WTB: HP-85 16k RAM Module and HPIB Floppy Drive
phb.hfx at gmail.com
Tue Nov 14 19:58:56 CST 2017
If your old IBM PC IEEE 488 card is one that is compatible with HPDrive
http://hp9845.net/9845/projects/hpdrive/ you can use it to emulate a
wide variety of HPIB storage several of which are compatible with the 80
series machines. I am using the Linux version on a Pentium II based
industrial computer with ISA National Instruments cards and it out
performs a real 9135C by quite a bit.
On 2017-11-14 9:24 PM, william degnan via cctalk wrote:
> Can you use one of those with the old IBM PC IEEE interface card?. Has
> this been covered here? I did not check but I guess the answer would be
> maybe. Those drives are 720 each 3.5".
> On Tue, Nov 14, 2017 at 6:56 PM, Mark J. Blair via cctalk <
> cctalk at classiccmp.org> wrote:
>> I just got my HP-85 working for the first time over the weekend (except
>> for its tape drive, which is still a work in progress). I'd like to acquire
>> some accessories for it:
>> 1) HP 82903A 16k RAM module
>> 2) HP 9122C dual 1.44M 3.2" floppy diskette drive
>> Do any of y'all have either of those items available for swap or sale? I'm
>> located in southern California.
>> Those two items are at the top of my HP-85 want list, but I might also be
>> interested in other related bits such as the 82940A GPIO Interface, other
>> compatible HPIB mass storage, etc.
>> Mark J. Blair, NF6X <nf6x at nf6x.net>
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