New Firmware Available for Apple II BOOTi Card

There is a new version of the firmware for the Apple II BOOTi Card. Version 0.9K fixes a bug that was affecting users of the card on the Apple II Plus. The old version was causing a problem for users who did not have a disk image in the Virtual Slot 1 on the card.

This new version, coded by Marko Ramius, also increases the boot delay for those users who are using the VidHD card in their Apple II’s.

You can download the firmware for Version 0.9K from the Assembly Lines website at:
https://ct6502.org/product/apple-ii-booti/

The BOOTi card is also available for $50.00 from Assembly Lines.

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