Hi everyone. I recently picked up an Apple II Plus with the raised power switch, Apple IIe, and a couple UniDisk drives as the previous owner was going to throw them away. I don't know much about earlier Apple computers. Either way, I took them home to see if they worked.
While I don't have any diskettes to test the UniDisk drives, they did do the normal floppy seek. Both models power on and display as normal.
Apple II Plus gallery: [url=https://imgur.com/a/qOyWn]https://imgur.com/a/qOyWn[/url]
Apple IIe and UniDisk gallery: [url=https://imgur.com/a/Q8V3b]https://imgur.com/a/Q8V3b[/url]
The cards inside the IIe are a GraphiCard by Practical Peripherals rev 1.20, 64K expansion, and a disk controller. Pictures: [url=https://imgur.com/a/R1OCJ]https://imgur.com/a/R1OCJ[/url]
As for the II Plus, I'm not so sure. There's an interface card, but that's all I know. The first card has an EPROM on it with a switch, which toggles some software stored on it. However, it requires a disk to boot but I don't have it. The second card I have no idea. Then there's a Disk ][ Interface Card. Pictures: [url=https://imgur.com/a/ckyvV]https://imgur.com/a/ckyvV[/url]
Turning the II Plus on with the first expansion card brings you to a screen saying 'DICOMEDIA MICRO SYSTEMS', and resetting brings you to 'INSERT MICROMEDIA MASTER DISKETTE IN DRIVE 1 AND PRESS RETURN.' I, unfortunately, don't have the disk for it. Flipping the switch will make it boot up as normal. There's also a couple problems with the II Plus. The power light is broken, and looks crushed. And a couple of the keys don't work (4, 5, 8, Q, R, U, O, A, F, K, L, V, [,], an [.]. Is it possible to fix it?
What would everything be worth? I'm not really sure what these could go for and would like some help. Thank you!