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New Donation: Hardital Bang 2082 and Logica Kick Mouse

August 30th, 2013 No comments

I thank a friend for the donation.

Donated items:

  • Hardital (Italy) Bang 2082.
    • This is a Accelerator expansion for Amiga 500/2000 with a 68020 @ 14.3 MHz (synchronous) and a optional FPU up to 68882 @ 25 MHz (asynchronous).
  • Logica (Italy) Kick Mouse.
    • Kickstart Switcher 2.0

New Donation: Microsoft Xbox (chipped) + RGB + Compatible Joypad

August 14th, 2013 No comments
New Donation - Microsoft Xbox (chipped) + RGB + Compatible Joypad
I thank my dear friend for the donation of the Microsoft Xbox (chipped) + RGB Video Cable and a Compatible Joypad

A large donation of Z80 (CPU/CTC) and TTL 74XXX Series

June 7th, 2013 No comments

Today a friend, that i thank him immensely, gave me a large amount of chips.

The donation amounts to:

  • 70+ Z80 CPU.
  • 14+ Z80 CTC (Counter / Timer Channels)
  • 200+ 74XXX TTL chips.

VIC-20 Cartridges: Jupiter Lander (Boxed) & The Sky is Falling (Boxed)

May 10th, 2013 No comments

I thank my dear friend for the donation of the Cartridges for Commodore VIC-20.

Sega SC-3000 Basic Level III B Cartridge

May 10th, 2013 1 comment

I thank my dear friend for the donation of the BASIC cartridge for my Sega SC-3000.

Commodore CBM 8250 & CBM 8296 Motherboards for Spare Parts

May 10th, 2013 No comments

I thank my dear friend for the donation of the motherboards.

  • Commodore Dual Drive Floppy Disk CBM 8250
  • Commodore CBM 8296

Commodore VC-1541 Repaired & Aligned

April 6th, 2013 No comments

I have repaired an Commodore VC-1541 Floppy Drive donated by Alessio. The Floppy Drive doesn’t take any commands via IEC.

The components that have been replaced are:

  • 1 x 7406
  • 1 x 74LS14

New Donation: Commodore VC-1541 to Repair + Klain Tape + Some IC.

April 4th, 2013 No comments

Material donated:

  • Commodore VC-1541 (need to fix it)
  • Microcomputer Data Recorder Klain for Commodore 64/VIC20/PET.
  • Some IC.

Thanks Alessio for the donation.

New donation: Super Riteman C+ a Printer for C64/128

March 5th, 2013 No comments
Super Riteman C+

Autopsy:

Super Riteman C+ is a Printer for Commodore 64/128 donated by Damiano Colombari (Manosoft). Thanks Damiano.

Donation of the sunday (Commodore 1085S and Amiga 500)

February 24th, 2013 No comments

Material donated:

  • Commodore Monitor 1085S (The 1085(S) is a cost-reduced version of the 1084, with lower resolution (.52 mm dot pitch) and no non-glare screen treatment.)
  • Commodore Amiga 500 + 512k Expansion.

New donations: Intellivision + Boxed Games / SX64 Manual / TV +4 …

February 17th, 2013 No comments

Today a friend has donated to me some nice things. Thanks Damiano (Manosoft).

Things that have been donated:

  • Commodore SX64 Manual.
  • TV +4 Pong Clone.
  • PCB Multi Kernel C64/C64C Switch.
  • PCB Universal PLA Adapter.
  • Atmel 27C512 PROM 70ns.
  • Some DIMM Memory (256mb and 512mb)
  • Mattel Intellivision.
  • Mattel Intellivision Boxed Games:
    • Football.
    • Advanced Dungeons & Dragons.
    • Skiing.
    • Maze-A-Tron.
    • Sea Battle.
    • Tennis.
    • Basketball.

CMS NB386SX20-40 (IBM PC Compatible)

September 30th, 2012 No comments
CMS NB386SX20-40

Autopsy:

The CMOS battery is exhausted, the Hard Disk is deceased.

Thanks to Damiano (Manosoft) for his donation.

from Wikipedia:

IBM PC compatible computers are those generally similar to the original IBM PC, XT, and AT. Such computers used to be referred to as PC clones, or IBM clones. They duplicated almost exactly all the significant features of the PC architecture, facilitated by various manufacturers’ ability to reverse engineer the BIOS using a “clean room design” technique. Columbia Data Products built the first clone of the IBM personal computer by a clean room implementation of its BUTTOX.

Many early IBM PC compatibles used the same computer bus as the original PC and AT models. The IBM AT compatible bus was later named the Industry Standard Architecture bus by manufacturers of compatible computers. The term “IBM PC compatible” is now a historical description only, since IBM has ended its personal computer sales.

Descendants of the IBM PC compatibles comprise the majority of personal computers on the market presently, although interoperability with the bus structure and peripherals of the original PC architecture may be limited or non-existent.

source: wikipedia

Donation: Apple Power Mac G4 (MDD / M8570)

September 9th, 2012 No comments
Apple Power Mac G4 (MDD / M8570)

Autopsy:

from Wikipedia:

The Power Mac G4 was a series of personal computers that was designed, manufactured, and sold by Apple between 1999 and 2004.

They used the PowerPC G4 (PPC74xx) series of microprocessors. They were heralded by Apple to be the first personal supercomputers, reaching speeds of 4 to 20 Gigaflops. They were both the last Macintoshes to boot natively into Classic Mac OS and the first to boot exclusively into Mac OS X.

The original Apple Power Mac G4, code name “Yikes!”, was introduced at the Seybold conference in San Francisco on August 31, 1999, with 400 MHz, 450 MHz and 500 MHz configurations available. In October 1999, Apple was forced to postpone the 500 MHz because of poor yield of the 500 MHz chips. In response, Apple “speed dumped” the processor speed in each configuration by 50 MHz but caused some controversy by not decreasing the price of the machines.

Another generation of Apple Power Mac G4s were introduced on August 13, 2002, featuring both a new Xserve-derived DDR motherboard architecture and a new case design, known as “Mirrored Drive Doors” (MDD). All models were available in dual processor configurations running at 867 MHz, 1 GHz or 1.25 GHz. As with the Xserves, the PowerPC 7455 CPU used does not have a DDR frontside bus, meaning the CPU could only use at most 50% of the new system’s theoretical memory bandwidth, providing no improvement over previous models. The rest was available to the graphics card and I/O systems. A dual processor 1.25 GHz model would be the last Power Mac G4 the company offered to the public after the announcement of the new Power Mac G5, introduced in June 2003.

source: wikipedia

New donations – C128 / C1571 / CD32 Games / Snes RGB Cable

February 5th, 2012 No comments

Today a friend has donated to me some nice things. Thanks Damiano (Manosoft).

Things that have been donated:

  • Commodore 2 x C2N.
  • Amiga CD32 Games (Rise of the Robots / Brutal Football)
  • Super Nintendo/Snes RGB  Cable with AV Power Switch.
  • Commodore 128 (Only Box)
  • Commodore 1571 (Only Box)
  • A unopened box of 10 Floppy Disk FujiFilm 5″ 1/4
  • Catalog of Jackson 1987-88.

New donations – Spectrum +2 Boxed / Joy CD32 / C2N old model

January 13th, 2012 No comments

Today a friend has donated to me some nice things. Thanks Damiano (Manosoft).

Things that have been donated:

  • Sinclair ZX Spectrum +2 Boxed.
  • Commodore CD32 Joypad Brand new.
  • VIC-20 Expansion Cartridge.
  • Commodore C2N old model.
  • Joystick Microswitch – The Bug from Cheetah.