Amstrad 3in disc drive troubleshooting
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Mon Nov 8 16:00:10 CST 2010
On 8 Nov 2010 at 20:28, Tony Duell wrote:
> What's silly about them (if picofuses are sensible)?
Maybe they're common on European gear, but the Joyce was the first
time I'd ever seen one--they're just not what I'd consider to be a
> I still think the nicest CP/M machine I've seen is the Epson QX10.
That's a hard call--if we're talking about Z80-based CP/M machines
(not x86 or 68K), some of the other late Japanese machines were
pretty impressive. The QX10 was interesting to me mostly in its non-
CPM (TP/M?) software.
But I won't get behind any particular system--there were too many of
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