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Mid Atlantic 8-Bit ISA Cards — I/O and Central Point Floppy — FREE !!

Covers: New York, Pensylvania, New Jersey, Delaware, Virginia, Maryland and Washington DC.

herbray

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I have two I/O cards: one is serial port, and the other is serial/parallel. This is way back from my IMB PC-XT days.

Also, I have the original "Option Boards" from Central Point Software. These were used to back up copy-protected disks in conjunction with their PC Tools software.

I'm in Manhattan. You can come and pick them up.

I'll be happy to ship, but you will have to pay for shipping.
 

twolazy

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I'm interested in the Option Board if you are willing to ship to Chicagoland. Have some old copy protected games that I would love to backup.
 

herbray

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Well, it turns out that I have two Option Boards: one from 1985, and one from 1988. The one from 1988 is a bit smaller (more compact). Both are ISA.

I didn't realize that there would be this much interest in them so, in the interest of fairness, I will be happy to give them to two different guys. Just tell me your preference as to which board you want. (First come, first serve.)

I make no assertions as to the readability of the floppy disks. I no longer have any equipment on which to attempt to read them.

— Herb
 

maxtherabbit

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Well, it turns out that I have two Option Boards: one from 1985, and one from 1988. The one from 1988 is a bit smaller (more compact). Both are ISA.

I didn't realize that there would be this much interest in them so, in the interest of fairness, I will be happy to give them to two different guys. Just tell me your preference as to which board you want. (First come, first serve.)

I make no assertions as to the readability of the floppy disks. I no longer have any equipment on which to attempt to read them.

— Herb
Awesome! I think I'd prefer the 1988 version but I will defer to twolazy on his preference since he posted first
 
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