the European Sord M5?)

Challengeing

Columbia Data Products

Comart

Comelta

  • Drac-1 (spanish version of the Rockwell AIM-65)

Compaq

Compucolor Corporation

Compupro

Computer & Electronic System

Computer Data Systems

Computer Devices Incorporated

Conic

Continental Edison / Saba

Convergent Technologies

Convex Computer Corp.

Cray Research

Creative Technology

Cromemco

CW/P

Czerweny

D

Daidaixing Electronics

Daewoo

Darley

Data Soft

Data Technology Industries

Datapoint Corporation

Datavue

Datel

  • Action Replay I, II and III for Amiga - Incomplete dumps are available, missing the first few bytes

David Computer

Delplay

Dick Smith

  • Cat - Rebadged Laser 3000

Didaktik

Digital Micro Systems

Digitus

Dragon Data Ltd

Dulmont

Durango

DVK (ДВК)

DVW Micro-electronics

Dynadata

  • DPC-200 - MSX1, Dynadata is a spanish subsidiary of Daewoo

Dynalogic

E

E-Haeng

EACA

Eagle Computers Inc.

EDS

Educatel

Electronic Product Ass.

Electronica

Elektronika (Электроника)

Elektronska Industrija Niš

Entex

Envizions Computer Entertainment

Epoch

Exelvision

Extensis

Exxon

F

Fenner

Fisher-price

  • Pixter
  • Pixter Plus

Fortune

  • Hand Game SY-3000B

Forum

Fox

Franklin

Funtech

  • A'Can Super Color - Unreleased

G

G.Z.E. Unimor

Gakken

GamePark Holdings

Gavilan

GEM

Gemini

General

Goldstar

Grandstand

Grid

H

Hanimex

HBN Computeur

Heathkit / Zenith

Hobbit

Holborn

Homelab Series

Honeywell

Husky Computers Limited

Hyosung

also known as Dongyang Nylon in the 80s

I

I.S.T.C. (Informatic Systèmes Télécom)

Iasis

IBP

Ice-Felix

ICL

IMCE

IMSAI

Independant Business Systems

Intel

Interact

Intersystems

Intertec

IPTVT (Traian Vuia Polytechnical Institute)

ISC (Intelligent Systems Corp)

Iskra (Искра)

  • Partner (not the same as the Partner-01.01 in MESS)

Iskra Delta

ISOT

ITT

J

JVC / Victor

K

Kawai

Kaypro

Kemitron

Kenbak Computer Company

Konix

Kontron

Kosmos

Kyocera

  • YC-64 - MSX1, is the BIOS different from Yashica YC-64?
  • YC-100 - no info, only mentioned in a list of old computers

L

Leanord

Limelight Interfield Systems

  • JB-806E1-2 (1985) - computer based on Hitachi MB-S1

Litton - Monroe

Lobo Drives International

Logabax

Logystem

Lucas

M

Mark-8

Marquette Electronics

Matra

Matra Hachette

Mattel Electronics

MBC

MCM Computers

MCP

  • Aster CT-80 - dutch computer, TRS-80 and CP/M compatible

Medusa

Mera-Elzab

Merlin

Messiah Entertainment, Inc.

Metrologie

Microace

Microcomputer Associates Inc.

Microdigital

Microkit

Micromega

Micronique

Microwriter

Mikroeletronika

Mindset Corp.

MITS

Morrow Designs

MOS Technology

Moscow University

Mostek

Motorola

MSI

Multitech

Mupid

N

Nakajima

Nano

National Semiconductor

NBI

NCR

Nixdorf

  • PC 05 - Rebadged Panasonic FH-2000

Nordmende

  • Nordmende Teleplay - German Channel F variant; most Channel F variants use the same BIOS. This hasn't been confirmed for the Nordmende.

Normerel

Northstar

NTT

O

OHIO Scientific

OKI

Olympia

OMRON

  • OHPS-I - Health computer with blood pressure management, based on MSX2 hardware (notice that OMRON

was founded by Kazuma Tateishi, so the company Tateishi Electric sometimes mentioned in MSX pages IS OMRON :-) ).

  • LUNA88K - M88k workstation
  • LUNA88K2 - M88k workstation, correct name LUNA88K2

Ontel

Open University, UK

Orange

Oric

Osborne Corp.

Otrona

Oyama Industrial Co. (大山産業株式会社)

P

Peerless

Pelican Products

Phantom Entertainment

Phonola

Pioneer

Plantron

  • PT-30
  • PT-80

Plessey

  • PC 60

Polycorp

Powertran Cybernetics

Pravetz

Processor Technology Corp

  • SOL-10 Stripped down version without expansion backplane and numeric keypad
  • SOL-PC - Single board version, basically it consisted of the SOL-20 board only

Prologica

Proteus International

PSION

Q

Quasar Data Products

QUAY Corporation

R

R.F.T.

  • KC 85/3 - Same as the VEB Mikroelectronik KC 85/3 in MESS?
  • KC 85/4 - Same as the VEB Mikroelectronik KC 85/4 in MESS?

R2E

Radiola

  • VG-5000 - rebadged Philips VG-5000
  • MK-180 - MSX1, rebadged Philips VG-8010

Radofin

RAIR microcomputer

RAM

  • Lambda-1 - RAM was a Japanese computer magazine and the Lambda-1 a build-it-yourself computer

RCA

Redant

Regency Systems

Regnecentralen

Research Machines

RIP

Robik

Robotron

S

Sage

Sages

Saitek

Sakhr / Universal / Al Alamiah

Sambo

Korean company, maybe the same as TriGem

  • Busicom (dual CPU computer in 1983!)

Samsung

Sanco

Sanno

  • SPCmkIII - MSX1, probably same as Casio PV-16BK. any relation with Sanyo SPC Super (which has Sanno

written on the case)?

SBS

Schneider

  • MC-810 - MSX1, rebadged Philips VG-8010

Scientific Computer

Seattle Computer

Seequa

Seiko

Selcom

Semi-Tech

Shanda

Sharp / Epcom

Shelton Instruments

Siemens

  • PC-100 - hardware identical to the AIM-65, but custom monitor and BASIC ROMs

Sinclair

Sirius Computer

SMH - ALCATEL

SMT

Sobrelec

Solid State Technology

Sord

South West Technical Products Corporation

Spectravideo

Spica

Spotlight

Korean company, originally known as Hanguk Sangyeok

SSD COMPANY LIMITED

SYMAG Informatique

Sysdata Eletronica

System Formulet Inc.

T

Taito / JSB / ASCII

  • WoWoW - Unreleased, 16-bit CD-ROM console (1992)

Takara

Talent / Telematica

Tapwave

Tashki Computer System

Tatung

TEI

Telcon Industries

Telercas Oy

Televideo

TELMI

Thomson

Thorn EMI

Tonel

  • PC - Sinclair ZX-81 clone

Transam

TriGem

Trios Micro Systems

Triton

  • PC-64 - MSX1. could it be the same as Radofin Triton?

Triumph Adler

U

Unisys

Unitron (Brazil)

Unitron (Germany)

  • 2200 - German clone of the Apple IIe

V

V-marc

Vector (Вектор)

Vector Graphic

Vectrix

Videomaster

  • Star Chess (incog has one of these, no idea how to dump)

Videoton

Visual Technology

VM Labs

W

WELECT

Western Digital

  • WD37C65: Internal 2k ROM chip (NEC UPD765 clone, decap needed)

WICAT

World Book

X

Xerox

Y

Yamaha

Yeno

Yobo

Z

ZAPiT Games

Zenith Data Systems

ZZZ_Unknown Manufacturer