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-ZZMon is the monitor program for Z280RC. In normal mode of operation it is stored in track 0 sector 0xF8-0xFF of the compact flash card. When power is initially applied, the cold bootstrap code which is stored in the bootsector of the compact flash card will copy the ZZMon from its location in CF to memory (0xB400-0xBFFF) and transfer control to ZZMon. When a new CF disk is first installed in the Z280RC, remove the boot mode jumper will enable the UART Bootstrap where ZZMon can be loaded serially at 115200 baud, odd parity, 1 stop bit and no handshakes. When loaded serially this way, ZZMon can initialize the new CF disk with cold bootstrap code in the bootsector and copy ZZMon into track 0, sector 0xF8-0xFF. With boot mode jumper installed, the initialized CF can operate in the normal mode.+ZZMon is the monitor program for Z280RC. In normal mode of operation it is stored in track 0 sector 0xF8-0xFF of the compact flash card. When power is initially applied, the cold bootstrap code which is stored in the bootsector of the compact flash card will copy the ZZMon from its location in CF to memory (0xB200-0xBFFF) and transfer control to ZZMon. When a new CF disk is first installed in the Z280RC, remove the boot mode jumper will enable the UART Bootstrap where ZZMon can be loaded serially at 115200 baud, odd parity, 1 stop bit and no handshakes. When loaded serially this way, ZZMon can initialize the new CF disk with cold bootstrap code in the bootsector and copy ZZMon into track 0, sector 0xF8-0xFF. With boot mode jumper installed, the initialized CF can operate in the normal mode.
  
 ===== ZZMon commands ===== ===== ZZMon commands =====
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