HELP!!! Apple IIe - doesn't work!

From: Alexios Chouchoulas <>
Date: Tue May 27 02:07:08 1997

On Tue, 27 May 1997, Mr. Self Destruct wrote:

> About 5 feet of disks (apple II) of which about 25 or so were CP/M (?)

  CP/M disks? Ooh, wish I had those for my IIe... I have a Microsoft SoftCard IIe
(brilliant product, btw) but the CP/M boot disks for it are gone. I really
should talk to Don Maslin, I suppose.

  And how do you measure disks in feet? Side by side? :-)

> About 10 feet of books including (and I don't know why) users manuals and
> tape software for an "Epson HX20 Notebook Computer" (didn't get the
> computer tho :( looks neat no the cover)

  Oh yeah! Pity you didn't get the computer. It was a really good machine
(for its time). You can see some detailed information about it at:

Btw, your Apple is indeed pretty meaty. :-) I'm sorry I can't provide any
actual help (despite being an Apple user of old). Oh, the "punch-out" covers
at the back weren't punch-out. They had little plastic plugs you could put
back if you wanted (though, from my experience, you wouldn't -- in fact
you'd add a fan to the thing so it wouldn't overheat).

Good luck with it! It's a wonderful machine.

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