I'm still digging. I found more 550 stuff. I think this is everything
that came with the 550. Here's a chance for you 550 owner's to get the
whole set at one shot!
Original DS-DOS box and invoice.
Original Sanyo Easywriter ver 1.3 disk
Original Sanyo disk box with 550 dos ver 2.11 and BASIC 1.25, two
original Sanyo disk for InfoStar (set B disk 2 and 3 of 4; disks 1 and 4
are below), original Sanyo disk for DOS 1.25 and BASIC ver 1.1
Original Sanyo disk box with all three original disk of set A, WordStar
and CalcStar and a backup copy of DS-DOS.
Two card board dummy disks used to protect the floppy drives duing shipment.
>A few weeks ago we were talking about the Sanyo 550 series and someone
mentioned one of the alternates operating systems that supported 80 track
drives in the 550. I said that was DS-DOS by Michtron.
> Today I found an old Sanyo disk package with four disks for the 550. One
of them is DS DOS 2.11, one is InfoStar, one is MailMerge/SpellStar and the
other is a disk of misc utilities. The first three are original disks. In
additon, the InfoStar, MailMerge/SpellStar are Sanyo labeled disks that
came with the 550. If anyone wants them, trade me something I can use and
they're all your's.
I just joined this mailing list today on the advice of more than one vintage
computing contact. I was wondering if anyone could tell me anything about
the Protec Microsystems PRO-83 Z80 Single-Board Computer. I have conducted
an exhaustive search of the Internet and found only two sites (one from a
surplus store and a picture of it from a museum). I would appreciate any
information available, especially information regarding the power supply and
peripheral devices. Thank you very much.
MSN Photos is the easiest way to share and print your photos:
I have a couple of HPIB cables available at $15 the pair, shipped.
1 HP10833A ~42"
1 HP92220R ~12"
The 92220R has a right-angle connector at one end and the usual
straight connector at the other. (I wonder if the 'R' indicates
a right hand connector?)
First come, first served.
Received from a former DEC service rep.:
If anyone wants scans of a specific piece, I will probably arrange it.
This accounts for only the miniscule portion I've managed
to sort and catalog in the past 3 hours (about 1/8 of the total
number of documentation pieces I received):
Communications Options Minireference Manual, vols. 1-7
LSI-11 Systems Service Manual, Vols. 1-3
VAX 8600/8650 System Diagnostics User's Guide
Communications Options Minireference Manual
VAX/VMS Internals and Data Structures
Cartridge Tape Service Documentation
TK50 Tape Drive Subsystem Owner's Manual
TK50 Tape Drive Subsystem User's Guide
TK70 Streaming Tape Drive Owner's Manual
TK70 Streaming Tape Drive Subsystem Service Manual (MicroVAX II sys.)
ThinWire Ethernet COAXIAL CABLE CONNECTOR INSTALLATION CARD
H4000 DIGITAL Ethernet Transceiver Installation Manual
Fiber Optic Attenuator Installation/Configuration Reference Card
LA120 Series Pocket Service Guide
LA10X-EJ/EL Tractor Option Installation Guide
DECWRITER III LA120 Operator Reference Card
LCG01 Color Printer System Pocket Service Guide
MicroVAX 3600/VAXserver 3600/3602 Operation
KA650 CPU System Maintenance
MicroVAX 3600/VAXserver 3600/3602 Technical Information
ULTRIX-32 Guide to the Error Logger System
LJ250/LJ252 Companion Color Printer Pocket Service Guide
LN03 Pocket Service Guide
RF-LN03 Pocket Service Guide
VAX 6200 Options and Maintenance
VAX 6200/6300, VAXserver 6200/6230 Owner's Manual
VAXstation 2000 Workstations and MicroVAX 2000 Network Guide
ULTRIX-32 Basic Installation Guide for the VAXserver 2000
DECstation 2100/3100 Maintenance Guide
MicroVAX 2000 Installation
MicroVAX 2000 Operation Addendum: VAXserver 2000
MicroVAX 2000 Operation
MicroVAX 2000 Troubleshooting
MicroVAX 2000 Technical Information
MicroVAX 2000 Customer Services
VAXstation 2000 and MicroVAX 2000 Maintenance Guide
VAXstation 3100 Maintenance Information
VAXstation 3100 Illustrated Parts Breakdown
VAXstation 2000 Hardware Information
VAXstation 2000 System Guide
VAXstation 2000 Network Guide
VAX 6000-400 Options and Maintenance
VT100 Series Pocket Service Guide
VT180 Series Pocket Service Guide
VT320 Pocket Service Guide
VT330 Pocket Service Guide
VT340 Pocket Service Guide
VAXcluster Service Reference Manual
VAXcluster Service Reference Set
VAX 8530/8550/8700/8800/8820/8830/8840 System Maint. Guide
8800 8700 8550 8500 Console User's Guide
B213F Expander Installation
R215F Expander Maintenance
KA655 CPU System Maintenance
VAX Architecture Reference Manual
CI750 User's Guide
BA11-A Mounting Box and Power System Tech. Manual
VAX-11/750 Diag. System Overview Manual
VAX-11/750 Level 1 Student Workbook (Digital Internal Use Only)
VAX-11/750 UNIBUS Interface Technical Description
VAX-11/751 User's Guide
DELUA User's Guide
MicroVAX 2000 Hardware Information
VAX 8200/50, 8500/50
The Digital Dictionary, Second Edition
VAX Maintenance Handbook (VAX Systems)
VAX Maintenance Handbook (VAX-11/780)
VAX Maintenance Handbook (VAX-11/750)
VAX-11/750 Mini Diag. Ref. Guide
RM05 Disk Subsystem Service Manual
RM05 Disk Subsystem Student Guide (Digital Internal Use Only)
RM03 Disk Drive Maint. Print Set
RP04/05/06 Field Maint. Print Set
Symptom Directed Diagnosis Tool Kit Installation Guide
VAXsimPLUS Field Service Manual
Getting Started with VAXsimPLUS
VAXsimPLUS User Guide
Model 733 DEC Disk Storage Drive Parts Catalog, Jan. 1976
RP04-TC Part II
RP04, RP05, RP06 Field Svc. Handbook
HSC50 Service Manual
HSC Installation Manual
VAX 86XX System Maint. Guide
RP05/RP06 Field Handbook -Company Confidential-
RP05/06 677-01/51 Disc Drive Illustrated Parts Catalog
Model 677-01/51 RP05/06 DEC DISC MAINTENANCE Guide (Educ. Svcs.)
Digital Education and Training: UNIX Utils & Cmds. Student Guide
Date: Fri, 17 Jan 2003 16:27:36 -0500 (EST)
Subject: Looking for : Sharp PC-1405
Or equiv (Tandy had them as PC-2 or something, iirc).
The goal of my classic collection is to get one of every computer I've
programmed over the years. One of the first computers I programmed was a
PC-1405 (actually, I can't remember the exact model).
I found one of these in a pawn shop. By brother "stole" it. I found
another. This was my one classic computer that was helluva useful. So
useful I took it with my places. And, well, I've just lost it. I've
checked eBay and there are a few Sharp Pocket Computers, but W@W L@@K @
T3H PR1C3Z! Buy it now for "only" 300 USD!
So, does anyone here have one they don't need and/or would be willing to
let go for a reasonable price?
I've got a PC-1421 Financial Computer if you (or anybody) are interested:
76 character keyboard
16 character display
40K ROM Basic
4.2 Kb RAM
Interface for optional CE-126 Printer/Cassette (don't have)
Basic program mode
Basic run mode
Almost new, in box with cover & 280P manual. Make me an offer (less than
US$ 300, or even CDN$ 300 :).
> From: John R. Keys Jr.
> Reply To: classiccmp(a)classiccmp.org
> Sent: Friday, February 15, 2002 2:54 PM
> To: classiccmp(a)classiccmp.org
> Subject: Re-finding more items as I open boxes
> Found the following while unpacking in the warehouse:
> Took some other goodies home to play with like the 20th Annv. MAC,...
20th Anniversary Mac? You booger... I may have to grab it when
you're not looking.
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Running since 01/22/2002 without a crash
Well, the Univac III is back: UNIVAC III Computer (In Storage since 1975),
eBay auction Item # 2733726990. This time the starting price is $7,500 and the
buy-it-now is $11,000.
The URL is:
OK, somebody, jump right on it! :-)
(Not me, I'm into LITTLE computers like PDP-11's and VAXen, with an occasional
side dish of 6502 or 8085)
I wonder how long it will be before some fool donates a PDP or some
other piece of kit we hold near and dear to our hearts, to these miscreants.
Sure, it's amusing when it's a 286 being pipe-bombed, but probably not
so much fun (for me, anyway) when they get their hands on an Amiga or a Sol.
It's all fun and games until someone loses an eye...