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Thread: Apple ][ e need help: can't load programs from drive

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    Nothing like a 9 year old thread. But, vintage threads for vintage computing. What better synergy is there?

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    Just because, why not make a 11 year old thread
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    For what its worth I just found a treasure trove of Vintage Computing items. I just listed the Apple II Mini Manual - the early typewritten Green one - not the later red one. If there is anything you think may help you in it, I can attempt to scan it and post or send. Mike

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    Howdy billet.

    You do know that Apple floppies are formatted differently than PC's. That has been an area of contention since the very beginning of the whole home computer system evolution. If you wish, I can look to see if I have any Apple, and or Mac formatted floppies.

    One thing I want to reiterate is that most Mac computers can format and read floppy discs for either Apple, or Pc's making Mac computers even more universal than most people ever realized.
    Wanted: - Complete SERIES ONE TRS-80, IBM 5170 AT, Original authentic IBM 5100 Portable, IBM 5151 Monitor. Also looking for Packard Bell 75Mhz computer, Commodore Pet w. Built-in cassette drive, amber 12 CRT, Mac SE-30 hard disk to replace the bad drive currently installed, TRS-80 Coco series 1 upgrades including memory, IBM PC 5160 compatible CD ROM.

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    You do realize that you're responding to a 14 year old thread, don't you?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chuck(G) View Post
    You do realize that you're responding to a 14 year old thread, don't you?
    It's OK. His floppies are old too

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    Quote Originally Posted by Keatah View Post
    Nothing like a 9 year old thread. But, vintage threads for vintage computing. What better synergy is there?
    Wow, nothing like a 99 year old thread.

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