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Re: [midatlanticretro] Paging Rich Cini - bringing your IMSAI?

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  • billdeg@aol.com
    In a message dated 4/9/2005 8:25:03 AM Eastern Standard Time, rcini@msn.com ... PC) ... working ... Plus, ... trip
    Message 1 of 6 , Apr 9, 2005
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      In a message dated 4/9/2005 8:25:03 AM Eastern Standard Time, rcini@...
      writes:

      > Bill:
      >
      > My first computer when I was young was a Commodore (then a Mac, then a
      PC)
      >
      > so direct experience with the S100's is limited. I have a complete,
      working
      > (last time I used) Northstar Horizon system that I tried to restore but I
      > wound up sending it to a friend in Rochester for him to fix. Good thing,
      > too. There were so many problems with it it would have taken me months to
      > swat them down. The guy I got it from made some modifications to it that
      > were not documented and generally prevented it from working properly.
      Plus,
      > for whatever reason, he didn't send me a working memory card. It was a
      trip
      > getting it working.
      >
      > Rich
    • billdeg@aol.com
      My IMSAI is kind of like that...lots of extra undocumented card wiring. I am probably going to need some help as well. What I would really like is a good
      Message 2 of 6 , Apr 9, 2005
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        My IMSAI is kind of like that...lots of extra undocumented card wiring. I am
        probably going to need some help as well. What I would really like is a good
        lesson on these things to get me started.
        Bill

        In a message dated 4/9/2005 8:25:03 AM Eastern Standard Time, rcini@...
        writes:

        > Bill:
        >
        > My first computer when I was young was a Commodore (then a Mac, then a
        PC)
        >
        > so direct experience with the S100's is limited. I have a complete,
        working
        > (last time I used) Northstar Horizon system that I tried to restore but I
        > wound up sending it to a friend in Rochester for him to fix. Good thing,
        > too. There were so many problems with it it would have taken me months to
        > swat them down. The guy I got it from made some modifications to it that
        > were not documented and generally prevented it from working properly.
        Plus,
        > for whatever reason, he didn't send me a working memory card. It was a
        trip
        > getting it working.
        >
        > Rich
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