On 29/07/2012 13:27, Liam Proven wrote:
On 28 July 2012 14:48, Peter Van Peborgh <peter at
1987 vintage. I have this one in beautiful
condition, although batteries may be tired.
Does anyone out there have a functioning system disk for its drive A? The ones I have are
duff or not the correct type of disk - difficult to tell. DOS 3.3 is the revision of DOS
It should not /require/ MS-DOS 3.3, although that will give you more
free memory than anything else on an 8086.
MS-DOS, PC-DOS & DR-DOS will all work.
NB you probably need to use 720K DD floppies, *not* 1.4MB HD ones.
You do need 720K DD. They all came with MS-DOS so there shouldn't be any
licence issues. I used to have one of these so I probably have the boot
disks some where, and will happily send a copy if no one else can sort
you out. However I am in the UK and I don't know where they are so it
may take a day or two to sort. Let me know if you don't get sorted and
I'll fish it out...
Dave Wade G4UGM
Illegitimi Non Carborundum