Looking for PDP handbook
rich.cini at verizon.net
Fri Feb 19 11:46:22 CST 2016
It depends on the quality of the binding and its age, and how much pressure you put on the spine. I've done it with the cover up with a white paper "mask" on the glass to minimize haze at the edges, and then hold the book by hand. There will be some text warping in the scan as a result of the gutter of the binding not being flat to the glass.
Of course, if anyone has a copy whose binding is already compromised that would be good. I have not found a scan of this anywhere so certainly it would be good to scan.
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> On Feb 19, 2016, at 12:26 PM, COURYHOUSE at aol.com wrote:
> Problem with scanning those handbooks - it is a destructive process
> mashing them in a flat bed.
> Maybe using one of the hold the book and photo the pages works
> well? or.... find one that is blown apart already... Ed#
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> In a message dated 2/19/2016 9:37:50 A.M. US Mountain Standard Time,
> rich.cini at verizon.net writes:
> All -- I've been searching for an online version of the LSI-11 Processor
> Handbook from 1975 (which I think covers the 11/03) but I can't seem to
> locate it anywhere.
> Does anyone have a link to it or, alternatively, a real copy that maybe I
> can scan?
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