Apple IIe memory board

From: Gary Hildebrand <>
Date: Mon Mar 4 09:39:39 2002

Louis Schulman wrote:
> On Sun, 3 Mar 2002 19:27:20 +0000 (UTC), Sellam Ismail wrote:
> #On Sun, 3 Mar 2002, Gary Hildebrand wrote:
> #
> #> Trying to figure out what this one is:
> #>
> #> I think it is an Apple built memory board, has two rows of ram chips, 32
> #> total, PLCC custom chip and a 24 pin (rom?) chip at the bafk end of the
> #> board. Number silk screened is 670-0024-A
> #
> #Are you sure it's for the //e? The only memory boards that I know Apple
> #made were for the //gs (if you don't count the 16K "Language Card" and the
> #expanded 80 column text card).
> Yes, this is for the //e. It is the 1 meg slinky memory board. ProDos will automatically recognize it as a 1 meg ram disk in whatever slot it is in. Appleworks will also
> use it automatically, as will a few other programs.
> It is great for file transfers, since there is no delay waiting for a physical drive. Very useful.
> You guys made me pull the top off my //e to check the card. I just couldn't take it any more.
> Louis

Well that sounds right . . . but it is full of 4164 chips, and a couple
of 41256's I guesstimated that it was 256k. If it were 1 meg it would
be all 256k x 1 chips.

I'll do some research and see exactly what is going on here.

Gary HIldebrand, Apple IIe newbie

St. Joseph, MO
Received on Mon Mar 04 2002 - 09:39:39 GMT

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