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  1. Matt_PC-1

    Can I get my old mac on the internet?

    Indeed, it is essential to get a network card working for old macs. Then software can be loaded by FTP from off-world sources. If you have more than one old Mac, at least one needs an ethernet card and the others can get their software through that Mac via an Appletalk network.
  2. Matt_PC-1

    Can I get my old mac on the internet?

    From the specs, there are expansion slots for which there would have been ethernet cards made. I know they made a combo card for a PDS slot that included an FPU socket (FPU sold separately) and ethernet. I purchased one of these for my Mac IIsi and it now does 10-baseT networking (with an...
  3. Matt_PC-1

    Welcome to the Murray² Forum! Take a minute to introduce yourself!

    The Dream Retro Computer project is very interesting and worthwhile. I wish it every possible success! My retro-computer (micro-computer) is a TRS-80 PC-1 Pocket Computer (two 4-bit CPUs). If anyone else has one, there is good news. New LCD screens for the PC-1 (and the SHARP PC-1211) are...
  4. Matt_PC-1

    Just repaired my TRS-80 PC-1 Pocket Computer's LCD display.

    Just repaired my TRS-80 PC-1 Pocket Computer's LCD display.
  5. Matt_PC-1

    Non-6502...

    I believe the decision was two-fold: 1) Cost and 2) A desire for its performance to not compete with TI's line of minicomputers that used the same chip architecture. A lesser-known fact is that in the late 1970's, the TMS9900 chip was in the running for the engine of the IBM Personal Computer...
  6. Matt_PC-1

    What to do with an old TI-994A Computer

    Hi nbrewer, do you have an update on the disposition of this system?
  7. Matt_PC-1

    What is this?

    The case looks like the classic IBM PC-AT which shipped (initially) with the 16-bit Intel 80286 CPU running at 8Mhz.