I just obtained a ROM3 IIgs with 2M of total RAM. Included were 2 3.5" drives and a 5.25" drive (I believe I will need a separate controller for the latter). The 3.5" drives are A9M0106s, as I believe were standard with the IIgs.
Another Proto Board PCB for Apple II
Besides my Apple II's I also dabble in the C64 computers.
By "Dabble" I mean that I have a couple but have yet to use them. lol
Looking at a majority of the early C64 software, it all seems to be on ROM chips placed in a cartridge.
I was thinking:
[b]Would it be possible to place software on EPROMS and use the Integer ROM Card from an Apple II/II Plus
I'll be exhibiting there, who else is going to be there? (in any capacity)
I don't know how many of you are familiar with the XTIDE project driven by the Vintage Computer forum community. It's basically an interface to connect modern hard disks to 8-bit ISA. They've actually managed to push the price of the card and components pretty low, taken that you assemble it by yourself.
Since this is my first post I would like to introduce myself and say hi to all the forum members.
I'm beginning to reach new locations on my journey through the history of Apple II music.
Vintage Micro Music on Youtube
It's just totally unheard of that an Ebay seller would actually LIE to drive up the price for a computer system with a top description "WORKS" in the title.
I won this system and received it yesterday.
and here are the photo's of the motherboard.
Landed this a few weeks ago from Bob. Looked to be an engineering unit; the part number of the motherboard is 610-0207, released motherboards are 611-0106.