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Booti

Looking to buy one or more Booti cards for the Apple II as seen here:  

https://ct6502.org/product/apple-ii-booti/ 

 

 

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These are hard to come by

These are hard to come by since Nox was released... Have you signed up for the email notification from Chris Torrence Site? I received an email a couple weeks ago that they were avaialble for sale again but the sale lasted only a few hours as they were quickly sold out agian.   I suspect he will release more as the demand seems to be very high for them right now.  And one was sold here recently also...

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Yes, I saw the one that was

Yes, I saw the one that was sold. I have signed up on the website but I and a friend never received emails - the reason I am here to see if I can get one.

 

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I have one that I bought on

I have one that I bought on the wait list. I advise signing up, then as soon as you get a notification that it is available, buy it. I own only one, so it is not for sale. 

 

I will be testing my Nox SuperDrive disk soon, and if all goes well, tney may include this in the package for users with a 1.44MB SuperDrive. All of the data seems to fit and should not require a HDD. You can also use a ReActive MicroDrive, or other solutions for large storage media. 

 

SCSI also works. 

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Today I decided to build out

Today I decided to build out some NOX floppies and made the 4 x double sided disks for the game.  It does a lot of disk flipping in the beginning even with 2 drives so I definitely can appreciate using a boot flash drive to run the game if you have one. But definitely also nice to run it on real hardware with a Phasor Card even if I have to load it via floppies...

 

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