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    Since it clearly states a problem with the cache...

    Since it clearly states a problem with the cache and the cache is part of the CPU, I don't think anything else could cause this.
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    No idea, maybe the CPU is even worse now. I guess...

    No idea, maybe the CPU is even worse now. I guess you don't have a spare CPU you could just test?
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    Cache is bad, replace the CPU.

    Cache is bad, replace the CPU.
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    You wrote that you are looking for a flash-based...

    You wrote that you are looking for a flash-based hard disk solution, and this gives you one which is CF card-based. You also get a second hot-swappable CF card slot for easy file transfer. Moreover,...
  5. Wouldn't you need to know for which computer...

    Wouldn't you need to know for which computer these are for in order to convert them to binary? But if he knew that, this thread wouldn't exist.
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    Get an ACA500plus from Individual Computers....

    Get an ACA500plus from Individual Computers. Really, that's the best and most user-friendly piece of hardware you can add to an A500.
  7. Actually, no. The result of conflicting resources...

    Actually, no. The result of conflicting resources was rarely a system that would no longer boot at all. It would make the conflicting devices not work or the system freeze when trying to use them,...
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    For what version of DOS? The DOS Shell included...

    For what version of DOS? The DOS Shell included in 5.0 comes with that feature built-in. You just have to enable it once.
  9. These ones work well: ...

    These ones work well:

    https://www.amazon.in/LipiWorld%C2%AE-Laptop-External-Enclosure-Casing/dp/B071JBF7ZX

    You just need to drill two holes to mount the floppy a bit closer to the front and cut...
  10. Thread: Windows 1 / 2

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    You could write batch files for the various...

    You could write batch files for the various versions of Windows that will set the path correctly and rename the folder of the Windows version you start to "c:\windows". Of course, that means you need...
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    That really depends on the graphics card itself....

    That really depends on the graphics card itself. Max. colors won't change, as you can do 24 bit already with 1 MB (then limited to 640x480). With 2 MB, you can do 800x600 in 24 bit, and with 4 MB,...
  12. Nothing will happen, apart from a bad-sector...

    Nothing will happen, apart from a bad-sector check done by the drive, because the 386 can not bypass the IDE circuitry and that will simply not do a low-level format.
  13. @alank2: You must be thinking about the IBM PC...

    @alank2:
    You must be thinking about the IBM PC line of systems only, as on the Atari and Commodore 8-bit machines for example, the controller was part of the disk drive. Also on other systems, but...
  14. To be honest, I don't think you get anywhere with...

    To be honest, I don't think you get anywhere with your floppy issue without removing that SRAM expansion and try it with ordinary DRAM. I saw many people searching for such errors for weeks and...
  15. As for legality, your are, strictly speaking, not...

    As for legality, your are, strictly speaking, not allowed to sell the real CD either. Beta software is confidential and even MSDN discs with ordinary builds can not be sold. But who cares about...
  16. Same here. I have two large MSDN boxes full of...

    Same here. I have two large MSDN boxes full of every OS from DOS to Windows 2000. Every version, every language, DDKs, SDKs, and what not. Wanted to toss them many times, yet they are still around...
  17. Of course not, because of the high resolution and...

    Of course not, because of the high resolution and b/w anyway, which makes no sense having color burst enabled.

    But you say yourself that for all other modes, there's BIOS support already, so I...
  18. A BIOS mode? It's not a different mode. The...

    A BIOS mode? It's not a different mode. The artifact colors work in any of the standard modes, even in 640x200x1 when toggeling the "color burst disable" bit.
  19. My comment would be to compare prices to other...

    My comment would be to compare prices to other 5150 sold on ebay, because $850 for a non-working, used 5150 with a 3rd-party monitor is insane. Look at listing 402623545489 for example. That one was...
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    Seems you are right. After correcting the typo...

    Seems you are right. After correcting the typo made by the guy who sold it (it's MACROTRONICS, not MICROTRONICS), I was able to find infos about it as well. Still not much off. It's more or less for...
  21. If you have a port free on your normal IDE...

    If you have a port free on your normal IDE controller card then yes, you can connect the CD-ROM drive there.

    For CD audio, you connect the analog audio connector to the sound card. Never connect...
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    Yes, it's a low-cost TNC for packet radio....

    Yes, it's a low-cost TNC for packet radio. Bandwidth is most likely 1200 baud, given its age and that it's for 8-bit computers.
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    That's a modem which uses citizens band radio...

    That's a modem which uses citizens band radio instead of the phone line. That's something still in use today.
  24. Certainly intended on the Apple II. Not sure...

    Certainly intended on the Apple II.

    Not sure about CGA. I would say it was intended there as well, otherwise they would have just made the composite signal b/w from the outset, which would have...
  25. The CT1750 has *no* IDE connector. Mitsumi,...

    The CT1750 has *no* IDE connector. Mitsumi, Panasonic, and Sony are all proprietary connectors from back then for early single- and double-speed drives. Do not connect any IDE device there, it may...
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