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Offline Michele31415

GVP Spectrum defective - replacement advice?
« on: October 16, 2021, 01:23:19 AM »
Now that my A2000 seems to be working again I thought I'd try throwing in my GVP Spectrum EGS 28/24 so I could get some decent graphics out of it.  Sadly though the preboot expansion board diagnostics report it as "defective".  So does anyone have a recommendation for something more or less equivalent that's still available today?  I'd like to be able to drive my Samsung 1600x1200 LCD monitor in some video mode greater than the native 2000 supplies.

There's a similar thread here http://eab.abime.net/showthread.php?t=78260 but that's six years old now and they never came to any definite conclusions there.
Active: B2000 4.4, A2630, GVP 2000 HC+8, DKB 2632, SCSI2SD, Gotek, Deneb USB, XSurf 3cc, CD ROM, Megachip 2000, ECS Agnus, Denise, OS 3.9, GVP Spectrum EGS 28/24, Silicon Springs GOMF
Retired: A2088, 8-Up, A2090a, Oktagon 2008, Kitchen Sync
Busted: A2091
 

Offline Matt_H

Re: GVP Spectrum defective - replacement advice?
« Reply #1 on: October 16, 2021, 02:02:17 AM »
At the very least, try gently cleaning the card edge pins of the Spectrum and try it in a different slot. Maybe it’s just a bad connection. And I’ve had other Zorro boards report as defective when they actually weren’t due to a separate hardware issue. And if you do give up on the card, don’t throw it away. I’m sure someone will want it for parts/repair.

As far as replacements go, I believe the ZZ9000 is the only graphics card that can currently be bought fully assembled. A few others are available as kits. Otherwise you’re looking at the second-hand market.
 

Offline Michele31415

Re: GVP Spectrum defective - replacement advice?
« Reply #2 on: October 16, 2021, 05:23:51 PM »
Thanks.  I cleaned the card edge connectors but that didn't help.  I can't easily move it to a different slot because the only free slot I have left is the leftmost Zorro+PC Bridgeboard slot.  But I did put the Deneb in that slot and it was reported as working.

Then I looked at my old post https://forum.amiga.org/index.php?topic=62988.0 where I apparently had trouble with this board incident to 2632 issues nine years ago (completely forgot about that).  Apparently, the Spectrum has 2MB of RAM on it (4x 4C16257) and reported 2M in the showconfig I did in the previous post.

So that puts me over the Zorro II 8M limit* since I already have 4M on the GVP 2000 HC+8 and 4M on the A2630,  But would that be enough to cause the preboot diagnostics to report the Spectrum as defective?  It looks like it was working enough to show up in showconfig last time around.

The ZZ9000 looks like exactly what I want.  If I can't get the Spectrum to work, that may be the solution.  There is currently nothing at all on Ebay.  Do you have a pointer to a kit for this?  My search turned up nothing.

* Maybe. http://amiga.resource.cx/exp/impact2000hc8 says about the GVP 2000:
Quote
accepts SIMMs in groups of two, giving 2, 4, 6 or 8 MB configurations
this memory is technically not Zorro II memory - data is DMA-d from the HD as normal, but not via the Zorro bus for added speed
so then I'd only have 6 MB (4 on the 2630 and 2 on the Specturm).
« Last Edit: October 16, 2021, 05:30:02 PM by Michele31415 »
Active: B2000 4.4, A2630, GVP 2000 HC+8, DKB 2632, SCSI2SD, Gotek, Deneb USB, XSurf 3cc, CD ROM, Megachip 2000, ECS Agnus, Denise, OS 3.9, GVP Spectrum EGS 28/24, Silicon Springs GOMF
Retired: A2088, 8-Up, A2090a, Oktagon 2008, Kitchen Sync
Busted: A2091
 

Offline utri007

Re: GVP Spectrum defective - replacement advice?
« Reply #3 on: October 16, 2021, 05:29:33 PM »
IF you have a PC Bridgeboard, that would also require some 4mb free Zorro II memory space.

I think that you have 4mb + 4mb + 4mb + 2mb, wich is way too much 100% sure would cause troubles.
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Offline Michele31415

Re: GVP Spectrum defective - replacement advice?
« Reply #4 on: October 16, 2021, 05:54:40 PM »
Thanks.  I cleaned the card edge connectors but that didn't help.  I can't easily move it to a different slot because the only free slot I have left is the leftmost Zorro+PC Bridgeboard slot.  But I did put the Deneb in that slot and it was reported as working.

Then I looked at my old post https://forum.amiga.org/index.php?topic=62988.0 where I apparently had trouble with this board incident to 2632 issues nine years ago (completely forgot about that).  Apparently, the Spectrum has 2MB of RAM on it (4x 4C16257) and reported 2M in the showconfig I did in the previous post.

So that puts me over the Zorro II 8M limit* since I already have 4M on the GVP 2000 HC+8 and 4M on the A2630,  But would that be enough to cause the preboot diagnostics to report the Spectrum as defective?  It looks like it was working enough to show up in showconfig last time around.

The ZZ9000 looks like exactly what I want.  If I can't get the Spectrum to work, that may be the solution.  There is currently nothing at all on Ebay.  Do you have a pointer to a kit for this?  My search turned up nothing.

* Maybe. http://amiga.resource.cx/exp/impact2000hc8 says about the GVP 2000:
Quote
accepts SIMMs in groups of two, giving 2, 4, 6 or 8 MB configurations
this memory is technically not Zorro II memory - data is DMA-d from the HD as normal, but not via the Zorro bus for added speed
so then I'd only have 6 MB (4 on the 2630 and 2 on the Specturm).

UPDATE:
I thought maybe the expansion board diagnostics are confused so I tried booting the system with the Spectrum in it, and it worked:

Quote
1.FS3:> showconfig
PROCESSOR:      CPU 68030/68882fpu/68030mmu
CUSTOM CHIPS:   ECS NTSC Agnus (id=$0030), ECS Denise (id=$00FC)
VERS:   Kickstart version 40.63, Exec version 40.10, Disk version 45.3
RAM:    Node type $A, Attributes $605 (FAST), at $200000-$9FFFFF (8.0 meg)
        Node type $A, Attributes $703 (CHIP), at $400-$1FFFFF (~2.0 meg)
BOARDS:
 CBM A2630 68030/RAM card:   Prod=514/81($202/$51) (@$200000 4meg Mem)
 Board + ROM (HD?) (Great Valley Products):   Prod=2017/11($7E1/$B) (@$E90000 64K)
 RAM (Great Valley Products):   Prod=2017/10($7E1/$A) (@$600000 4meg Mem)
 Board (Individual Computers):   Prod=4626/23($1212/$17) (@$EA0000 64K)
 Board (unidentified):   Prod=3643/18($E3B/$12) (@$EB0000 64K)
 Board + ROM (HD?) (unidentified):   Prod=3643/19($E3B/$13) (@$EC0000 64K)
 Board (Viona Development):   Prod=2193/1($891/$1) (@$0 2meg)
1.FS3:>
So at least something is working.  Now I have to make a jumper cable to connect it to the Amiga's video out since I can't find the one that supposedly came with the Spectrum.
Active: B2000 4.4, A2630, GVP 2000 HC+8, DKB 2632, SCSI2SD, Gotek, Deneb USB, XSurf 3cc, CD ROM, Megachip 2000, ECS Agnus, Denise, OS 3.9, GVP Spectrum EGS 28/24, Silicon Springs GOMF
Retired: A2088, 8-Up, A2090a, Oktagon 2008, Kitchen Sync
Busted: A2091
 

Offline QuikSanz

Re: GVP Spectrum defective - replacement advice?
« Reply #5 on: October 16, 2021, 06:38:06 PM »
Heads up, the ZZ9000 has 4MB mem in Zorro2 mode.

Chris
 
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Offline Michele31415

Re: GVP Spectrum defective - replacement advice?
« Reply #6 on: October 16, 2021, 07:33:54 PM »
Heads up, the ZZ9000 has 4MB mem in Zorro2 mode.

Chris
Thanks, that's good to know.  I guess I could just pull the 4MB out of the GVP 2000 in that case.
Active: B2000 4.4, A2630, GVP 2000 HC+8, DKB 2632, SCSI2SD, Gotek, Deneb USB, XSurf 3cc, CD ROM, Megachip 2000, ECS Agnus, Denise, OS 3.9, GVP Spectrum EGS 28/24, Silicon Springs GOMF
Retired: A2088, 8-Up, A2090a, Oktagon 2008, Kitchen Sync
Busted: A2091
 

Offline Michele31415

Re: GVP Spectrum defective - replacement advice?
« Reply #7 on: October 16, 2021, 07:43:06 PM »
IF you have a PC Bridgeboard, that would also require some 4mb free Zorro II memory space.
Anh, I should update my profile.   I do have a Bridgeboard but it is not currently installed.
I think that you have 4mb + 4mb + 4mb + 2mb, wich is way too much 100% sure would cause troubles.
Right now I *think* I have 4MB on the 2630 and 4MB on the GVP 2000.  The 2MB on the Spectrum is supposedly not Z-II RAM.  If I'm reading the showconfig right, the "(@$0 2meg)" there means 2MB starting at address 0.  Then there are three chunks of 64K from the Denise and x-surf at $EA0000, $EB0000, and $EC0000.  I'm going to solder up a connector and try installing the Spectrum software.  If that doesn't work, I'll remove the GVP 2000 RAM.
Active: B2000 4.4, A2630, GVP 2000 HC+8, DKB 2632, SCSI2SD, Gotek, Deneb USB, XSurf 3cc, CD ROM, Megachip 2000, ECS Agnus, Denise, OS 3.9, GVP Spectrum EGS 28/24, Silicon Springs GOMF
Retired: A2088, 8-Up, A2090a, Oktagon 2008, Kitchen Sync
Busted: A2091
 

Offline utri007

Re: GVP Spectrum defective - replacement advice?
« Reply #8 on: October 16, 2021, 08:32:49 PM »
I think that first thing you should do it test it only with 2630.
ACube Sam 440ep Flex 800mhz, 1gb ram and 240gb hd and OS4.1FE
A1200 Micronic tower, OS3.9, Apollo 060 66mhz, xPert Merlin, Delfina Lite and Micronic Scandy, 500Gb hd, 66mb ram, DVD-burner and WLAN.
A1200 desktop, OS3.9, Blizzard 060 66mhz, 66mb ram, Ide Fix Express with 160Gb HD and WLAN
A500 OS2.1, GVP+HD8 with 4mb ram, 1mb chip ram and 4gb HD
Commodore CDTV KS3.1, 1mb chip, 4mb fast ram and IDE HD
 

Offline Michele31415

Re: GVP Spectrum defective - replacement advice?
« Reply #9 on: October 16, 2021, 10:26:52 PM »
I think that first thing you should do it test it only with 2630.
If you mean "don't enable the 2632" then yes, that's the plan.

Just out of curiosity, can I use the Spectrum without that 23 - 9 pin jumper cable?  It's not clear form the manual.  They talk about a "multi-monitor" setup but they seem to mean more than one Spectrum in the same machine, not a VGA monitor on the Spectrum and my NTSC CRT on the Amiga video port.
Active: B2000 4.4, A2630, GVP 2000 HC+8, DKB 2632, SCSI2SD, Gotek, Deneb USB, XSurf 3cc, CD ROM, Megachip 2000, ECS Agnus, Denise, OS 3.9, GVP Spectrum EGS 28/24, Silicon Springs GOMF
Retired: A2088, 8-Up, A2090a, Oktagon 2008, Kitchen Sync
Busted: A2091
 

Offline Matt_H

Re: GVP Spectrum defective - replacement advice?
« Reply #10 on: October 17, 2021, 02:24:11 AM »
I agree with others above that the problem was your Zorro II bus being maxxed out.

As for the 9-pin adapter cable, it's for passthrough if you want to run the Spectrum and native Amiga video on the same monitor and autoswitch between them. If you want to run Amiga native modes on a 1084 (or similar) and Spectrum modes on a VGA monitor you don't need the adapter.
 

Offline Michele31415

Re: GVP Spectrum defective - replacement advice?
« Reply #11 on: October 17, 2021, 05:28:37 PM »
Oh, that's good to know so I decided to try it without the jumper.  I have my CRT connected to the Amiga 23 pin port and my LCD connected to the Spectrum VGA out.   I installed the software and it said it was successful.  But when I rebooted I got a pop-up on teh CRT about "Only half LEGS installed" and an error in the startup-sequence:

Error: unknown video node in: LINK  LEGSa:mux.map2video LEGSa.monitor

There's no signal at all on the LCD.  The startup-sequence now looks like this:

Quote
FS3:S> type startup-sequence
PsdLoadModule DEVS:input.device QUIET ;Added by Poseidon-Installer
; $VER: Startup-Sequence_HardDrive 45.1 (25.11.00)
; Startup-Sequence for hard drive systems

If Exists C:IDEFix
  C:IDEFix
EndIf

C:SetPatch QUIET ;  NOROMUPDATE

C:Version >NIL:
C:AddBuffers >NIL: DF0: 15
FailAt 21

C:MakeDir RAM:T RAM:Clipboards RAM:ENV RAM:ENV/Sys
C:Copy >NIL: ENVARC: RAM:ENV ALL NOREQ

Resident >NIL: C:Assign PURE
Resident >NIL: C:Execute PURE

Assign >NIL: ENV: RAM:ENV
Assign >NIL: T: RAM:T
Assign >NIL: CLIPS: RAM:Clipboards
Assign >NIL: REXX: S:
Assign >NIL: PRINTERS: DEVS:Printers
Assign >NIL: KEYMAPS: DEVS:Keymaps
Assign >NIL: LOCALE: SYS:Locale
Assign >NIL: LIBS: SYS:Classes ADD
Assign >NIL: HELP: LOCALE:Help DEFER


BindDrivers
C:Mount >NIL: DEVS:DOSDrivers/~(#?.info)

C:LoadMonDrvs

;IF EXISTS DEVS:Monitors
;  IF EXISTS DEVS:Monitors/VGAOnly
;    DEVS:Monitors/VGAOnly
;  EndIF

;  C:List >NIL: DEVS:Monitors/~(#?.info|VGAOnly) TO T:M LFORMAT "DEVS:Monitors/%s"
;  Execute T:M
;  C:Delete >NIL: T:M
;EndIF

SetEnv Language "english"
SetEnv Workbench $Workbench
SetEnv Kickstart $Kickstart
UnSet Workbench
UnSet Kickstart

C:AddDataTypes REFRESH QUIET
;BEGIN EGS
stack 20000
c:assign egs: FS3:egs
c:assign  libs: egs:libs add
; call EGS config program
egs:c/NoCacheZorro3 >nil:
egs:c/egsconfig file egs:s/EGS.config
;END EGS
C:IPrefs

; echo "starting 2632..."
; C:2632 -r
; echo "Back from 2632"
C:ConClip

Path >NIL: RAM: C: SYS:Utilities SYS:Rexxc SYS:System S: SYS:Prefs SYS:WBStartup SYS:Tools SYS:Tools/Commodities

SYS:System/REXXMast >NIL:

echo "STart user-startup..."
IF EXISTS S:User-Startup
  Execute S:User-Startup
EndIF

Resident Execute REMOVE
Resident Assign REMOVE

C:LoadWB
EndCLI >NIL:
6.FS3:S>

I have a devs/monitors directory but it's empty.

Here's my installation log:

Quote
6.FS3:EGS> type install_log_file
******* Installation Log *******
User Level: AVERAGE
Pretend: No

Run Program: "c:cpu nocache nofastrom noburst nocopyback >ram:env/cpu"
Run Program: "c:cpu >nil: nodatacache "

>
 On which PARTITION should the EGS drawer be installed?

Ask Drawer: Result was "FS3:".
Copy file "bin" to "T:".

>Which pieces of EGS do you wish to install?
Ask Options: User selected following options...
  EGS-Basics            900K
  EGS-Prefs             500K
  EGS-Utilities/Tools   300K
  EGS-Extras            200K
  EGS-Pictures          900K
  EGS-Hooks             150K
  EGS-Paint             250K
  EGS-RecoverDisk       1 Disk
Run Program: "T:Bin/lz -2 -m e Spectrum_Disk_1:EGSSys.LHA FS3:"
Run Program: "T:Bin/lz -2 -m e Spectrum_Disk_1:EGSColon.LHA FS3:"
Run Program: "T:Bin/lz -2 -m e Spectrum_Disk_2:EGSBlanker.LHA FS3:"

>
How many Monitors are you using ?

Ask Choice: User selected "One Monitor - connected to Spectrum. ".
Run Program: "copy SYS:WBStartup/#?EGS#?.info SYS:WBStartup.backup all"
Run Program: "delete SYS:WBStartup/#?EGS#?.info"

>
 Which Monitor you are using for the Spectrum-Board ?

Ask Choice: User selected "Standard S-VGA".
Run Program: "copy T:bin/SVGA to FS3:egs/monitors/Prefs/LEGSa.mux.map2video"
Run Program: "copy T:bin/EGS-Amiga.info SYS:WBStartup/"
Run Program: "echo ";*N; $VER: EGS.config 5.0 (22.9.93) by MvK *N;*N" >FS3:egs/s/EGS.Config"
Run Program: "echo FILE egs:s/LEGSa.config >>FS3:egs/s/EGS.Config"
Run Program: "echo FILE egs:s/LEGSa+AMIGA.config >>FS3:egs/s/EGS.Config"
Run Program: "echo FILE egs:s/EGSWB.config >>FS3:egs/s/EGS.Config"
Run Program: "copy T:bin/#?.config to FS3:egs/s"
Run Program: "T:Bin/lz -2 -m e Spectrum_Disk_2:EGSPrefs.LHA FS3:"
Run Program: "T:Bin/lz -2 -m e Spectrum_Disk_3:EGSUtilities.LHA FS3:"
Run Program: "T:Bin/lz -2 -m e Spectrum_Disk_3:EGSTools.LHA FS3:"
Run Program: "T:Bin/lz -2 -m e Spectrum_Disk_3:EGSEnv-Archive.LHA sys:Prefs/"
Run Program: "T:Bin/lz -2 -m e Spectrum_Disk_3:EGSPresets.LHA sys:Prefs/"
Run Program: "T:Bin/lz -2 -m e Spectrum_Disk_3:EGSExtras.LHA FS3:"
Run Program: "T:Bin/lz -2 -m e Spectrum_Disk_3:EGSPaint.LHA FS3:"
Run Program: "T:Bin/lz -2 -m e Spectrum_Disk_4:EGSHooks.LHA FS3:"
Run Program: "T:Bin/lz -2 -m e Spectrum_Disk_4:EGSPictures.LHA FS3:"
Run Program: "copy T:bin/EGS.info to FS3:"
Run Program: "copy T:bin/ECON#? SYS:devs/DOSDrivers/"

>
Your startup-sequence will be stored as startup-sequence.backup and a
new one will be installed in its place.

This is necessary because EGS
must register its screenmodes in the Display Database *BEFORE* the first
screen display is generated.

The main change will be to execute EGS
initialization programs right beforethe IPrefs program is run and any
screens are generated.

Ask Question: Result was "Yes".
Run Program: "T:Bin/mkscript  FS3: NOFA"
Run Program: "c:echo  > T:bin/startup-sequence  stack  20000 "
Run Program: "c:echo >> T:bin/startup-sequence  ECHO  EGS-Recover Disk   "
Run Program: "c:echo >> T:bin/startup-sequence  assign t:  ram: "
Run Program: "c:echo >> T:bin/startup-sequence  assign envarc:  FS3:prefs/env-archive  "
Run Program: "c:echo >> T:bin/startup-sequence  assign LOCALE:  FS3:locale  "
Run Program: "c:echo >> T:bin/startup-sequence  assign FONTS:   FS3:fonts  "
Run Program: "c:echo >> T:bin/startup-sequence  "
Run Program: "c:echo >> T:bin/startup-sequence  ECHO  Reset the WB-Screenmode ? (Y/N)"
Run Program: "c:echo >> T:bin/startup-sequence  ASK -------------------------------:  "
Run Program: "c:echo >> T:bin/startup-sequence  IF WARN "
Run Program: "c:echo >> T:bin/startup-sequence  delete  >nil: envarc:sys/Screenmode.prefs"
Run Program: "c:echo >> T:bin/startup-sequence  ENDIF "
Run Program: "c:echo >> T:bin/startup-sequence  ECHO  Reset the EGS-Screenmode ? (Y/N)  "
Run Program: "c:echo >> T:bin/startup-sequence  ASK --------------------------------:  "
Run Program: "c:echo >> T:bin/startup-sequence  delete >nil: envarc:egs/Screenmode.Prefs"
Run Program: "c:echo >> T:bin/startup-sequence  ENDIF"
Run Program: "c:echo >> T:bin/startup-sequence  ECHO  Please REMOVE the floppy disk "
Run Program: "c:echo >> T:bin/startup-sequence  ECHO  and REBOOT your machine OR hit RETURN for WB !"
Run Program: "c:echo >> T:bin/startup-sequence  execute Como.startup "
Run Program: "c:echo >> T:bin/startup-sequence  ECHO  "
Run Program: "c:echo >> T:bin/startup-sequence  ECHO  "
Run Program: "copy T:bin/startup-sequence to QDH0:s"

>
        It is possible to start EGS now!


Select Start!

If not EGS will be installed
automatically after
            you reboot your machine.


               Select Quit!

Ask Question: Result was "Start".
Run Program: "assign  EGS: FS3:egs"
Run Program: "assign libs: egs:libs add"
Run Program: "copy envarc:EGS to env:egs all"
Run Program: "egs:c/EGSConfig FILE egs:s/EGS.Config"
Run Program: "egs:c/EGSConfig LOAD egs:driver/EGSAmigaDriver"
Run Program: "delete T:bin all"
Exiting script...
6.FS3:EGS>

What am I doing wrong?


Active: B2000 4.4, A2630, GVP 2000 HC+8, DKB 2632, SCSI2SD, Gotek, Deneb USB, XSurf 3cc, CD ROM, Megachip 2000, ECS Agnus, Denise, OS 3.9, GVP Spectrum EGS 28/24, Silicon Springs GOMF
Retired: A2088, 8-Up, A2090a, Oktagon 2008, Kitchen Sync
Busted: A2091
 

Offline Pat the Cat

Re: GVP Spectrum defective - replacement advice?
« Reply #12 on: October 17, 2021, 06:22:20 PM »
One thing you are clearly doing is relying on the bundled EGS software for RTG rather than Picasso 96.

I mean, you're running LOADMONDRIVERS with nothing in Devs/Monitors. That would limit selectable screen modes in Workbench Prefs to whatever the machine started up in, PAL or NTSC.

I don't know if this is "wrong", but I feel it's ambitious with Workbench 3.9. Picasso 96 does support a 28/24.

EDIT: Setting aside the Bridgeboard, you could have just set the GVP card to 2MB rather than 4MB via jumper.
« Last Edit: October 17, 2021, 06:27:26 PM by Pat the Cat »
"To recurse is human. To iterate, divine."

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A500, Vanilla, A570, Rev 5, KS 1.2/1.3 Testbench system
Rasp Pi, UAE4ARM, 3D laser scanner, experimental, hoping for AmigaOS4Arm, based on Watterott Fabscan Pi
 

Offline QuikSanz

Re: GVP Spectrum defective - replacement advice?
« Reply #13 on: October 17, 2021, 06:41:00 PM »
Only 2 meg on that board. I have one.

Chris
 

Offline Pat the Cat

Re: GVP Spectrum defective - replacement advice?
« Reply #14 on: October 17, 2021, 07:09:24 PM »
To clarify, set the GVP HC+8 to 2MB of memory rather than 4MB. :)

EDIT: The LEGS error message points to the installed drivers for EGS having a problem starting up.

I am thinking they were done a long time before 3.9. Might not work with it, Software problem rather than defective card.
« Last Edit: October 17, 2021, 08:08:06 PM by Pat the Cat »
"To recurse is human. To iterate, divine."

A1200, Vanilla, Surf Squirrel, SD Card, KS 3.0/3.z, PCMCIA dev
A500, Vanilla, A570, Rev 5, KS 1.2/1.3 Testbench system
Rasp Pi, UAE4ARM, 3D laser scanner, experimental, hoping for AmigaOS4Arm, based on Watterott Fabscan Pi