>>>>> "Ruud" == rbaltiss <email@example.com> writes: MV> What kind of disks should I use in the 8050? Are normal 5.25" 48 MV> TPI DSDD disks OK? It formatted them OK but I haven't done any real MV> testing. Ruud> DS/DD 96 TPI (or 100 TPI). Normal 360 KB diskettes are 48 TPI. Ruud> Before I got some from Frank I used these but I encounterd Ruud> problems so you're warned. Yeah, the 8050 is coughing at my 48 TPI disks now... MV> Which chip is used for generating the display? 6545? I couldn't MV> find one on the motherboard, but I didn't look very hard. There was MV> a hitachi IC called HD46505 -- could this be it? Ruud> UB13 : 6545 K. Still, any clue what the 46505 does? MV> There appears to be two casette interfaces -- is this the case? MV> Hardly useful, is it? Ruud> As Andre said, one was for the internal drive. Both can be used. Ruud> The first one has device number one and the second suprise Ruud> suprise.... two! (I think the one on the side is #1) The last Ruud> one was discarded when C= decided to add a RS232 interface. Hmm. I would trade a casette port for a RS232 interface... Ruud> About books etc. I'll make a list of all books/magasines/etc. Great, -- ___ . + . . . Per Olofsson ._|___|_, . . . . . + . . o o-o + . + MagerValp@Goth.Org . . + + + . - . . . o + . . . " + + . http://www.cling.gu.se/~cl3polof/
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