It's Baaack! The "complete"ly trashed out HP1000F

From: Bob Shannon <>
Date: Sat Feb 5 15:22:52 2005

For an F-series you really need 256K words or more.
I don't think RTE-M supported the F series, but I suppose it could.

But a reasonable 21MX configuration should have at least 128 K words.

----- Original Message -----
From: "Jay West" <>
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Sent: Saturday, February 05, 2005 8:54 AM
Subject: Re: It's Baaack! The "complete"ly trashed out HP1000F

> Joe wrote...
>> The "complete" F series HP 1000 that's missing the Floating Point Unit
>> that makes it and F series to begin with. Also missing all the interface
>> cards except two and it's anybodies guess as to what cards are in (or NOT
>> in!) the CPU. Just looked again and it has ONE 64k memory card. Whoppee
> He also has the DCPC card installed in the wrong slot. That may cause a
> problem ;) However, he does list exactly what cards are in the unit. And
> 64K is plenty of ram typically. I've got quite a few usefull HP boxes with
> 8K or 16K ram.
> Jay
Received on Sat Feb 05 2005 - 15:22:52 GMT

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