Try this experiment. With BASIC enabled, boot MyDOS. Load the PRC's R: handler (a handler known to be working, not necessarily with Ice-T). Then exit to BASIC and issue the command:
Let me know what you get.
(Oh, and thanks for your concern, but it's just half past midnight here.)
224, 34, which is $22E0 I think 8928 decimal.
This is my old PRC handler that worked for me. It comes on the PRC floppy and is termed 'the translator for hometerm users'. I've
always used it to install a PRC R: handler. It is called 'PRC.SYS', 1419 bytes, on the PRC floppy. There's also a 'RS232.SYS' small, 88 byte
to be autorun at boot time that is the basic R: / 850 R: handler.
Edited by russg, Sat Sep 28, 2013 4:58 PM.