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I have a question for people running CF7’s or Nano-PEB’s… Do any of you have a REAL-TIME CLOCK installed in your systems? Does one even exist? If not… one of those “clocks-on-a-chip” could be mounted on a small PCB with a chip containing the DSR software and support circuitry, it could then be easily be soldered onto the speech synthesizer circuit board and reside within the same case! Since the speech synthesizer has that little door, it would also give easy access to a battery holder mounted right underneath. This is an option I WOULD BUY! For some Uber programmers, this code would be childs play. If it could be compatible with say, the old CorComp Clock, people would be able to have full functionality in old very useful programs like “Remind-Me!”, use the “Super Clock Support utilities” or even new stuff that could be released in the future. Does this type of thing interest any of you NANO-PEB or CF7 users? P.S. -- One question added later... It's been 24 years now, so my memory is foggy, but didn't the BOOT MENU program also make use of the Real-Time Clock feature of the CorComp card?
I'm curious, would it be physically possible (for those technically inclined & capable) to remove the chip on the Nano-PEB that contains the data instruction set for file/data storage, copy the code, add a 'few' additional lines of instructions and then reprogram a new chip? With 1 gig of storage available on the CF card, it would be really cool if half of it could be dedicated as a 'virtual hard drive". One would never have to swap volumes again! If one had to lose DSK3 or even both DSK2. & DSK3.. to accommodate a virtual HDX1, I think people who chose to go this route could live with that. I was reading awhile back where one guys database is reaching it's maximum limit, this could be the solution to his problem as well.