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  1. Well they are rare because they were not...

    Well they are rare because they were not successful. "Rare" does not mean "Valuable" or "Desirable". In fact I can't find any info on the P10 any where so I suspect its very rare. Even so I expect...
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    We will have to stop meeting like this. I did a...

    We will have to stop meeting like this. I did a bit of googling and many circuits rely on the monitor being 75ohm resistive and use 330 ohm series resistors I am not sure all are. e.g.:-
    ...
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    Sadly I am in the UK, but to be honest it looks...

    Sadly I am in the UK, but to be honest it looks clean, bit of screen rot. I know its not working but I don't think you are a huge way off on price.
  4. What makes you think that? When I built the Baby...

    What makes you think that? When I built the Baby Baby (Really SSEM)

    https://hackaday.com/2016/01/06/babybaby-a-1948-computer-on-an-fpga/

    I have multiple phase clocks and clock things on...
  5. Pretty sure on our Honeywell L66 ( 1973/4 I...

    Pretty sure on our Honeywell L66 ( 1973/4 I think) it was called ECC although as you say it could detect multiple errors and correct single bit errors. The memory chips of the time were susceptible...
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    Sorry I don't have a name. I am close and think...

    Sorry I don't have a name. I am close and think I have a working VT420 so let me know if you fail.

    Dec Legacy is NOT a facebook group its a groups.io list. Most members avoid facebook like the...
  7. You might want to look through the old UK ACC...

    You might want to look through the old UK ACC magazines here :-

    http://www.smrcc.org.uk/members/g4ugm/acc.htm

    there is a design for a TTL computer using 74181 ALU's in there, although there are...
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    Noot got any info, but does sound like the PSU....

    Noot got any info, but does sound like the PSU. Might be wirth asking on the DEC Legacy list..
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    You can get adaptors

    You can get adaptors
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    I assume 6.1 is available elsewhere, or is it...

    I assume 6.1 is available elsewhere, or is it worth archiving this disk?
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    Not at all. He has updated his profile, so we can...

    Not at all. He has updated his profile, so we can now see he is in Texas, the second largest state of the union...
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    where? Moscow? Qatar? Antarctica?

    where? Moscow? Qatar? Antarctica?
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    About a 30 minute drive, but way over my budget!...

    About a 30 minute drive, but way over my budget! I have exchanged messages with the vendor. Very pleasant, so unlike so many e-bay vendors.
  14. I have several versions of the software if you...

    I have several versions of the software if you get stuck. What are you connecting it too?
  15. Ham Fests used to be a good source, but pretty...

    Ham Fests used to be a good source, but pretty barren these days.

    http://www.arrl.org/hamfests/search/Location.division_id:SE/model:Event

    thrift stores sometimes, but lots don't do electrical....
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    If its a VM just attach it an NT4 workstation...

    If its a VM just attach it an NT4 workstation machine and use partition magic.
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    can't you use a bootable version of partition...

    can't you use a bootable version of partition magic.I am sure I used it on Server 2000
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    Partition Magic would be my "go to" tool for...

    Partition Magic would be my "go to" tool for re-sizing NTFS partitions.
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    i think archive.org will accept these or mail al...

    i think archive.org will accept these or mail al at bitsavers.
  20. I could see the floppy, and thought perhaps it...

    I could see the floppy, and thought perhaps it was a rare 2.88 but thats gold dust. Why not image the disk and upload the image to bitsavers..
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    I think that should be "net view" but normally...

    I think that should be "net view" but normally win 3x and win 9x machines are pure clients, and can map network drives, but don't share anything. On a 9x box you need to load an extra network service...
  22. ok pretty sure I see it. You Analog computer is...

    ok pretty sure I see it. You Analog computer is in much nicer condition that mine :-(
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    From what I remember, and its a long time ago,...

    From what I remember, and its a long time ago, whilst non-NT clients can logon using domain credentials, they don't "join a domain" as such and don't show up in the Domain Computers list.
    You also...
  24. Not sure what your exact area is, but they meet...

    Not sure what your exact area is, but they meet just by the Trafford Center so easy access from M60, M61, M62 & M66
  25. Phil, If you add your location to your profile...

    Phil,

    If you add your location to your profile it appears at the top of posts.

    Are you aware of

    http://www.ronwug.org/HomePage

    RISC OS North West User Group
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