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    Default Xenix & the Tandy 2000

    So, did any copies of this make it into the wild. Anyone have copies they can image. Anyone have a copy they'd like to sell?

    I finally got a tandy 2000 up and running, and would love to see Xenix on it.

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    Hey kb - you see these 2 things that just popped up on fleaBay?

    280032514889 TANDY TRS-80 Model 2000 B/W Graphics board Cat# 26-5140
    280032514846 TANDY TRS-80 Model 2000 Color Chip Kit cat 26-5141 RARE

    Tony

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    Yep. I saw them. What I'm really looking for is one of the 4 port serial boards. I keep losing these auctions.

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    kb - how about a hard drive kit?

    Drive, controller, cables, etc... everything except the up-rated power supply?
    HiRes color graphics controller?


    You know, i make sme cringe now, but I remember when I worked at the South Beach Radio Shack (RS + Computer Center, it was called) , in like, oh, 1988/89, we dumped *ALL* Model I/III/IV software. I mean, it was a HUGE pile probably about 12-15' round, 4-5' high.

    New.
    Sealed
    In the binders.




    Tony

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sharkonwheels View Post
    kb - how about a hard drive kit?

    Drive, controller, cables, etc... everything except the up-rated power supply?
    HiRes color graphics controller?
    I would be interested in any and all model 2000 hardware/software. I sent you a PM about it.

    Quote Originally Posted by Sharkonwheels View Post
    You know, i make sme cringe now, but I remember when I worked at the South Beach Radio Shack (RS + Computer Center, it was called) , in like, oh, 1988/89, we dumped *ALL* Model I/III/IV software. I mean, it was a HUGE pile probably about 12-15' round, 4-5' high.

    New.
    Sealed
    In the binders.

    Tony
    That's painful to think about.

    Around 1993 we did a hardware housecleaning. Here's what ended up in the dumpster:
    3 model 6000hd, 3 model 16a, an Epson QX-10, 20 Wyse 50 terminals, and many of the RS external HD cases (the ones for both the 8 meg winchesters and the ones for 5.25" MFM drives).

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    Check your PM's - I got you hooked up


    Tony

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