Gibsaw wrote:"Not a IIgs", "Applesoft", "Lower Case" and "64k".
Gibsaw wrote:you're talking a IIe only really.
Gibsaw wrote:Put a number on it and see who bites.
Gibsaw wrote:If Ron's machine on TM has more than you want
Gibsaw wrote:there's a thread "Collection for Sale". The thread is old, but it's still active
Gibsaw wrote:there's nothing quite like debugging a software virtual with register and memory displays to nail down a real problem
tezza wrote:Thinking back when I was playing with my own Apples I'm pretty sure you can just use a colour TV with a composite video input for this though. It's not as nice as a "green screen" but the latter are becoming quite rare.
RonTurner wrote:You can run an Apple //e through your TV they have composite video out
RonTurner wrote:The best way to get images across to a //e is with those SD-Card drive emulators ( CFFA3000 ),
RonTurner wrote:Watch those clones, I have Sundox (//e clone) and some games don't work at all
Matt wrote:Has anyone done this:
http://adtpro.sourceforge.net/bootstrap ... rial_Drive ?
Antiphrasis wrote:Looks like I have two Apple IIe's (not platinum) one with two drives, the other with a single. Both are currently not powering up as the PSU's have lost their magic smoke. However the dual disk drive one Gibsaw mentioned did power on before the PSU went. Was planning to pop them up on TM soon, I was thinking of starting them at $150-175 each to see if I get any bites but I'll consider any offers.
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