- The following text is ROT-13 encrypted in the CD32's boot ROM:
BRAIN: Jeff Porter
James Barkley Jr Chris Coley
Dave Brumbaugh Hedley Davis
Peter Cherna Dante Fabrizio
Chris Green Ed Gunther
Darren Greenwald Bill Richard
Allan Havemose George Robbins
Randell Jesup Chips
David N. Junod Bob Raible
Spencer Shanson Bill Thomas
Martin Taillefer Mechanical Design
Artwork: Herb Mosteller
Jerry Hartzler Chuck Wooters
... And Many More ...
!... Hi Lori ...!
!... Hi Justin ...!
Hi Mum. Did the bells fall off?
Theresa, remember March 5th, 1993, the
day we got Engaged? I promise to love
you forever! - Your Michael (Michi)
The day we met was the begining of
the happiest time of my life. It is
with love and humility that I thank
you for being you.
Good Luck, Dave and Kathy 05/08/93
Adam, Adam, Adam... You're the Best!!!
You call yourself a KING ???
Always remember our lucky 13th!
Hugs & Kisses
from your Dad!
Thus spoke the Master Ninjei: "If your
application does not run correctly, do
not blame the operating system!"
This space for sale
Go to the Preferences screen, select a language, then push the up/down arrows according to the pattern of text on the remote control. This Easter Egg changes the language choices to the people responsible for the CD32.
The opposite sequence to the details above show the newer people responsible for the CD32 besides the CDTV.
- Peter Cherna notes that: "The Locale screen consisted of a language selector and a spinning globe, overlaid over a grid of flags. The concept was that the flag of the selected language should be animated and waving. The designer of this screen made sure that the flags corresponding to the selectable languages were fully visible. Several other flags are partially obscured by the language selector and the globe, and do not wave. I myself spent a bunch of time cleaning up the flags to look better and more accurate. By complete coincidence, the only completely-visible flag that was not used for a language was the Canadian flag. So the two Canadians on the team (Martin and myself) arranged it so that if you accessed the secret messages, then selected either English or French, that the Canadian flag would wave, in place of the US, British, or French flags."
- Chris Young notes that Workbench 3.0 was supplied on CD-ROM for the SX32 by Eyetech Group Ltd.
- Ronald van Dijk notes that a Workbench 3.0 CD-ROM has been—and still is—being sold by Vesalia. This CD contains files from the original Workbench 3.0 disk and some additional files for the CD32. In total, the CD contains 1MB of data, and does not appear to have been officially released by Commodore or Amiga Inc., but by an unknown German company.
- Jan Erik Olausen notes that a friend owns a CD32 with ROM version 40.60. The output is posted below:
ROM Version = 3.1 $0028003C (40.60)
DoIO = $00F80906
CBump = $00F824EE
TrackIO = $00FC529E
Interrupt 1 = $00F8116C
Interrupt 2 = $00F811C4
Interrupt 3 = $00F81204
Interrupt 4 = $00F8125C
Interrupt 5 = $00F812FC
Interrupt 6 = $00F81346
Interrupt 7 = $00F832AA
- Olaf Barthel notes: "as far as I know today, V40.60 was used in the CD32. It was the only operating system version that ever shipped with the CD32, there were no further updates to it." He does note however, that this information was difficult to verify.
- The CD32 did not come with Workbench 3.1 on CD-ROM. Thomas Kessler and Ross Vumbaca confirm that their CD32 units did not come with a Workbench CD-ROM; only with games and demo CD's.
- ROM PN: 391640-02 (v40.56), 391640-03 (v40.60)