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  1. You could find a replacement Dallas RTC but many...

    You could find a replacement Dallas RTC but many have been sitting in warehouses for a long time leading to having mostly discharged batteries. Check which model is on the motherboard. The supplier I...
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    I did find a fanpage for AClogo which suggests...

    I did find a fanpage for AClogo which suggests using ACLOGOA.EXE instead of ACLOGO.EXE if the automatic translation of the original written in Polish is correct. Admittedly, relying on a very old...
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    If it is early enough to be used on DOS 2 or...

    If it is early enough to be used on DOS 2 or before, it may have a different bug that prevents it from running on a system with more than 512 KB installed.

    A quick check shows "Program is too big...
  4. The DOS based card program whose developer sued...

    The DOS based card program whose developer sued Apple over Hypercard was ZoomRacks. A shareware copy can be found at http://www.retroarchive.org/garbo/pc/database/index.html
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    Wang focused much of their attention on the VS...

    Wang focused much of their attention on the VS line but sales in 1986 amounted to about $40 million per quarter* (though hoped to increase to $100 million a quarter) which wasn't the primary part of...
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    Could you describe the disks in more detail? What...

    Could you describe the disks in more detail? What problems are you having? I don't recall any software that had software with filenames starting with "@" so I can't come up with an answer.

    Many...
  7. I expect that it will be necessary to add a...

    I expect that it will be necessary to add a command line to the CONFIG.SYS like

    DEVICE = C:\DOS\HIMEM.SYS
    which would be followed by
    DOS = HIGH

    and see if that works out. It should result...
  8. You should have a little more conventional memory...

    You should have a little more conventional memory free if DOS is loaded high which puts about 64 KB of DOS into extended memory. Tophat by itself won't let you do that. Try MEM with switches to see...
  9. The KYE mouse included scroll wheel drivers for...

    The KYE mouse included scroll wheel drivers for Windows 3.1.

    You could try http://ninho.users.micso.fr/wheelk/ which turns scroll wheel movements into presses of the up and down key. Also, try...
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    Wang's final refresh of the 2200 was based on the...

    Wang's final refresh of the 2200 was based on the 80386 so it would have been before then that networked PCs had an advantage on price. The Wang 2200 CS 386 was considerably more expensive then the...
  11. The PC Magazine review indicates that a...

    The PC Magazine review indicates that a compatibility slow down was supposed to be added to the MBC-775. Are there any readmes on the disks that came with the system? I would suspect if Sanyo...
  12. The closest thing to a retro OneNote would be...

    The closest thing to a retro OneNote would be Wang Freestyle. If you could track down the complete $12,000 setup, you could even use a tablet to include hand written annotations to any file.

    Does...
  13. 1) It looks like the AMI card is back-filling...

    1) It looks like the AMI card is back-filling 128k which the Tophat would also try to do. I suspect the switches could be set to start the AMI memory at the 1 MB point with the Tophat filling the...
  14. There were enough Dutch users of 5150s with...

    There were enough Dutch users of 5150s with cassette ports transferring BASICODE audio to disk to have commercially available software that ran the cassette port at BASICODE's defined 1200 bps. I...
  15. I caught the previously mentioned video. The...

    I caught the previously mentioned video. The problem with writing to tape from 5150CAXX does not have to do with changing baud rates; 5150CAXX simply passes the data buffer to INT 15h and lets the...
  16. P.J. Plauger claims that Whitesmith C was the...

    P.J. Plauger claims that Whitesmith C was the first commercial C compiler. It ran on Unix and Whitesmith's Unix inspired Idris, CP/M-80, VMS, and a bunch of the other PDP-11 operating systems.
    ...
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    I waited too long. If the drive was formatted by...

    I waited too long. If the drive was formatted by a third party utility or a later OS version, the drive may be correct and what is being seen is one of the display issues Win98 has with larger...
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    FDISK should have an option to change the current...

    FDISK should have an option to change the current fixed disk drive. IIRC, it is located below the options to show or modify the partitions; I think it would be option 5. You can only change...
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    Windows 98 and 98SE shipped with an FDISK that...

    Windows 98 and 98SE shipped with an FDISK that could not handle more than 64 GB. https://web.archive.org/web/20100414060652/http://support.microsoft.com/kb/263044 is an archived copy of the...
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    What little I can find on it suggests it uses...

    What little I can find on it suggests it uses standard serial terminals so getting a keyboard and display working with it should be straight forward. But then, it is a S-100 system and who knows what...
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    The SIMCGA documentation isn't quite so...

    The SIMCGA documentation isn't quite so promising. Note the number of specific patches included to get some CGA programs to work and there are likely to be other CGA programs that would need patching...
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    That is incorrect. Devices needed to be tested...

    That is incorrect. Devices needed to be tested for both types of controller or they might not work. From USB Complete, 4th edition, page 217



    As an example of a USB 3 device that does not work...
  23. Is your design similar to any of the other 8086...

    Is your design similar to any of the other 8086 systems? Cribbing a working BIOS and OS with some minor patching for the port addresses might provide a guide as to what needs to be corrected.
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    You will need a device that has an UHCI...

    You will need a device that has an UHCI transceiver. Many newer (USB 2 or 3) devices don't have the ability to fall back to USB 1 and some that do use the other USB 1 implementation OHCI. Also, many...
  25. I think it is a memory corruption issue of some...

    I think it is a memory corruption issue of some kind. Skipping over that subroutine causes the next subroutine to fail with an "Input Past End" in the same line of code that waits for ENTER to be...
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