[vcf-midatlantic] Stuff I'm looking for at VCF

Tony Bogan thebogans at mac.com
Wed Mar 29 12:16:07 EDT 2017

I hear you joseph. I prefer using the actual hardware from the given timeframe. I like the modern solutions to help me get the images from Internet to floppy media (or hard drives) and for quick access to a given title so I can test it on a certain machine and then transfer to floppy. I also love having all my diagnostic software handy in one place (even though I've got actual floppies of all of them anyway!)

I was actually responding to Ethan's email about wishing there was a ~$60ish cf or sd card for the IIgs.

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> On Mar 29, 2017, at 11:57 AM, Joseph Marlin via vcf-midatlantic <vcf-midatlantic at lists.vintagecomputerfederation.org> wrote:
> I actually already have a Floppy Emu banging around that I got for basically free a while back, and I have external floppy drives and ADT anyhow. Actually, I also have it set up to boot off of LocalTalk from one of my powermacs. I really just want a SCSI card so that I can have some permanent standalone storage that's also period-accurate and also literally just so I can play with synthlab-- I can install it on my AppleTalk share, but it turns out synthlab won't start up with AppleTalk active.
> Thanks for the suggestion, though!
>> If you want simple and inexpensive the sddisk][ form Plamen in Bulgaria hooks directly to the disk II controller card.

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