--- firstname.lastname@example.org wrote: > Hello folks, > > I have been collecting CBM machines since I got my first 64 some 15 > years ago, and have I just added a Commodore PC20-III to my > collection. The machine is capable of runnings it's 8088 chip at 4.77, > 7.16 & 9.54 Mhz. Of course it is currently running at 4.77, but I was > wondering if anyone would have access to a diagnostic disk which would > enable me to speed it up a little!! On my Colt, there's a key sequence to change the speed. It might be <CTRL><SHIFT>T for Turbo and <CTRL><SHIFT>S for Slow or some similar combination. It's been long enough that I forget the exact keys. There might be an <ALT> in there, too, like <CTRL><ALT>T. On my machine, if you get it right, the computer trills a beep at one of two tones - the higher tone indicates the higher clock speed (CPU delay loop used to good effect, no doubt). -ethan ===== Even though my old e-mail address is no longer going to vanish, please note my new public address: email@example.com The original webpage address is still going away. The permanent home is: http://penguincentral.com/ See http://ohio.voyager.net/ for details. __________________________________________________ Do You Yahoo!? Talk to your friends online with Yahoo! Messenger. http://im.yahoo.com - This message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list. To unsubscribe: echo unsubscribe | mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
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