cisin at xenosoft.com
Sat Oct 29 15:53:16 CDT 2016
On Sat, 29 Oct 2016, tony duell wrote:
> As you have the machine, and it boots, check the DIP switch settings.
> One of the switches is used to indicate if the boot drive is 40 or 80
and the model number(s) of the drives will enable looking up hints as the
specs (although some TM100-4M (100tpi) drives were labelled "TM100-4"
(96tpi)). Some of my drives ended up with labels on the faceplates.
For CP/M 2.x, CP/M-68K run STAT DSK:
For CP/M 3.0/"PLUS" IIRC, SHOW DRIVE
That'll give you some hints of the drive and parameters.
There should be a KERMIT available, although machine specific overlay
might not be. Getting it onto the machine is another minor project.
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