(Dal answered before I posted this)
No sync lines attached
Has a clock patch
Replaced some caps a few years back. I know th big cap was replaced, hard to find the same size.
Took a while, I've got a hard head.
Re-read the part on Natures site where to put the odd and even update driver files.
Then it hit me in the head. I was seeing two devices in LabTools, but not the correct chip number.
Fought that for most of the night until it came to me the CT isn't connected to the Xylinix programmer.
So, it must be the Videl chips showing up, abit the wrong IC number.
Went for the money and loaded V11 of the SV drivers even though the ID was incorrect.
Took a few resets to blow the crap out of the CT I guess, but boots every time to the SuperVidel.
I'd put the SV NVDI SYS files in, but didn't put the SV driver in the auto folder.
It would crash when trying to copy files.
Thought maybe the boot loader isn't working quite right, so flashed 1.03 from Willy's storage.
Works fine with the CT60.
Was using bootloader 1.03c, from Patrice Mandrin.
Put sv_xbios in the autofolder, boom, from TOS can select all the cool resolutions!
Took a wife break
So all is well under the GEM desktop.
Loading MiNT, there must be something I have set wrong. Every application is causing a memory violation error.
That is going to be something for tomorrow (that wife says)