OK, maybe not, but this was weird.
I got my //e set back up and decided to ADT (yes, I am using that as a verb) some of the original disks that came with it...
So I put Inside Story on a floppy and ran that.
Then I went for "An introduction to your Apple //e."
Firstly, several of the ones on Asimov labeled as that are actually the Inside Story. ;-)
But after using AppleWin to find the real ones, I copied it..
And it didn't run.... ;-(
It booted, and looked like it might, but just a black screen.
Tried in AppleWin, worked. Real //e, nope. Tried the one in Asimov called Intro (1986) which looks to be for the Apple ][, not //e according to what it says when it runs in Applewin, but tried it anyway.
Runs in AppleWin, not on my //e. Hmmm...
So I am thinking, maybe my Ramworks II is conflicting???
I open the case and pull the Ramworks II, and then I see the Grappler... Never used it. Probably won't. So I pull that too.
Reboot, and Intro (1986) works!!!
OK, so I put the Ramworks back in...
And the Intro still works... Then I rewrote the real //e introduction and that one still works.
So, I haven't put the Grappler back in...
But ... Is it possible/likely that the Grappler would have caused that type of a problem?
I suppose it could have been me just needing to unplug and replug in my Ramworks, but I did yesterday run the RAM test that is on the Apple Disk server yesterday and everything passed.
Just weird... ;-)