Using ADTPro

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Using ADTPro

I don't understand something on the ADTPro thing. I know you can transfer the disks images and all that with it, but I am trying to do this with an Apple IIc and don't understand where I can get the correct serial cable for it. Where can I get one?

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Re: Using ADTPro

austinramsay wrote:
Where can I get one?

I sell them here. You can also build one yourself if you're handy with a soldering iron - The pinout is listed on the serial connections page of ADTPro. You want to make the one listed for the Laser 128 (DIN5, non-handshaking - not the Imagewriter I).

If your "modern" computer doesn't have a DE-9 connector (they're getting more and more rare) then you'll need a RS-232 to USB adapter as well. Folks have had good luck with brand names like Keyspan and Lindy.

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ooh. $$$expensive$$$ isn't it

ooh. $$$expensive$$$ isn't it. For the apple iic cable, $20. How much for shipping?

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Expensive? I did show you ho

Expensive? I did show you how to make yourself one for free. Convenience has a price, I guess. I'll send you a PM about shipping. This forum isn't really a place to do business.

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