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... them from others of their type. A small number of machines stand out as different.... Two machines (Kaypro IV and TRS-80 Model 100) are notable in that they have name tags still attached. Presumable ...
...  This happened to me recently with a TRS-80 Model 1.  In the time I have had the machine it has been very reliable.  I pulled it out of storage after 6 months to do some testing with the ...
... WD-1793 Floppy Disk controller, I replaced the Kaypro WD-1793 with a known good part from a TRS-80 Model 3 The known good WD-1793 worked fine in the Kaypro which was a big relief.  Not sure if ...
Following on from the post about the Model 4 FreHD installation, here are a few pictures showing the installation of a FreHD Hard Disk Emulator in my TRS-80 Model 4P. The mounting chassis is the ...
A few pictures showing the installation of a FreHD Hard Disk Emulator in one of my TRS-80 Model 4's. The mounting chassis is the frame from a dead Seagate ST4766N hard drive.  I picked ...
... as follows: For use in the Kaypro 4/83 (81-240-n) and possibly the Kaypro II - still to be confirmed. Single board solution that provides a TRS-80 Model III/4 style 50 pin bus for connection ...
The thing that struck me when I initially got involved with Fred Vecoven to test the FreHD was the potential for the device to be used on machines other than the TRS-80.   The FreHD emulates ...
The Dick Smith System 80 was a TRS-80 Model 1 clone that was popular in New Zealand and Australia in the early 1980's. While the machine was largely software compatible, it is a different hardware ...
With the success of the FreHD on the TRS-80 Model III and 4 it was time to start testing on the Model 1. The first step was finding a Model 1 and Expansion Interface.  While they may ...
The TRS-80 Model 4 is regarded by many as one of the pinacles of Z80 development and as a lucky owner of several of these machines I do what I can to keep them operating, to supplement their capabilities ...
... some interesting images of the internals of the TRS-80 Model 4. New header on the mainboard for the serial board connection Non-standard header for the floppy drive controller connection ...
... and I think subsequently sold to Basic Payrolls in Newmarket who did a lot of bureau payroll processing using TRS-80's in the late 80's. I worked for Porterfield Computers as a holiday job in 1985/86 ...

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