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1. RC2014 - Part 1
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A quick introduction if you are reading this and have never heard of the RC2014…. it is a kit computer created by Spencer Owen and available from https://rc2014.co.uk.  Notes on the history of ...
The S100 Computers site (www.s100computers.com) has a range of new S100 bus designs and from time to time, PCB's are made available to the site community. I ordered their Z80 Single Board Computer ...
3. A Pile of Kaypro
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From time to time I hear about someone who has enough retrocomputers and isn't looking for any more.  I am trying to be like that person but it doesn't always work out, particularly when you try ...
I am a collector of 70’s and 80’s vintage personal computers.  Of many of the machines acquired over the years, I have no knowledge of their history or previous owners. I know nothing of how they ...
If you have been involved with retrocomputers for any time, the chances are very high that a machine that worked perfectly when last used has now developed a new fault (or two or more.....).   ...
In the earlier post I wrote about testing an SD-Systems SBC-200 single board computer for the S-100 bus using my Northstar Horizon mainframe. The end result of that testing was that the board seemed ...
One of the challenges with retro-computing is knowing which of the many new/untested components you are trying is causing the headache. My friend Philip was having just this problem with his SD-Systems ...
Restoring vintage computers is sure to mean dealing with old EPROMs.   Many restorers have a modern EPROM programmer (i.e it was cheap, made in China and I got it on eBay) or two but there ...
19. DECUS NOPSIG Posters
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The following DECUS NOPSIG posters were produced around 1990.  I was recent given copies in perfect condition so have uploaded them to archive.org as TIFF files suitable for reprinting. Click ...
In mid 2015 I was lucky enough to acquire a Northstar Horizon computer from a fellow collector who was disposing of his equipment.   After seeing my father work with MDL (MicroProcessor ...
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