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Apple II board Rev A serial number 14

Cleaning out the basement i came across an apple II board that has never been used. It was in the box with the original letter for the last 2 decades - purchased from a supplier in New York.

The back of the board has wires! (that is what revision meant in those days)

Here is a pic:
http://www.flickr.com/photos/gordnickerson/2148469725/in/set-72157606813680863/

Cleaning out the Apple II era stuff

Apple II list - UPDATED DECEMBER 28

GONE - Copy II plus, PROterms3, Chessmaster 2100, EPYX Games, Professional Tour Golf

Just found - original 5.25" floppy disks

Apple - scsi card utilities (3 copies)
Apple - exploring apple logo - pascal based (2 copies)
Apple - system utilities for 128k IIe and IIc
Apple - 5.25" drive service disk/diagnostic
Apple - presents appleworks (2 disks)
Apple - dos 3.3 system master (2 copies)
Apple - presents apple writer II
Apple - Access training disk
Apple - mousepaint (3 copies)
Apple - image writer tool kit
Apple - backup II
Apple - presents an introduction to the apple IIe
Apple - pascal profile manager - program
Apple - pascal profile manager - startup
Apple - dos prodos users disk
Merlin Assembler
Appleworks 4 (4 disks)
Q labs - superpatch (2 disks)
Mac trasfer - note manual is in the box
Zip chip utilties (2 copies)

New Manuals/Books

Allen Tucker - Apple Pascal Programming Guide
Kim Schuette - The book of Adventure games II
Appleworks 4 - Reference Manual
Arthur Aron - Using Appleworks (que)
Harold Abelson - Apple Logo
Charles Rubin - Appleworks (microsoft press!)
Elna Tymes - Mastering Appleworks (2 copies)
Apple IIc user's guide

the Most Classic Movies

Times fllies,but the most classic movies stay forever in the film world and people’s memory. The classic movies,no matter for their themes or their performing skills, all can be called first-class. It is really a enjoyment whenever you watch these movies. Now, I’d like to recommamd some classic movies to share with all the people who like movies and concern the film industry.

Mac Continuously Rebooting After Mac OS X 10.5.5 Update

Mac OS X 10.5.5 update has come up with the certain new improvements, which a Mac user will always want to have. This update is helpful in enhancing the operating system capabilities with respect to stability, security and compatibility. Certain application related problems have also been fixed.

Apple II Series

Over the years, I've amassed tons of Apple II stuff as well as several Old-World Mac's. Some of it I simply must get rid of due to space limitations. All of it I hope may be put to good use and kept from the landfills. All of it is for sale.

My first Apple I experience [Emulated] Part Deux

My first Apple I experience [Emulated] Part Deux

The Mac Files

My first Apple I experience [Emulated]

Thanks for the links

Thanks very much Steven (gsmcten)

The book has arrived.

I ripped open the packages...

Bill Gates

I literally just have no words to describe the level of insanity to best fill out (the quality of my repair process) survey form.
I am left in absolute amazement at the repair service I received for my child’s X-Box.
Did a cartoon repair the unit? Or was it just thrown down a flight of stairs. Maybe just running it through the dish washer or a cycle in the washing machine is all it needs?

I received the X-box back from repairs on 8/11/08 straight away set it up for my stepson to play when he came home from camp. Not only was there no video feed but the unit also proceeded to scratch up the halo 3 disc while make a noise. A noise that can only be described as grinding marbles and steel ball bearing in a blender but REALLY crunchy and LOUD. I was also blown away by being told I would not get a new halo 3 disc!

So in summery, and for the infinite places this will be posted (my students I teach will to see to that) 30% of which also got the so called “ring of death

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