Quote:> I noticed that on the portable disk drive that goes with the 100/102/200
> it uses an RS-232 cable. Can you access this drive on any computer that
> has an RS-232 port? If so, what commands do you invoke? Can you use a
> terminal program to do this?
There's a software product, Lapdos II, available from Club 100 which
enables your PC to read, write, and format Tandy M100 family disks. I'm
not sure exactly how it works, but I suspect it simply configures the COM
serial port for the appropriate baud rates, and sends commands and receives
data in the appropriate way. Someone teased out what the commands are, but
it's probably less agravation to order Lapdos for $39. Club 100 is at
(510) 939-1246 BBS modem, (510) 932-8856 voice, P.O. Box 23438 Pleasant
Hill, CA 94523-0438.
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lead to more empty-headedness or to a career in politics"
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