Card Slot Designations

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Card Slot Designations

In the apple IIc the most common apple cards have been built right into the motherboard. But...Which ones are where? If someone could give me a list of the kind of card, and what "slot" it is in, that's be great! I spsificly want to know about the SSC card in the apple IIc.

Also, are there tape ports on the Apple IIc?

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Mark Baldridge

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Apple //c port assignments . . .

Hi Mark,

I think the //c manuals tell specifically, but from memory, I can tell you that the two serial ports on the back of a //c represent two Super Serial Cards. Though each one has a graphic associated with it's probable use (a telephone modem, and a printer), each can have it's serial communications rates set differently. It should be noted that rebooting the computer resets the serial ports. The serial ports represent slots numbered 1 and 2.

Slot 6,d1 is the built in disk drive, S6,D2 is an external drive.

Slot 4 is the Mouse/Joystick port.

I might look at my manuals and report back in the next couple of days, but I strongly suggest that you use Google or Wikipedia for faster answers.

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Thanks! I bought a bare bones

Thanks! I bought a bare bones apple IIc on eBay. No disks, no powersupply, no manules. Okay I tryed google for this, and I couldn't find much anything.

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Look harder!

This should answer your questions...
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Apple_iic

Buried in the article is the answer about the cassette port, too... it's gone on the IIc.

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