I'm cleaning house and have the following equipment available. I thought
I'd post it and see if there was any interest. If not, then onto ebay.
1). Intel ICE196PC (80C196 Emulator) installed in a Compaq Portable III PC
(80386/20) with an Intel HEC Educational Demo board that lets you experiment
with the software and emulator. This is a complete kit, with all the
compilers, linker, locator, etc. It passes all diagnostics. The Compaq is
386/20 CPU, 42Mb Drive, 3072Kb of RAM. Everything runs under DOS. This
comes with 196PC manual, diskette and CD with all the compilers.
2). Two Intel VLSICE96 Emulators (last ones with bondout chips). These pass
some tests and fail others. This is not a clear indication that the
emulator bondout chips are bad. Intel made many changes to the diagnostic
software and the PAL's on the Crystal Power Accessory (Test module for
Confidence tests). I don't have the information or the time to test. So
these are buyer beware. I have one complete manual and diskettes. I can
also supply all the compilers.
Also note that the VLSICE96 emulator software used software timing loops
(Intel was dumb) so you can only run these emulators on
8088/8086/80286/80386 PC's, those without internal cache memory. Slowing
modern CPU's with caches does not remedy the problem. So if your interested
make sure you have an appropriatly older PC.
Please email me directly if your interested in any of the above.