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Old June 19th, 2017, 02:08 AM   #1

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Backing up Mitsubishi Q02

Hey guys!

Ive been asked to install a SRAM-card in said CPU. But since ive not had any training in Mitsubishi CPUs, im a bit confused on how to achieve this.

In GX IEC Developer, Download is set to Drive 0, Program memory. (Never changed).

* Should this be set to standard ROM instead now when the machine is

* How do I copy/transfer the program memory to the SRAM card?
(I have the program offline as well, but latches, stored values etc would be nice to keep)

Ive seen some DIP-switches on the CPU that is currently set to 0, but this is for loading from SRAM to the program memory?
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