Identify ][ – V.2.11 Released!

Thanks to the vivid support and feedback of the Apple II community ID2 V.2.11 is now officially released into the wild tonight. 

The new version contains bug fixes and enhancements:

  • BugFix: Detection of SLOT AUX on Apple //e with a 6502 CPU had a bug showing the card physically in AUX SLOT to be listed in SLOT 7. With a 65C02 CPU the detection worked correctly. This has been fixed in this version.
  • BugFix: Slot scans for SATURN RAM cards now also take place in slots 5, 6 and 7 without overwriting a physical disk connected to a Disk ][ controller in one of these slots (and also no overwrite will happen in all of the other slots).
  • Update: Tiny tool SLOTSUCKER which reads the ROM space of a card and saves it to a file on disk. It is possible to suck ROM data from SLOT AUX now if an 80-column card inserted in SLOT AUX is shown as unidentified on the results page. Please send me the ROM footprint of any unidentified cards if you like!

New cards/hardware detected:

  • CFFA 2000
  • CFFA 3000
  • Disk Drive 3,5″ as SmartPort device
  • MicroDrive Turbo
  • CCS7710 asynchronuous serial card
  • Videx 80-column card ROM V2.3
  • Yellowstone Disk Controller

Information about the tool and DSK-images:

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About the Author

Marc-Andre Golombeck

Dr. Marc A. Golombeck is a physician and a physicist working in the field of cancer therapy and radiooncology. He is also an Apple ][ enthusiast since the age of five when he was first introduced to the fascinating world of Apple ][ computing. Today his main interests are focused on programming 6502/65C02-assembler for the Apple //e platform.