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MazeGen



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I have revisions 01 (1995), 14, 17, 19-23, 25-29, 31, 32, all US.

The revisions I could find online are:

01 - ftp://download.intel.com/design/pentium/manuals/ (bitRAKE found them, only Volume 2 and 3)
02 - ftp://download.intel.com/support/processors/pentiumii/sb/
20 - ftp://download.intel.com/support/processors/celeron/sb/
21 - ftp://download.intel.com/support/processors/pentium4/sb/

Up to revision 21 the revision number is appended to the file name (eg basic architecture is 25366521).


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Post 13 Dec 2010, 09:42
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baldr



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revolution,

I've uploaded those manuals to RapidShare linklist.
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baldr wrote:
I've uploaded those manuals to RapidShare linklist.
That rapidshare thingy wrote:
Your Browser is no longer supported. Please upgrade to a newer Webbrowser!
WTF! I have FF 3.6.13, how much newer do they want?

I am guessing it is the JS thing again? I can't use JS at the moment, it is blocked by my connection setup. I'll have to escape from here and get onto a standard public Internet connection before I can even have a chance of seeing where that link goes with JS enabled.
Post 13 Dec 2010, 15:33
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MazeGen



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revolution, tell your employer that he should enable JS and Flash Razz

Thanks for the link, baldr.
Post 13 Dec 2010, 15:40
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MazeGen wrote:
revolution, tell your employer that he should enable JS and Flash Razz
I would if I could, but I can't, so I won't. It is not as simple as it might seem. <grumble grumble>
Post 13 Dec 2010, 16:24
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revolution,

Probably we have problem here. I can start FTP/HTTP server for sharing, but EV-DO rev. 0 won't give anything but disappointment (in terms of uplink speed). That e-mail on web site is working? I can send them there (as a trial, I've shared them on Google Docs for that address Wink).
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baldr: Thanks for your efforts. It will be a couple of weeks before I can escape this network setup. There is no need to rush this though. Once I get back to a sane connection then I will have a chance to grab it. And if I can figure out the rapidshare upload than I presume I can put my stuff there also.

As for email ... erm which email are you thinking of? My "website" isn't actually mine, it is just one I find amusing. I am sorry if it mislead you. Embarassed
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These are maybe the 01 versions referred to?:
ftp://download.intel.com/design/pentium/manuals/

ftp://download.intel.com/support/processors/pentium4/sb/ 253669.pdf is actually 25366929.pdf (the set is missing the 21 version of this file).
Post 15 Dec 2010, 07:42
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MazeGen



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bitRAKE wrote:
These are maybe the 01 versions referred to?:
ftp://download.intel.com/design/pentium/manuals/
Good catch. 24319101.PDF seems to be revision 1 (dated 1995) of instruction reference I missed.

However, Pentium was released in 1993. I'd really like to have that time's manuals.
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252490-003 SSE3, Prescott New Instructions specific doc:
http://math-atlas.sourceforge.net/devel/assembly/sse3.pdf

253665-000 Version not specified:
http://math-atlas.sourceforge.net/devel/arch/ia32_arch.pdf
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Alphonso



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MazeGen wrote:
Good catch. 24319101.PDF seems to be revision 1 (dated 1995) of instruction reference I missed.



Huh, The ones I have as Ver 1, 243190-01, 243191-01 & 243192-01 are dated as 1997. ???

Also the first RDMSR with REX seems to be ver 15 dated April 2005. Is someone making a library and list so other members can help complete all versions 1-36? and will it be made available to FASM members?
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I'll be uploading collection of x86 specific docs to Box.net (free/stable storage for a couple years now). Happy to review another online service (Google Docs is not a option because of limit on my account). Paid services are also not an option for me - presently, more time than money.

Only the 25366* docs go to -036 versions. I'm not certain if/what versions were skipped by Intel to compensate for prior docs (24349*)? I'll continue my search online, and have yet to review my Intel doc CDs.

Using Sumatra PDF viewer.

Collection started:
http://www.box.net/shared/zjcr22yb3j

Box.net has a 25MB file limit which will prevent the upload of older scanned documents: 8086 - 80486. Back when Intel was on Bowers Ave in Santa Clara, CA. (Bowers is my last name, btw. Wink)
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What's the difference between US types and non US type? For instance for the non-US types from the Software Developer’s Manual Documentation Changes September 2010 I get
Code:
-001         November 2002
-002   December 2002
-003   February 2003
-004   June 2003
-005       September 200
-006   November 2003
-007   January 2004
-008    March 2004
-009      May 2004
-010        August 2004
-011     November 2004
-012   March 2005
-013      July 2005
-014       September 2005
-015  March 9, 2006
-016   March 27, 2006
-017  September 200
-018   October 2006
-019    March 2007
-020      May 2007
-021        November 2007
-022   August 2008
-023     March 2009
-024      June 2009
-025       September 2009
-026  December 2009
-027   March 2010
-028      June 2010
-029       September 2010    
but for June 2010 the US type shows -035. Are US versions early releases? Are you only interested in US versions?
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I'm not familiar with non-US versions, or their relation to US versions. So, it would be interesting to better understand Intel's document policy. My gut feeling is that US version numbers are just not in sync with non-US version numbers. I would imagine that public information become available to all persons working on documentation. Some documentation is not public. For example, BIOS specification manuals require NDA, afaik.
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The collection is slowly developing. Thinking on adding changes between version in comments on each file, and then move on to documenting errors in the latest versions. (Even posted a couple hard to get files: one internal confidential and one older BIOS writers guide.)

Should be space enough to collect the AMD docs and others - apps notes to Transmeta Crusoe, etc... hopefully all that stuff is still on backups here somewhere. Very Happy

Anyone can get involved - just poke me and I'll make sure you can edit.

Also, just realized documents can be viewed online - prolly requires JavaScript.
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bitRAKE wrote:
prolly requires JavaScript.
Confirmed.

Sadly, another site that sinks into the depressing depths of website shame and requires JS to do everything. Even a simple link cannot exist without JS. So very sad. cry
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Tomasz Grysztar



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I did search through my old PC stuff and I found this set of CDs containing the archive of Intel's site for developers from 1999. It contains the set of old manuals from 1999 (24319002.pdf, 24319102.pdf and 24512701.pdf), and lots of other interesting documents.
If anyone's interested in some of them, I can upload them somewhere, too.


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yes, me, I am interested !
(thank you very much Tomasz)

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