ISO 9816 small keyboard

Paul Berger phb.hfx at
Tue Jan 23 17:50:31 CST 2018

On 2018-01-23 7:42 PM, Al Kossow via cctalk wrote:
> On 1/23/18 8:48 AM, Dave via cctalk wrote:
>>   Hi Al,
>> What 9816 parts are required to run it?  Do you already have the 9816 and 9121 drive?  Also, is there a copy of CP/M-68K available somewhere for download?
>> Dave
>>      On Monday, January 22, 2018, 1:13:08 PM CST, Al Kossow via cctalk <cctalk at> wrote:
> A friend made an adapter board for HP's 26 and 34 pin 600rpm drives to standard 34 pin
> that we should have soon. I was not able to read any of the disks with a normal 300rpm
> drive, so the software has not been imaged yet.
> I have an early 9122 that has the same board as a 9121 and was going to retrofit the older firmware.
> The piece I'd like to get is the little keyboard so the whole thing takes up less space then using
> a Nimitz keyboard.
> There is one disk for CP/M-68K on the HP Museum site, but what I have is very
> different (6 disks with additional .rel and src files) copyright 1984 Empirical Research Group
> I'm really hoping it can be recovered.
That's odd I have never had any trouble reading or creating diskettes 
for my HP 600 RPM drives on PCs using 300 rpm drives,  I mostly use an 
old Panasonic PII Toughbook.


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