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    Wink Does anybody own a Canon CX-1 ?

    Hi,
    Recently i have caught a Canon CX-1 .
    It is working properly but unfortunately i have only a disk with Software for a Dentist.
    I wonder if there are other other owners of a CX-1.
    A clean MCX-disk or more would be awesome.
    The disks are easy to read with teledisk.

    Chris

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    I have an opportunity to acquire one of these but alas it too has no software, did your searching ever turn up any software for the CX-1?

    Cheers, Martin...

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    Quote Originally Posted by mnc1959 View Post
    I have an opportunity to acquire one of these but alas it too has no software, did your searching ever turn up any software for the CX-1?

    Cheers, Martin...
    No. But i can help with a german Dentist Software . The Disk boots up in "Dentist-Mode" but can be stopped into the standard functions of the OS.

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    Hi there,

    maybe you should contact Gault museum

    http://www.galtmuseum.com/permalinkM/P19860072000/

    From their website the machine in their collection includes the following.

    11 DISKS IN HOLDERS: (EACH 13.2 CM SQUARE) MCX OPERATING SYS. STANDARD BASIC AND BOOT MCX SYSTEM DISK, MCX EXTENDED BASIC BOOT, GL MCX EXTEND BASIC BOOT. PROGRAM, GL SYSTEM, TM_P CALC, FORCE FORM, & 3 BLANK DISKS. MANUALS INCLUDE, CANON CX-1 INSTRUCTION MANUAL, CANON CX-1/BX-3 MCX-OPERATING SYSTEM MANUAL, CANON CX-1/BX-3 BASIC LANGUAGE MANUAL, CANON GENERAL LEDGER,CANON DESKTOP COMPUTER CX-1/BX-3

    See also the post of Martti Saukkonen (Finland) about this machine on http://www.old-computers.com/museum/computer.asp?st=1$&c=100

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    Finding MCX disks would be great!

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    I’ve been looking for a Balloonjet printer for some time to match up to a vintage computer portrait machine

    I’ve often wondered if this was one of the first canon printers

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