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  1. TheRealAnubis

    Toshiba T100 - the US counterpart to the Japanese Pasopia

    Thank you! Any info we have on getting a monitor to work would be great - the composite out is black & white only and was there to connect a green monitor. Here's some info from the notes section of the Owner's Manual that Mark uploaded to IA:
  2. TheRealAnubis

    Toshiba T100 - the US counterpart to the Japanese Pasopia

    I can't swear that it will work as I don't have one (monitor or Amstrad/Sinclair), but I got some info from a person on Discord "CJS" that is living in Japan at this time, and he provided this, which is from a site about Japanese computers. I edited out the DIN plugs that aren't the ones on the...
  3. TheRealAnubis

    Toshiba T100 - the US counterpart to the Japanese Pasopia

    There is another Owner's Manual posted with a section for the monitor with some good info like monitor pinout conversion to IBM, etc. https://archive.org/details/toshiba-t-100-owners-manual There's a Technical Reference Manual: https://archive.org/details/toshiba-t-100-tech-ref-eng And also...
  4. TheRealAnubis

    Toshiba T100 - the US counterpart to the Japanese Pasopia

    I've just uploaded the Owner's Manual with Floppy instructions, and the Programmer's Reference Manual to the Internet Archive: https://archive.org/details/toshiba-t-100-manuals/Toshiba%20T100%20Owners%20Manual/ Happy computing!
  5. TheRealAnubis

    Toshiba T100 - the US counterpart to the Japanese Pasopia

    I've been translating a Japanese technical manual looking at the pinouts, etc. I'll see if I can match this picture with what I find in the book - Thanks!
  6. TheRealAnubis

    Toshiba T100 - the US counterpart to the Japanese Pasopia

    I'm also considering dumping the ROMS in it, but I've never done that before, so any tips would be appreciated!
  7. TheRealAnubis

    Toshiba T100 - the US counterpart to the Japanese Pasopia

    I'm posting about this here and on Vogons hoping to get some information from these two massive groups. I've been scouring the internet since I ended up with a Toshiba T-100. It's a pretty nice little machine, really, but there's not a lot of usable information online about it. Maybe it didn't...
  8. TheRealAnubis

    Accessing filesystems on CP/M disks.

    Hi all, I know this thread is pretty old, but wanted to mention on here that Chuck at Sydex is no longer selling 22Disk as of January, 2022. I emailed him to get a copy registered on that date and got that info, but the shareware version was recommended for my needs (Osborne 1), and it worked...
  9. TheRealAnubis

    Where to get SD2IEC in the states?

    I bought one from Koolstar42 and the price was very reasonable. It works great as well. It doesn't have the a serial pass through port, though - but it's solid!
  10. TheRealAnubis

    Apple IIgs Dyna Comp LR 38879 power supply recap questions....

    Very strange. I'll just put up the PDFs then for you - the parts list is an .RTF file, and this won't allow me to attach that one. Well, maybe I could make it a PDF as well. Let's see:
  11. TheRealAnubis

    Apple IIgs Dyna Comp LR 38879 power supply recap questions....

    Ok, so I got this power supply in an Apple IIe platinum machine. The machine wouldn't power on, just flicker the power light and the LED on the mainboard. There were several cards in the IIe. I pulled the supply out and tried a working supply and the machine started right up. So I had this...
  12. TheRealAnubis

    Apple IIgs Dyna Comp LR 38879 power supply recap questions....

    Yep - two beeps on the diode check with a reading of .002, which is the same as touching the leads together. I tested that same diode on a working power supply and it's the same reading.
  13. TheRealAnubis

    Apple IIgs Dyna Comp LR 38879 power supply recap questions....

    Hi - I always take a pic before I do the work, and I replaced all the caps on the board, including the RIFAs. I've checked the polarity against the original picture, and also the schematics, and they're in as they were originally. I just opened the .7z file and all the files inside opened...
  14. TheRealAnubis

    Apple IIgs Dyna Comp LR 38879 power supply recap questions....

    Hi, I just put them up in a .7Z file on my domain - you can just right-click and select Save As - not sure why everything is coming up as 'unsafe' anymore - it's the site of my 30 year old webpage, mostly.. : http://eanubis.net/Dynacomp/DynaComp_schematics.7z Any ideas with my voltages and...
  15. TheRealAnubis

    Apple IIgs Dyna Comp LR 38879 power supply recap questions....

    Hi - the Apple part number is 699-0133. I found some reverse engineered ones that look pretty good for the DynaComp LR38879.
  16. TheRealAnubis

    Where to get SD2IEC in the states?

    I'm only at 9 posts, so I can't PM yet - but this is 10 so!! :)
  17. TheRealAnubis

    Where to get SD2IEC in the states?

    Hi - Do you still have this available? I have a friend that I gave a C64 to so he could try some 6502 programming, but I need one of these so he can get some stuff loaded up as well! Thanks!
  18. TheRealAnubis

    Joysticks or Keyboard re-mapping program available for Macintosh Plus OS 6?

    Hi all, I'm working with a Mac+ and I was wondering if there was a program to remap the keyboard keys (for playing games), or a way to use a joystick - especially if the inputs could be mapped to keyboard keys. Thanks!
  19. TheRealAnubis

    Apple IIgs Dyna Comp LR 38879 power supply recap questions....

    Ok: Pin 5 = -12.14 Pin 6 = -4.99 Pin 3 = 1.44 Pin 4 = 7.39 The diode marked on the board showed short, but was good when taken out of the circuit - this is the same in the working PS I have.
  20. TheRealAnubis

    Apple IIgs Dyna Comp LR 38879 power supply recap questions....

    Same symptoms (flashing power and board LEDs), leaky metal caps, tried a working PSU and it boots fine. With it clicking and flashing the LEDS on the IIe, I didn't leave it on long enough to check voltages. $12 bucks wasn't too bad for all the caps and the RIFA's, actually..
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