Info wanted on MicroBuffer MII+ by Practical Peripherals

Info wanted on MicroBuffer MII+ by Practical Peripherals

Post by David E A Wils » Sat, 21 May 1994 16:37:53

I have just been given one of these cards (with no manual) and would like
to know what the various switch settings mean (SW1-1 through SW1-6 & the jumper
marked 123 - I think I can guess what SER/PAR and RST mean). My card has only
two MK4564 chips - can I take it that these are just 4164 64kx1 chips? Thanks.

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I just came into posession of one of these little beasts.  Unfortunately all I
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appears to be Thunderclock compatible because Prodos recognizes it straight
away.   I've located some images of the Thunderclock disks which i'll have to
move to real 5.25 disks when i get a free moment but what i'd really like is
the software that came with that card.  If anyone has a copy of the disks they
could e-mail me it would be much appreciated.  A copy (photocopy) of the manual
for it would also be nice to have..  At minimum i'd like to know what the
swiches on the card are used for.


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