Writing Apple ][ disk images...
cisin at xenosoft.com
Fri Mar 10 19:24:55 CST 2006
On Fri, 10 Mar 2006, Hans Franke wrote:
> As for hardware, there have been some solutions. First
> to my memory is always the Turnover board, which I found
> a good (some particulat list member might have a different
> opinion:) solution back when I had a PC/XT and an Apple II.
IFF you find a working one (high failure rate), and IF you find
a drive that it works OK with (I used TM100-2), then the Turnover
is OK. File system support is Apple-DOS, Apple CP/M, Apple Pascal,
(BTW, it was "Apple Turnover" until Apple's lawyers visited Vertex.)
> Just, the Turnover is a strict PX or PC/XT board. I never
> got it working in an AT (or above) machine.
I did, but not reliably.
> Oh, and don't forget the Trackstar Board(s), basicly an
> Apple II or IIe on a PC-Card, a huge IC-Graveyard. It can
and the QuadLink from Quadram (> 70% DOA)
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