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  1. Hello guys After drooling over AtariMax's "SIO2PC Universal USB DUAL SIO Jacks", I finally bought one a couple of month ago. Without noticing that AtariMax doesn't seem to have Mac software available. So now the question is: How do I get this to work on the iMac (running High Sierra public beta 2)? Sincerely Mathy
  2. I seem to be having a little trouble with my Premium Softcard //e. I've got it plugged into the Aux. slot on my //e Platinum (for some reason my regular //e is being a horse's ass about both of my I/O Controllers for the DuoDisk I'm using, so I just went to the Platinum...it might not like standard Disk ][ controllers either but I haven't tested that far yet), and I've got the Premium Softcard //e CP/M 2.26 master disk, which the card requires--I don't think any other version of CP/M works with it (good move, Microsoft...). So my setup is: Apple //e Platinum Aux Slot = Premium Softcard //e Slot 6 = I/O Controller (5.25 Drive Controller Card) --> DuoDisk unit (All other slots empty) I tested this setup with standard DOS disks with normal results. So far, so good. Then I tried booting CP/M 2.26 (again, the proprietary master disk for this card) from the copy I made with my CFFA3000, and also from the CFFA3000 itself. Either way, it starts to boot, but just stops at a blank screen before anything comes up. If I put the I/O card in another slot, I at least get a message "Must boot from Slot 6." The LED on the card does not light up at any point. Possible issues I can come up with: -Dead card -Bad disk image -Premium Softcard //e incompatible with //e Platinum system -CP/M boot disk requires a Disk ][ controller and doesn't play nice with the Uni/DuoDisk I/O controller for some reason Any troubleshooting tips before I starting digging out all my parts, Frankensteining things around, and making a 10-ton mess of my computer room? Or, rephrasing that, is there a way to test the card without the CP/M software, say, from Applesoft or DOS?
  3. From the album: Computing in Modern Times

    It Lives! As you can see it has Mac OS installed. This unit is a Lisa 2/10 with a working hard drive.

    © Murdock Scott

  4. Nox Archaist is a new role playing game in development by 6502 Workshop exclusively for the Apple II platform and emulators, with floppy and hard disk support. We are excited to announce the first in a series of mini stories using the Nox Archaist engine to demo the newest features in the game. The Nox Archaist story line is still under development. Any names or characters used in these mini stories are not intended to depict real or imagined NPCs, events, or bovines in the actual game. Any similarities are coincidental. ----Nox Archaist S1E1: Shattered Sword---- In this episode our hero travels to town and faces an epic struggle to get his sword repaired after breaking it over an ogre's head. http://www.6502workshop.com/2016/11/nox-archaist-s1e1-shattered-sword.html New game play elements to look for in this video include: *Conversation with NPCs *NPCs moving between locations on the map based on their daily schedule *New interactive tiles ----About Nox Archaist---- Nox Archaist, by 6502 Workshop, is a 2D tile based fantasy RPG with a classic Apple II look and feel. Our mission is to develop a modern evolution of the Apple II RPG genre, while exploring how gameplay might have advanced in tile-based RPGs if large scale development had continued on the Apple II platform after the 1980s. http://www.noxarchaist.com
  5. All remaining items for sale are at eBay under eBay Seller: nolakl.
  6. From the album: Computing in Modern Times

    Trying to use natural light, May do some more with studio lighting.

    © Murdock Scott

  7. From the album: Computing in Modern Times

    Took my Lisa down to take some footage of it... still looking nice.

    © Murdock Scott

  8. From the album: Animated gif

    Old Apple color logo in neon animated art, good for phone or pad animated desktop.

    © unknown

  9. New LOT o' Stuff... Update: unearthed more boxes revealing a few similarly sized Performa desktops with internal CD 👍 Stay tuned for photos and details on them. They are thicker so therefore heavier. Probably won't fit in the same box as the shorter ones. Today we're going back to the halcyon days of Apple I have more than one of many of these; All-one-computers: (Black & White built in monitors) Mac Plus Mac SE Mac Classic Pics of the Mac Classic Booting like its 1990 😁 This thing is 16.1 pounds without keyboard or mouse I found a snug box from Amazon that is 14x12.5x9.5 I think snug is better for this . One layer of bubble wrap and a piece of thick foam over the screen should do nicely Keyboard, mouse & whatever I figure out for networking will fit in a separate box This may be a situation where you need a floppy drive that can read and write Mac floppies. I need to research that end of it Small form factor desktops in color output with CD-ROM Capability, internal hard drives with OS7xx or OS8xx: LC (II & III I think) Quadra Performa (various, some with internal CD & Floppy) These small form factor Macs can be shipped in a Regional Rate Type C box For between $8.75 to $18.75 depending on where in the US you are They require monitor adaptors of which I have a few to dole out with these Packages as well as special networking hardware dongles. Some of these have Ethernet . First come, first serve on those. I've posted screen shots of specs for these Macs here Software: 27 (possibly more) "Mac Addict" magazine CD-ROMs These are full of free utils, apps and games along with other stuff Official KINKO's Computer Department Software Install Disks These are the official disks all Technolog Managers (of which I was one) used to do a clean install on our Power Macs that we rented out. Full Adobe, Office & ofher apps for mod to late 90s OS9xx Power Macs Don't ask questions yet until I have a chance to research, test & update. More photos & details will come at any time so if you want to be first In line, subscribe to this thread Photos from last LOT are here in case anyone wants to buy stuff from HyperBoy until he can make his own thread . PM him for details. He will have this stuff in a couple days as it is packed and labeled, & out for pickup from USPS
  10. Getting tired of everything being sold as fixed price on eBay. Prices are just made up by sellers. Pricing trends are dictated by greed and stupidity. Few sellers know enough to price marketably. So here are some auctions. Pretty random vintage computing and modern gaming stuff. Shipping included (which in part dictates the starting bid). Get some deals. https://www.ebay.com/sch/ianoid/m.html?_ipg=200&_sop=10&_rdc=1
  11. UPDATE (7/26/2012): This has been shuffled off to FeeBay with a $120 starting price, 3-day auction. Listing. I have up for sale one 32-gig iPod Touch, 3rd Generation in very good condition. Comes in original packaging (looks darned near NIB) and includes a BRAND NEW ZAGG Invisible Shield! This iPod has served me well over the last couple of years. It has been carefully guarded with a ZAGG Invisible Shield throughout its lifetime, but has suffered a few light bruises along the way. Among the deformities are a larger 2-3mm scratch across the "iPod" impress, two < 1mm scratches on the back, and two surface dings. You can see these in the attached photos. Other than that, the back is shiny and retains its factory polish quite nicely. The front is relatively scratch-free, though dust-based scratches underneath the Shield have lightly dulled the screen. These disclaimers stated, the iPod is in very good condition and will save you a few bucks over going new or refurbed. ZAGG Shield: I received a lifetime guarantee on the Shield, and as such I've requested a replacement which was recently sent to me. You'll receive the brand new Shield, but you forfeit the lifetime guarantee (as per ZAGG's policy). Not included: earphones. I assume you do not want my dirty, used earphones, but if you absolutely need them, let me know. Battery life: Obviously, this has diminished over the years, but I was very good about depleting the charge, and cycling it to 100%. I'm a believer in cycling the battery life for maximum life expectancy. After specking out prices for the 3rd Gen model, I feel that letting it go for $150 would be fair. I want to save myself the hassle of FeeBay, etc.
  12. Since I pulled it back out to check on it, I wonder what all I can play on my Macintosh Plus 1MB? I got this boxed system years back and due to the lack of software, haven't done anything with it besides make sure it's still alive. It is a straight 1 Meg system with an extra, external disk drive and the system diskettes that came with it. There are diskettes and a reference manual for a Hypercard, but that's about all I know about it. Would really like to do a little more with it since it works so well. Cracking open a Mac is not for me (done it before on Mac Classics that always seem to die), so want to just keep it as is.
  13. From the album: Computing in Modern Times

    It did not boot up this time... I was a bit freaked out.

    © Murdock Scott

  14. From the album: Computing in Modern Times

    Random macro shot

    © Murdock Scott

  15. New Game recommendations for your Apple & Android tablet & touch devices. Games Shown: Asphalt 8 Airborne Sine Mora Shadowrun Returns Rise to Fame CSR Classics Mikey Hooks Device 6 House of the Dead Overkill Is anybody picking up the new iPads that launched today? My wife is getting the new iPad Air for work...
  16. I want one and I'm in PDX. Cash? Trade? If you have one, PM me and we can sort out details. Needs to be working nicely. Doesn't need to be particularly cosmetic.
  17. Hi Got a few items that I've put on ebay, but as they're not advertised with international shipping, you can PM me here direct if interested. hardware currently in good working order, but (due to age) no guarantees as to future reliability ■ THREE of these five XENs are available - serious offers only please ■ TWO hard to find program recorders ■ Broderbund Apple Science Kit (it's a "review copy") ■ collection of books - available as singles or complete. Note: these are in the UK and shipping will likely be: 65XEN - £25 (USA), £18 (Europe) £10 (UK) Program Recorder - £15 (USA), £10 (Europe), £7 (UK) Book or Science Kit - £10 (USA), £7 (Europe), £5 (UK) please make offers via PM obviously multiples will be cheaper, all post insured/tracked, paypal gift only
  18. Eight games you should be playing on your iPhone or iPad reviewed by MetalJesusRocks Games Shown: Modern Combat 5: Blackout Devil’s Attorney Traps & Gemstones Steve Jackson's Sorcery! Smash Hit Goblin Sword Lyne Puzzle to the Center of the Earth What have you been playing on your smartphone or tablet?
  19. From the album: Computing in Modern Times

    This is kind of a nice friendly Lisa shot. It Looks small due to the way I am shooting it. Heh, it sure didn't FEEL small lifting it off that high shelf.

    © Murdock Scott

  20. Hello, I've always been interested in old Mac computers ever since I saw some at my school back in the late '90s/early '00s. I bought a Powerbook 100 some time ago, but didn't have good luck with it, but I want to try again with another Mac. I'm excluding the black and white models because I think the color display Macs have more software and I think I'll stick to the laptop lines for now. Basically, I'll use it for messing around: gaming, creative software along the lines of photoshop, that sort of thing. I don't have any specific software or specs in mind, except for color display and ability to use both floppy and CD (doesn't have to be at the same time, floppy/cd can be separate units). For OS, I'm thinking OS 7-9 since X seems too modern for what I'm picturing and 6 and older is black and white era. Is it a good idea to buy a '90s Mac or should I look elsewhere for my old computer fix? The only old computers I've owned have been PCs. Thanks in advance.
  21. Hello, For years I've always wanted to own an old Apple computer and last month I finally bought one for $25 at the local flea market complete with batteries (which were dead), power supply (tip was cracked), manual, carrying case, floppy drive and floppies (1 OS, 1 system tools, 1 Microsoft Excel). The computer is in nice cosmetic condition, but it has a couple of problems: 1) It doesn't recognize the hard drive 2) It makes this weird buzzing sound on start up before the boot up music starts. I opened it up and didn't see anything wrong on the motherboard (no busted caps, all cables were connected). I didn't open up the monitor. Anyway, the computer doesn't boot to the OS anymore. It did boot to it from the included OS disk, but now it won't even do that. It just gives me an image of a monitor with a question mark. Oh well, I've been dealing with used hardware for years and know that sometimes you buy something that ends up not working. Nothing new to me. At least I got to experience old Mac OS 6 and I quite liked it. The trackball mouse was different, but I liked that too. It came with a sticker sheet that had unused stickers featuring the old, and in my opinion better, Apple logo, so I guess it's not all bad. Still, I wished the Powerbook actually worked. It's now the oldest computer I own. Thanks for taking the time to read this.
  22. Complete with a comparison chart of Amiga, Macintosh, Atari, and PC: https://archive.org/stream/Io198512/IO_198512#page/n325/mode/2up
  23. Hi, I would like to introduce Retro Computer System, a comprehensive collection of retro computer emulators, for Raspberry Pi 2 or Pi 3 with huge number of software titles. Indiegogo campaign starts next week, more info and video reviews here: https://www.indiegogo.com/project/coming_soon/preview/ad330d08 (Amiga) (Commodore C64, Commodore Plus 4, Tandy Color Computer, Dragon 32, Macintosh) (Amstrad CPC, Apple II, Atari 8-bit, Atari ST, BBC Micro) (TRS-80, ZX Spectrum, ZX 81) (Acorn Atom, Acorn Electron) RCS currently supports about 80 different home computers from mid 70's up to early 90's. Here's a complete list of supported models: Acorn: Atom, Electron, BBC B, BBC B+, BBC Master Amiga: All official models Amstrad CPC: 464, 664, 6128, PC 1512 Apple: Apple II, Macintosh, Macintosh II Atari 8bit: 400, 800, 600XL, 800XL, 1200XL, 65XE, 130XE Atari ST: ST, STe, TT, Falcon Commodore: C64 (with ReSID), C128, C16, Plus4, VIC-20, PET Tandy: Color Computer, TRS-80 Dragon Data: Dragon 32/64 ASCII: MSX 1, MSX 2 Oric: Oric 1, Atmos, Pravetz IBM: PC, PCjr, XT, AT, 286, 386, 486 Miles Gordon: Sam Coupe Texas Instrumets: TI-99/4A Sinclair: ZX Spectrum 48k, 128k, +2, +3, +2A, ZX 81, ZX 80 and variuos clones Others: Jupiter Ace, Aquarius, Galaksija, Orion, Orao, Lynx, Lola 8A, Pecom 64, Sharp MZ-700 Stay tuned!
  24. eBay Auction -- Item Number: 123060962744 BASIC Programming Reference Manual (A2L0006, 030-0013-03) Apple ][ Reference Manual (w/Addendum, A2L0001A, 030-0004-01) Apple II System Disk User's Guide (w/disks, 030-1484-B) DUODISK Owner's Manual (A2L0080, 030-0715-A) Apple IIe Owner's Manual (A2L2076, 030-1346-A) ImageWriter II Owner's Manual (030-2002-C) Extended 80-Column Text Card Supplement (A2L2007, 030-1202-A) Apple II SuperSerial Card User's Manual (030-1258-C) A Touch of Applesoft BASIC (A2L2077, 030-1318-B) 80 Column Text Card Manual (A2L2006, 030-1200-A) Accepting offers. BIN listings can run longer and conclude more quickly. SOLD. THANKS!
  25. The pippin and apple TV aside, why hasn't Apple made a full fledges attempt at launching a dedicated gaming console? They could cater to casual gamers with versions of popular Apps from the APP store, as well as hardcore gamers with games from the App store as well as new content. They are a bigger company than Sony, Nintendo, and Microsoft, with a ton of money to dump into R&D and marketing. It would probably be a generation or two before they were profitable, but with such a big industry that isn't going away, i'm surprised they haven't jumped in. Why do you think apple hasn't bothered with a gaming console in the modern era?
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