[vcf-midatlantic] Correction -- Semi-OT: Annual post: what tech did ya get?
mayhemmby at gmail.com
Sat Dec 30 19:47:42 EST 2017
I got 1MB Chip RAM for my Amiga 3000 UX, also found 8MB fast RAM I had
bought for it a while ago but never installed. Checked the machine out and
found that 4MB that was installed were 80ns instead of 70ns Static Mode
RAM. So I replaced all that and now have 12MB 70ns Static Mode RAM in my
3000. Soon to have the full 2MB chip RAM installed.
New expansion card rails since one was missing form the machine and one is
so old and worn that it wont stay in.
The second volume of the Commodore book by Bagnall, The Amiga Years.
Brand new The Dream of Rowan game from Amiten for the Amiga
On Wed, Dec 27, 2017 at 3:22 PM, Richard Cini via vcf-midatlantic <
vcf-midatlantic at lists.vintagecomputerfederation.org> wrote:
> I got several Model 100 machines in various states of (dis)repair to work
> on and test the WAV tape images I made.
> Also got a line on a Morrow DMA hard drive card for my Gazelle.
> On the gaming front, an Atari Flashback Portable. This is pretty cool
> because you can also load an SD card with ROM images.
> Rich Cini
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> vintagecomputerfederation.org> on behalf of Herb Johnson via
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> Sent: Wednesday, December 27, 2017 3:12:10 PM
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> Cc: Herb Johnson
> Subject: [vcf-midatlantic] Correction -- Semi-OT: Annual post: what tech
> did ya get?
> a Pro-Log model 980 EPROM programmer, with multi-PROM adapter. The
> unit's software is not working. But the value of the 4040 processor,
> several hex-digit numeric display, keyboard and other parts made the
> purchase worthwhile. And, I may get it running! Anyone with a Pro-Log
> 980, please contact me. (no Web page yet on this item.)
> Also obtained: a pre-microprocessor "micro"controller with core memory.
> It played a small part in MINIcomputer to microprocessor development.
> This is what microcomputers looked like, before microprocessors.
> Herbert R. Johnson, New Jersey in the USA
> http://www.retrotechnology.com OR .net
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