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GEORAM 512 Low cost 512K RAM PACK now in stock




The new GEORAM 512 RAM Pack is now in stock. Simply plugs in your cartridge port and adds 512K RAM to your Commodore 64/128. Originally designed by Berkeley Softworks just for GEOS v2.0r, but later supported by lots of software releases.

Supplied boxed with cartridge & manual.

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  1. Hi despite my attempts to make it work there was no to positive I used as suggested a version geos (GEOS 2.0 R cenbe) But the device does not work, it is not compatible with 1764, I do not know what to do, can you tell me how to verify that the cartridge Work properly? (mgio69@hotmail.com)

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    1. Hi,

      Firstly this is NOT compatible with the Commodore 1764 or 1750 REUs, it will only work with GEOS (and a few other programs).

      We can supply a test program on a floppy disk or you can download to sd2iec from the web, the test program will test upto 16MB.

      If you are sure your have the R version then it should be easy to see the extra drive, extra memory.

      Hope this helps.
      Tim

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  2. Hi When will Georam be available again?

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