Do you mean, a burner that a m100 can operate? Or a burner that can burn
the types of chips that you would use in a m100?
I suggest a TL-866 because it supports 27C256 (everything else in the world
does also), connects by usb, powered by usb, and the software to run it is
easy to use, and there is fully open source software to run it too.
But a m100 can't run it since it's connected by usb.
You'll also need to make an adapter for both the main rom and the option
rom to connect a standard 27C256 to the non-standard pinout sockets.
On Fri, Feb 9, 2018 at 9:50 PM, Darryl Pruett <dpruet...@gmail.com> wrote:
> What’s the best burner for model Ts ?