I'm brand new to old Apple computers and I was wondering about an Apple II I have just brought. When I startup without a disk it just says Apple II no cursor or anything according to the original manual. Do I need a DOS 3.3 disk to install or?
The quick version: It looks like ADTPro is sending correctly but the //c doesn't show any communication.
This concerns connecting to an Apple IIe using telnet and the default port 23. I have read that port 23 is not a good idea due to security issues.
But I suspect this is for connecting to modern computers, not an old Apple IIe which is not smart enough to respond to such tactics, is that true?
I’ve got a really humdinger of an Apple IIe for you guys to examine…
Open Apple is a podcast dedicated to the Apple II.
solder a jumper from pin 3 to pin 15 on the logic board for the upscaler.
I just got a Platinum IIe. I put my 5 1/4 I/O card in the IIe and both drives seem fine. I put my 3.5 Drive controller card (603-9107-A LIRON) in and attached my 3.5 drives (A9M0106) drives, first both daisy chained, then individually. At no time were any of the 3.5 drives accessed. I have the 3.5 card in slot 5 and the 5 1/4 card in slot 6.
I start machine, load disk, and get 'cannot find PRODOS' and it goes no further...
Hello, I'm attempting to resurrect an Apple IIe and I've hit a wall with the Duodisk.