Seattle Computer CPU Module

From: Allison J Parent <>
Date: Sat Jun 7 23:13:58 1997

> > This info was obtained second hand from a guy I bought a bunch of
> > SCP stuff from. Apparently a one-time friend of his work for them.
> > Thus - this could be wrong. SCP made at least six models of computer
> > the first being Z80 machines which ran CP/M, the next few being 8086
> > based which ran CPM-86 or SCP-DOS (which I'm pretty sure is MS-DOS
> > 1.0 or the immediate prdecessor purchased by MS). The last were 8088
> I never knew they called it SCP-DOS. All I ever heard it called was
> "QDOS" -- Quick & Dirty Operating System, basically a crude CP/M clone.
> --
> Ward Griffiths
> "America is at that awkward stage. It's too late to work within
> the system, but too early to shoot the bastards." --Claire Wolfe


 New here but here goes...

The module was a "upgrade product for those wating a 8088 and having only
z80 cpu. By unplugging the z80 and putting in the card you could run 16bit

qdos was not a clone it was and outright disassembly of CP/M80 v1.4 and
reassembly to 8086/8.

Received on Sat Jun 07 1997 - 23:13:58 BST

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