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    I was able to successfully treat cataracts using...

    I was able to successfully treat cataracts using the simple method of carefully and slowly removing the safety glass with a flex knife. The heat gun may help, but it isn't required. Out of...
  2. GIMIX had an interesting backstory that should...

    GIMIX had an interesting backstory that should probably be explored at some point. The Ghost systems used by Eugene Jarvis and Vid Kidz sold several years back on eBay for $1,825.
  3. Are you part of the FLEX User Group Mailing list?...

    Are you part of the FLEX User Group Mailing list? Those guys are extremely helpful and many have access to lots of documentation. I would certainly ask them..
  4. I'm glad you enjoyed it and thank you for helping...

    I'm glad you enjoyed it and thank you for helping to preserve the old software you're finding!
  5. SWTPC 6800/6809 Video Review and History

    I put together a video on the history of this fantasic company. It was also a great excuse to show-off some of my rare collectibles, too. :cool:


    https://youtu.be/SATjR-MWHDM
  6. That is a great to hear, Bob. I hope you are...

    That is a great to hear, Bob. I hope you are feeling better! Does your SD Floppy solution work only with your clone machines or can it be configured to work on original hardware? If the latter,...
  7. Hey Dave, That is exactly what I needed. I...

    Hey Dave,

    That is exactly what I needed. I converted a program into cassette-compatible code using the P command and it "L"oaded fine.

    I have been playing with FLEX for awhile now and just...
  8. Just to be clear, I am trying to send programs...

    Just to be clear, I am trying to send programs that I downloaded onto my Windows XP to the 6809. Based on some YouTube clips I have seen, it looks like they did this for sending Basic.CMD files and...
  9. Sending Files to a SWTPC 6809 using HyperTerminal

    Hey all,

    I'm pretty new to using terminal emulators, so forgive any silly questions. I am trying to send over some binary files to the 6809 using HyperTerminal from an old Windows XP machine I...
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    I was probably going to bring up some SWTPC...

    I was probably going to bring up some SWTPC equipment, which is very heavy and pretty large.
  11. Help identify this mini computer cabinet

    It is described as a 60s/70s computer cabinet. I am not sure if it is just a generic cabinet or one made for a specific type of computer as it has no label. Any ideas?

    52573

    52574
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    VCF West Carpool Options?

    Is anyone driving up from San Diego or Orange Country? I'd like to go and bring some larger computers. Let me know and maybe we can ride together.

    Thanks!
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    Hey ColorComputerStore. I just saw this message....

    Hey ColorComputerStore. I just saw this message. I documented my development system on the game's download page here: http://tanrunomad.com/swtpc-flex-games/

    Essentially, I wrote all of the C...
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    Sign me up for a monitor and a spare front strip...

    Sign me up for a monitor and a spare front strip if you got them after you take inventory and come up with prices. I travel to Texas quite often, so I can probably swing by on my next trip out there.
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    Gimix CPU Board Corrosion from NiCd

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    I have a Gimix Ghost 6809 CPU board that appears to have some corrosion,...
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    Technically, it requires only 40K to work. 48K...

    Technically, it requires only 40K to work. 48K is only required for terminals with cursor positioning. That additional code includes an animated title screen, instructions, multiple animated ending...
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    It could probably be ported to the 6800 pretty...

    It could probably be ported to the 6800 pretty easily, since most of the code is in C. Just need a good compiler. Most of my programming experience has been with the 6502. My Apple II games are...
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    I made some enhancements to the game including: ...

    I made some enhancements to the game including:

    *Better UI
    *More intelligent AI
    *More animated ASCII graphics, including some dancing skunks

    The game is also now compatible with just about...
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    New SWTPC FLEX Game

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    I picked up a working SWTPC 6809 S/09 awhile back and thought it would be...
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    Things were so much simpler with just ground,...

    Things were so much simpler with just ground, send and receive. :) Although this is more complex, it is still pretty straightforward. Hopefully, I can build it soon and test it. Thanks!
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    It is an MP-S2 card (1979), specifically designed...

    It is an MP-S2 card (1979), specifically designed for the S/09. Does that make a difference for the pinouts?
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    It looks like it is RS-232C compliant. That...

    It looks like it is RS-232C compliant. That makes things easy. Mine is operating at 1MHz based on the crystal. What is yours? The dates correspond to your estimate of 1980-81 construction.
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    I just so happen to have a DMF2, so I just need...

    I just so happen to have a DMF2, so I just need to hook up my 8" drive. I used to have some terminals, but I sold them awhile ago. If I want to hook up a serial connection to my laptop using an...
  24. In the end, they are just things and family comes...

    In the end, they are just things and family comes first. I have reduced my collection to a manageable number of items. That being said, I will probably never get rid of some of my Apple II and...
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    According to the information found here...

    According to the information found here, it was made for the The SWTPC minifloppy disk unit. I was a bit confused because that drive was made back in 1977. I guess that must be it.

    Thanks for...
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