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    IBM PC 5150 fun

    I would think this forum is a great way to find that buyer you're looking for. I'd suggest you follow @VeryVon 's suggestion and make a new post with the intent to sell in the "For Sale or Trade" area. You can re-post all the info and photos there, and there'll be more buyers/sellers in that...
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    IBM PC 5150 fun

    Well, if I were to make an offer, I don't think I'd make a lowball one. And even if I didn't make an offer, I would think a lot of other people on this forum would appreciate the value of this hardware, too. Besides, if Jimmc sells it on eBay, eBay takes around ~12% of the selling price. But I...
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    IBM PC 5150 fun

    Since I'm interested in buying one, would you consider selling it to me? Send me a private message and we could go from there?
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    IBM PC 5150 fun

    I recently started rekindling my interest in '80s/'90s PCs. A few days ago, I decided to look around for 5150 schematics. I was pleased to find the 5150 technical reference at minuszerodegrees.net, and even more pleased to find a complete set of logic diagrams in there. I spent much of the day...
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    Code review for first 8086 game

    Thanks for all the tips (y) (y)
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    Code review for first 8086 game

    carlos12, thank you very much for your review. Those are all helpful points and I'll take them into consideration. The stosw/lodsw recommendations are helpful. I just didn't think about using them, but they would have made writing those routines less awkward. Do you have any opinion on the...
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    Code review for first 8086 game

    Hello, this is my first post on this forum. I'm starting to learn x86 assembly language and just finished my first game in 8086 assembly. It's a simple pong clone for DOS in 40x25 text mode, assembled with the A86 assembler. I would appreciate it if someone would give me a code review so I can...
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