> [mailto:cctalk-bounces at classiccmp.org]On Behalf Of dwight elvey
> Sent: Wednesday, May 03, 2006 1:54 AM
> I was just looking through the list of stuff that Anchor Electronics,
> here in Santa Clara, Ca, has and saw they list 1771-1 for about $5 ea.
> They have on-line ordering as I recall.
> Hope this helps
I ordered 3 today. BG Micro had them listed too.
BTW, the date is Sat, July 15th. I'll try to spend time putting
together a better map, etc.
Once you get the date fixed, I'll post an announcement to cctalk, unless
you wanna do that.
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Not really going to help you, but I had several problems with floppy
drives on my P4 machine and I finally decided to get one of those dual
3-1/2 and 5-1/4 inch drives on ebay (I believe it was from Epson).
Solved all my problems...Now I can read all different types of PC
formats on a modern peecee...
I know some of you all loathe eBay, so ignore if appropriate. For the
rest, I've decided life is going too fast as it is, and this 3B2 is not
getting high enough priority to stay here. So, to someone else it will
Feel free to ask questions if needed.
I am looking for the Harris Semiconductor Analog databook. Do you still
have the books you posted on the internet a couple of years ago? If you
do, please reply this email. Thank you.
A manual from Microdata Training and Product Support titled:
Reality 8000 PEP Series Introductory Manual.
It's in fair shape, 48 pages and punched for a 3 ring binder.
E-Mail me off list if you'd like this.
Nope. I paid about $10 for it and I am really happy with it. My
computer can only support one floppy drive and it still works like a
champ! I don't think I can read both floppy drives at the same time
though, but who cares. I can now read all those old disks I have and on
a modern PC nonetheless.