RE: [midatlanticretro] Aug. 13 @ InfoAge
Sounds great. I'll bring a machine that can copy the 8" disks, at least
down to 5.25" if not onto other 8" disks. I also now have a booting copy o
LS-DOS for the model II, 12, 16, 6000 series. I am also working on getting
CPM for these machines. Any and all tools for this line of equipment would
be greatly appreciated.
What type of Hard Drives do you have for the model III and IV? They used the
same type of interface (essentially an extension of the z80 bus). These are
essentially WD1002-HDO cards in an external case that connects up to an
For an unmodified model 3 or 4 you will also need a boot floppy. I'll bring
the information (hopefully I will have time to photostat a copy for you),
and the needed materials (a couple of blank disks). You can also call me for
some tips on getting started. I can point you to some links on the web also.
One greatr site is www.trs-80.com. Another is www.tim-mann.org.
By the way, does anyone need 5.25" disks? I have oodles of NOS 5.25" DS/DD
and DS/HD. I would like to get my money back on them. Say $2 for 10 disks.
The DS/DD are packed in boxes of 10, the DS/HD are loose, but have sleeves
and lables. If anyone wants some let me know and I'll bring them to InfoAge.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: billdeg@... [mailto:billdeg@...]
> Sent: Saturday, July 09, 2005 10:14 AM
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> Subject: Re: [midatlanticretro] Aug. 13 @ InfoAge
> I will take an inventory of the model I/II/III/4/12/16 stuff
> I mentioned a
> few months ago, and send it to you.
> I have what I believe to be the cards that allow a person to
> upgrade a bus
> system to be 6800 XENIX-ready. I also have an extensive set
> of the XENIX disks
> and manuals, plus those diagnositc disks for the II/12/16 I
> told you about. I
> will send an inventory before the event and perhaps this will
> influence what
> you bring up. I will be happy to trade anything I have
> doubles of, or don't
> I also have a bunch of harddrives for the model 4, but I have
> not been able
> to get them to communicate with the computer. I could use a
> lesson in this
> In a message dated 7/8/2005 10:34:40 PM Eastern Standard Time,
> evan947@... writes:
> > Anybody going there with any tandy stuff to
> exchange/trade/repair? I know
> > these machines pretty well now.
> > Thanks,
> > Kelly
> Yahoo! Groups Links
- I have been able to download files to a PC and then use a cable to run
them on the Commodore as if the PC was drive 10, but I have had less
luck actually copying files from PC to a Commodore disk. I have not
played around with it too much however. I will see if I can come up
with something. I already have a copy of the Little Red Reader and if
I am successful copying to 1571 I will let you know.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Mike Loewen <mloewen@c...>
> I'm new to the Commodore 128 world, and I've discovered I need
> Red Reader to copy files on the 1571 from 5-1/4" MSDOS diskettes.Not
> having a serial interface, though, I have no way of getting LRR ontoa
> Commodore diskette. Does one of you guys have the resources to putLRR on
> a 5-1/4" Commodore formatted diskette for the 1571, and snail-mail itto
> Mike Loewen mloewen@c...
> Old Technology http://ripsaw.cac.psu.edu/~mloewen/Oldtech/