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#101 2016-08-14 15:43:53

Cosmo
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From: Vantaa, Finland
Registered: 2014-05-25
Posts: 109

Re: Cosmo's stuff

Found out that the earlier /// i have with 230V Powersupply, that the RIFA from the PSU had exploded sometime ago, it had some mess inside.... wonder it still worked, somehow.

So no swapping of the 230V to the US unit. I need to make the 115v->230v mod to the US PSU, new fuse and swap of one cable PIN (115V to 230V) that should do it.
Hope that works out.

Will order the Universal Powersupply when they become available again at Ultimatemicro.

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#102 2016-08-18 05:39:03

Cosmo
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From: Vantaa, Finland
Registered: 2014-05-25
Posts: 109

Re: Cosmo's stuff

If anybody have spare, working, external floppy drive (Disk ///) let me know.

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#103 2016-08-18 05:40:37

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From: Corvallis, OR
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Re: Cosmo's stuff

Maybe hit up Macdrone. I gave him one a couple of years ago and he's selling off a bunch of stuff now. He may be getting rid of it.


Daily Drivers: 27" iMac 2.8 GHz Quad-Core i7 (Late 2009), 21.5" iMac 2.7GHz Quad-Core i5 (Late 2013), 11" Macbook Air 1.6 GHz i5 (Mid-2011)
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#104 2016-10-21 04:56:03

Cosmo
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From: Vantaa, Finland
Registered: 2014-05-25
Posts: 109

Re: Cosmo's stuff

Some donations & finds lately:

Apple ][

Software:
Cyber Strike (Sirius, 1980) just floppy
Genetic Drift (Broderbund 1981) just floppy
Chessmaster 2000 (EOA, 1988) sealed
IBM OS/2 WARP 2.0 (Finnish)
VisiCalc (16-sector, 1981)
About 40 Apple II floppies of various programs to be preserved (done)

Books/manuals:
Apple II Programmer's Introduction to the Apple IIGS
Apple IIGS System 6 User's Reference
Apple II Technical Introduction to the Apple IIGS
Apple II Apple IIGS Toolbox Reference : Volume 1
Apple II Apple IIGS Toolbox Reference : Volume 2
Apple II Apple IIGS Toolbox Reference : Volume 3
Apple Secrets (have floppy before)
Super Serial Card manual (2pcs)
Apple II Unidisk 3.5" Owner's Manual (2pcs)
Apple Imagewriter II
Apple Software Bank - casette software box (no casettes, but 13-sector ROM chips from Disk II interface card, upgraded from 13>16) 1979
Apple II Reference Manual
Apple II - The Applesoft Tutorial (2pcs)
Apple II - The DOS manual
Serial Interface Card manual
Beagle Bros Peeks Pokes and Pointers
Beagle Bros Apple Colors, Ascii values
Apple Writer II (Special Delivery software)
Publish It 3 (Malaysian pirate..)
Apple //e Enhanced User's Guide
Apple II Mouse II manual
Apple IIc monitor manual
Apple IIc owner's manual
AppleWorks Reference manual (2pcs)
Apple Writer II
Apple writer Word Prosessing Language manual (2pcs)
Apple MultiScribe manual
Apple MultiScribe FontPak 1
Apple MultiScribe FontPak 2
Apple MultiScribe FontPak 3
Apple II User's Guide (Taiwanese copy of some other book-sold/given with Clone Apple ]['s)
Apple /// User's Guide
Quark Catalyst - manual
Pinpoint - manual
LOTS of Apple //c manuals .. hope to fill my collection
LOTS of Apple //e manuals .. hope to fill my collection
Apple II mouse - manual
Omenahyve - Finnish Apple II user's group magazine issues, still missing some early issues (1982)
+ should be getting some Apple //c etc manuals (German, English) from Germany after few weeks...

Macintosh:
Retrospect (v2.1) *sealed*-> can sell / trade
DAtabase (1988) *sealed* -> can sell / trade
+ lots of cables, cards, RAM (later modes), adaptors, pens and etc small stuff.


I'll sort the books/manuals next weekend to see what i have already. I'm really running out of bookshelf space for books/software however.

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#105 2016-10-28 14:29:44

Cosmo
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From: Vantaa, Finland
Registered: 2014-05-25
Posts: 109

Re: Cosmo's stuff

Just obtained an Macintosh 128k (M0001P) P = International 220-240V-model.

It has an 512k badge in the back and 512k upgraded board inside - so it was upgraded to 512k pretty early on when it was sold. Luckily it wasn't upgraded to Macintosh Plus or 512kE like
my another "128k" i once got. Somebody upgraded it to Plus with locally made upgrade kit and CUT AN HOLE to the case for the SCSI connector in back.... not nice.

However this came with short keyboard, external 400k drive and a mouse. The internal drive was 400k.

Also some 100 disks but those were about 99% for Amiga and few for PC and Atari ST.

I have an spare 128k board which i can swap inside, but no "Macintosh" or "Macintosh 128k" badge to replace. This is built in week 51/1984 so i assume
i'd need an "Macintosh 128k" badge to the back.

Cleaned up and will test soon. Was working when picked it up.

Finally an real-deal 128k smile

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#106 2017-01-31 05:21:14

Cosmo
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From: Vantaa, Finland
Registered: 2014-05-25
Posts: 109

Re: Cosmo's stuff

Picked these for free from a local collector :

-Steve Jobs (Wlater Isaacson) - book
-OSX 10.2 (retal box)
-OSX 10.4 (retail box)
-OSX 10.5 (retail box)
-OSX 10.6 (retail box)
-Some SCSI-cables etc
-Carry bag for Classic macintosh (made by Targus) in complete condition (dark navy blue)


These i got from Germany :

-Apple IIgs 3.5" floppies, about 1600-2000 pcs (45.5kg!) - will image all (job for the year 2017). Might need replacement 3.5" drive for the IIGS, donations anyone? smile
-Apple II, CP/; 5.25" floppies, about 1000 pcs (arriving in Februay) - will image all.


Earlier got donation :

- IBM PS/2 8535 with IBM monitor 8513, mouse & keyboard, all in boxes (not complete however) with some original IBM software & OS/2. Sold this however due lack of space.
- MikroMikko CL486i/25 (Finnish made PC-clone from 90's, i used to work for them). Donated this to our company "collection/museum" with Microsoft MS-DOS 5.0 (ICL branded).
- Some books, manuals, an old IBM-compatible mouse in a box.
-About 50pcs of 5.25" floppies with PC stuff on them, but also interesting "Nokia CP/M Basic-80" which i will image later with Kryoflux.

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#107 2017-01-31 05:43:23

Cosmo
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From: Vantaa, Finland
Registered: 2014-05-25
Posts: 109

Re: Cosmo's stuff

Oh, i could sell the ANS server, if somebody is picking it up OR pays for the shipping (from Finland).

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