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  1. The catalog was indeed in that zip, for those...

    The catalog was indeed in that zip, for those wondering. Also the PC Enterprises website got archived: https://web.archive.org/web/20030801000000*/www.pcenterprises.com

    Imagine my surprised that...
  2. I knew Pat, my grandmother lived in a condo...

    I knew Pat, my grandmother lived in a condo building and he lived in the unit above her back in the early 90s. He landed up building my family's first 486 computer back in 1993! I had that very...
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    Central Point called out Alps, Mitsubishi,...

    Central Point called out Alps, Mitsubishi, Mitsumi, and Panasonic 1.44MB drives for being particularly troublesome with Macintosh 800k GCR disks.
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    I have a boxed DOB. It has a leaflet noting what...

    I have a boxed DOB. It has a leaflet noting what others have said here.... that TEAC 3.5" drives are preferred for working with 800k GCR floppies. The bigger problem I had is the tools weren't all...
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    One virus I seem to randomly encounter is the NYB...

    One virus I seem to randomly encounter is the NYB boot sector virus. My last run-in with it was at a client's site back in 2003. Windows 98 refused to load 32-bit protected mode disk drivers, a...
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    GVP A2000-030 cards were available with either...

    GVP A2000-030 cards were available with either SCSI or IDE. If its SCSI, getting an old SCSI drive or a SCSI2SD is a solution. If you have IDE, a small drive or old CompactFlash card will likely work.
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    The "Canon Inkjet Printer" is the PJ-1080A, which...

    The "Canon Inkjet Printer" is the PJ-1080A, which used its own unique command set which nobody else emulated. At least it printed in color on the Lisa.
  8. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Integrated_Services_...

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Integrated_Services_Digital_Network#References
  9. You are assuming folks actually still have the...

    You are assuming folks actually still have the feet on the bottom of their 6100. Mine have been missing since I purchased it back in 1998!
  10. Just throw it in the dishwasher! ...

    Just throw it in the dishwasher!

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ahhSDEgkqQ8
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    Its been relocated:...

    Its been relocated: http://tenox.pdp-11.ru/a_ux/Documentation/
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    Commonly called the HyperStudio card since it was...

    Commonly called the HyperStudio card since it was bundled with the program. It allows one to hook up a microphone and make mono audio recordings, nothing more. Any Apple IIgs audio recording software...
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    PAE is enabled on XP in order to use XD bit...

    PAE is enabled on XP in order to use XD bit security functions.
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    https://archive.org/details/ctrapspitfalls0000koen...

    https://archive.org/details/ctrapspitfalls0000koen

    Abstract here: http://www.literateprogramming.com/ctraps.pdf
  15. I happen to have that same SIIG card in a 486....

    I happen to have that same SIIG card in a 486. The onboard ROM doesn't support Int 13h extensions, so is limited to 8.4GB drives. There is no setup program, it only auto detects and configures from...
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    I'm assuming the OP is familiar with elementary...

    I'm assuming the OP is familiar with elementary concepts in computer programming if he/she has coded in BASIC. If so, learning C is a natural next step. I would not recommend it to folks who have...
  17. -Apple II Video Overlay Card -Applied Visions...

    -Apple II Video Overlay Card
    -Applied Visions Future Sound GS (very uncommon sound card for the IIgs)
    -Apple II 3.5" Controller (FDHD) Boxed
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    Create 2 partitions. Install Windows XP first,...

    Create 2 partitions. Install Windows XP first, preferably on the 2nd partition. Install Windows 7 thru 10 next onto the first partition, it should detect NTLDR and add a boot menu option for it. If...
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    The Apple II and II+ lacked support for lowercase...

    The Apple II and II+ lacked support for lowercase letters. It wasn't until the Apple IIe that support for typing and displaying mixed case became available.
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    430TX boards generally had working USB, but the...

    430TX boards generally had working USB, but the headers might still not been standardized. I would verify the pinout of the USB header again, and also verify that you or the previous owner of the...
  21. The attached file might be of interest. Its a...

    The attached file might be of interest. Its a dump of a full page color graphic from Platinum Paint on the Apple IIgs created with the Harmonie Canon PJ-1080A driver. This will take A LONG TIME to...
  22. Check-It! 3.0 came with both parallel and serial...

    Check-It! 3.0 came with both parallel and serial loopback plugs in the box and is likely expecting those in its testing. I'd like to hope they are all wired in a standard fashion, but you never know.
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    Early USB devices had some "interesting" ways....

    Early USB devices had some "interesting" ways. Storage devices were a fun one. We had an external CD recorder at my old job that pre-dated the USB Storage Class standard and required some really...
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    Should be a driver for the card in config.sys....

    Should be a driver for the card in config.sys. All it does is offload/accelerate the drive compression routines. Easiest way I've found of getting data off these drives is to run something like...
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    Still Buster and still 4.x kernel. Bullseye is in...

    Still Buster and still 4.x kernel. Bullseye is in testing with the 5.x kernel, which has been troublesome for a few folks.
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