Sadly one of the 32mb compact flash I use with Vulcan controllers died. The markings on the back were the same as a couple of CFs at MemoryTen so I ordered one of each.
The Vulcan controller wouldn’t see them when I first tried, so I tried formatting them on something else. Then the Vulcan controller recognized both and formatted them.
Having some issues...
Does a Ramworks III require parity ram? Is 80 nanosecond ram too fast?
Looks like the first 8 drams are marked p-15. The ram I'm trying to add is -08.
I can only get bank a & c recognized. Additionally, after trying to clean the card up, bank 8 got hot as hades!
Ram? Borked card? Any suggestions appreciated.
Im trying to figure out how I can put disk images into a hard drive (HD20) image. Is this possible? I want it to be so when I use System Software 6, I can click on the HD and have a list of games/programs.
I have Floppy Emu Model B.
Im presuming I can somehow open the HD in cider press, and insert the files in...
Thank you for any help!
Is it possible to be on a Windows 7/10 PC and telnet into my Apple II+ using Uthernet Card?
I guess it kind of defeats the purpose of experiencing the original flavor of 1980's Apple technology, but am curious if anyone has done this before.
Here you can download my programs in .dsk format
I have programmed this Apple ][ Calculator:
5 SPEED = 150
10 PRINT "APPLE ][ CALCULATOR 1.0 BY MATTEO TREVISAN"
30 PRINT "DO YOU WANT TO ADD,SUBTRACT,DIVIDE OR MULTIPLY":INPUT A$
40 IF A$ = "ADD" THEN GOTO 120
50 IF A$ = "SUBTRACT" THEN GOTO 170
60 IF A$ = "DIVIDE" THEN GOTO 220
70 IF A$ = "MULTIPLY" THEN GOTO 270
120 PRINT "TELL ME THE NUMBER TO ADD"
Can someone compare or take a look at this disk image and see if it's supposed to be this way or if it's corrupted? The problem is the helpscreens file, Copy II+ doesn't copy it correctly, and ciderpress says it's 12MB.
Is there a version history or changelog of ProDOS that describes all the changes between each version?
I just installed my new Videx Videoterm Card in my Apple II plus. Everything is working perfectly all right. I can reach the Raspberry PI with Kermit 65 very good.
Mostly I use on the Raspberry PI "Alpine" for my emails.
Here is the last problem:
The inverse letters are just white highlighted and not readable (on my IIe I can read them if I use Kermit 65).
This is the version of my SHALL WE PLAY A GAME, that was born in INTEGER BASIC for APPLE 1 revised for the APPLESOFT APPLE II.
20 INPUT "SHALL WE PLAY A GAME: ";F$
30 IF F$ = "YES" THEN 60
50 PRINT "OK BYE BYE"
60 INPUT "YOUR NUMBER: ";A
70 B = INT (99 * RND (1) + 1)
80 HTAB 15: PRINT "YOUR NUMBER IS:",A
90 HTAB 15: PRINT "COMPUTER NUMBER IS:",B