|Re: HP-41C and HP-41CX|
Message #2 Posted by Raymond Del Tondo on 4 May 2007, 9:47 p.m.,
in response to message #1 by JeffD
there are various differences between the C and the CX.
The Catalog function of the CX has been slightly changed,
so CAT 2 will display module headers only by default.
This way the user can get an overview of the installed ROMs,
and only view the details of the wanted ROM.
Please also check the CX manual about this feature.
I didn't check the M2K ROM in particular,
but defective Catalog displays are usually
an indicator of either a bad FAT,
or a special character in a function name.
The M2K ROM intercepts key sequences at specific occasions,
but Meindert should be able to tell you more about it;-)
About the zebra connectors:
There were different fashions of these connectors,
I know of at least three completely different constructions.
The pink rubber type ones may cause problems over time because they will shrink,
and the metall ring type connectors are sensible against corrosion.
Note that the CX halfnut doesn't have these connectors,
since the hardware layout is completely different to the non-halfnut calcs.