These are all my own dumps, generally made with an XGecu TL866II Plus or T56 EPROM burner.
“Old” models have a metallic silver/gold badge with black lettering that says “LASER 128 PERSONAL COMPUTER”. “New” models have a badge that says “/// LASER 128”, “/// LASER 128EX”, or “/// LASER 128EX/2”, with LASER in red.
Versions <= 3 are for old models. Versions >= 4 are for new models.
There may be some hardware variation even within the model lines. For example, a 4.5 ROM does not appear to work properly on my 6.0 system.
|Laser 128 “old” 2.9 (870203)||32KB||Laser128_2.9.bin||ab56da2efb6d76b8828ad887d7b1d7ee|
|Laser 128 “new” 4.2 (870917) 1||32KB||Laser128_4.2.bin||33a00a2c406657e6b6e3831c1f17f4b7|
|Laser 128 “new” 4.3 (871222)||32KB||Laser128_4.3.bin||c24583e008b13e2d18427fa01978072b|
|Laser 128EX 6.0 (890214)||32KB||Laser128_6.0.bin||bca4d7e5e310d28771b9a7adcd45d253|
|Laser 128EX/2 6.1 (891229) 1||32KB||Laser128_EX2_6.1.bin||6f5c9182a531a3e7dce2dbdcd37afb57|
This is an unknown Apple IIe clone. It operates virtually identically to a real IIe, aside from the tweaked copy of Apple’s ROM. It has a single 128Kbit CF ROM like the Platinum IIe, but came to me in an unenhanced state. It appears to take fine to an ad-hoc enhancement kit being installed.
|System ROM (CF)||16KB||iie_clone_main.bin||625915196fca3a9464c2386cdc16f065|
The RamFAST revision D actually has two ROMs, one for the Z/80 side (which is socketed), and one for the 6502 side (which is surface-mount).
|Z/80 ROM 2.01 (S/N 3425)||32KB||RamFast_SCSI_RevD_2.01_SN_3425.bin||a0eaee121636321c7547e4d250de51a6|
|Z/80 ROM 3.00 (S/N 1422)||32KB||RamFast_SCSI_RevD_3.00_SN_1422.bin||90cbabb6a9494d18834f0a6997de6adc|
|Z/80 ROM 3.00 (S/N 3721)||32KB||RamFast_SCSI_RevD_3.00_SN_3721.bin||4539debec1e56b4dbf6652915e3c2863|
|Z/80 ROM 3.01E||32KB||RamFast_SCSI_RevD_3.01E.bin||f38fb1fa7c606ed0f8da2dee9e95415d|
This card was sold to me as a Taiwanese clone 80 column card. It appears to be basically the same a Videx Videoterm, except that the composite cable is soldered directly to the board instead of there being a jumper header. The board layout is not quite 1:1 but it is close.
The first ROM is likely the slot ROM, like a real Videoterm. It doesn’t correspond to the only version I can find online (2.4) but I imagine it is just an earlier version. The second ROM is the standard character set, and the third ROM is some sort of line/box drawing character set. It doesn’t correspond to the version I see circulating online though there are similarities.
|ROM 1 (code)||1KB||Videx_Clone_ROM_1.bin||0390a96189ec4d8a5f7f355b9d1bf5f1|
|ROM 2 (main character set)||2KB||Videx_Clone_ROM_2.bin||4a86ea38cfa898829f92fc0866e8305c|
|ROM 3 (extended character set)||2KB||Videx_Clone_ROM_3.bin||46f1d65bc174e7621885c9fc9e0b4fa1|
This is the ROM from the “new” Apple ImageWriter II logic board (“new” being the one that supports the optical paper sensor). The chip is branded TEC, as is every single thing on the board. Specifically it reads “TEC 7247-A137 EC-A137 8706EB1 JAPAN © ‘85 Apple Computer, Inc.” The chip is at position IC11 on the board, and is soldered in place.
|New ImageWriter II ROM||32KB||ImageWriter2_new.bin||190ca4b91ada21d28f32379cf8bc5a7e|