Commodore 64 Chipset
U1 – 6526 CIA chip – controls most of the I/O processes and contains as well the internal timer
U2 – 6526 CIA chip – controls most of the I/O processes and contains as well the internal timer
U3 – ROM (BASIC)
U4 – The Kernal
U5 – ROM Character
U6 – SRAM (Static RAM)
U7 – 6510 Processor
U8 – Logic
U9 – U12 – RAM
U13 – U14 – Multiplexor
U15 – Demuliplexor
U16 – Quad Bilateral Switch
U17 – PLA (Programmable Logic Array)
U18 – SID (Sound Interface Device)
U19 – VIC-II – Generates the Y/C video Signals
U20 – Dual Timer
U21 – U24 – RAM
U25 – U26 – Multiplexor
U27 – Logic
U28 – Quad Bilateral Switch
U29 – Logic NOR
U30 – Binary Counter
U31 – Oscillator
U32 – Logic
A great link with more information is https://www.c64-wiki.com/wiki/Motherboard
The Everything Book for Commodore 64 & 128
Catalog from SUMMER 1988
Battle Chess by Interplay used a manual look up for it’s copy protection.
This is the screen to enter the code from the manual. If you get the codes incorrect you goto a screen of the game board with no player pieces.
Here is the Off Disk Copy Protection sheet: Battle_Chess.txt
These are reference charts to trouble shoot your Commodore C-64 and 1541.
I have version Reference #4 and Reference #6
Reference Aid 4 Blue PDF DOWNLOAD
Reference Aid 6 PDF DOWNLOAD
Grave Yard is a different kind of football game.
For the disk copy protection you are asked for a STAT out of the manual.
Click HERE for a Text file of the STATS you need – Grave Yardage
Commodore 64 Cartridge Port Repair.
My main C64 would NOT play a number of cartridges, especially Atarisoft cartridges like Centipede, Dig-Dug, Robotron and Pac-Man. So I filmed the process of replacing the port. Hope the video can help someone else with cartridge problems.