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8GB (12995) vs 8GB 2012

gkaiseril

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gkaiseril Gold Member Nikonian since 28th Oct 2005
Thu 15-Mar-12 08:36 PM

In micro computers, try a Processor Technology Sol 20 with cassette tapes, but upgrade to ThinkerToys 8" Single Sided Single Density floppy disk and the CP/M Operating system.

For the bigger units, Control Data 160A. Boot up required entering bootstrap program through the console to read the paper tape needed to boot the the 10.5 inch 9 track tape drives.

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