Model 100 DVI drive

From: M H Stein <>
Date: Sun Feb 2 03:28:19 2003

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Date: Wed, 29 Jan 2003 10:03:19 -0800 (PST)
From: "Fred Cisin (XenoSoft)" <>
Subject: Re: Model 100 DVI drive

On Tue, 28 Jan 2003, M H Stein wrote:
> Hi Rich:
> I can't answer your question, but I do have a DVI and the manual and s/w,
> if that can help you in any way. It runs CP/M IIRC.
> And if anybody's interested, make me an offer...
> mike in Toronto, Can.

Could you check the manual, and confirm that it runs CP/M?

All of the ones that we've ever seen ran a unique OS, with a
directory structure based on the Microsoft stand-alone-BASIC.

A CP/M for it would significantly increase the desirability of it.
Well, as I've mentioned here previously, I have some serious problems
with my memory, so my recollection is probably faulty, and I'm certainly
not about to argue with you, Fred. Alas, another aspect of this memory
problem is that I can't remember where a lot of stuff is any more (although
that's always been a problem :), so I haven't been able to find the
manual yet. I have found the DVI & boot diskette though, and after a half
hour search, the 100 and its user and tech manuals but, alas, not the
100>DVI cable. If & when I find either the DVI manual or the cable, I'll
check it out & let you know, but you're probably right.

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