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Build your own Microcomputer in .pdf

Aaron Teeling

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Help!

This happens when I'm in a rush.

I bought all the components for Walter Fullers 8088 Single Board Computer project outlined in his book: Build Your Own Microcomputer (ISBN 0827370695). Taped it up in a box.

Packed it in the duffle and promptly caught my next ship. I opened the box and realized grabbed the wrong book.

Does anyone have a .pdf copy of this text? My copy is sitting on the desk (so I won't forget to pack it) at home.

Aaron
 

nickaws

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Help!

This happens when I'm in a rush.

I bought all the components for Walter Fullers 8088 Single Board Computer project outlined in his book: Build Your Own Microcomputer (ISBN 0827370695). Taped it up in a box.

Packed it in the duffle and promptly caught my next ship. I opened the box and realized grabbed the wrong book.

Does anyone have a .pdf copy of this text? My copy is sitting on the desk (so I won't forget to pack it) at home.

Aaron
Hi Aaron

I have been looking for a few months for a hard copy. Would you be willing to lend me or sell me yours? I can either scan or take photos of it to make it available afterwards, and obviously return it undamaged, I'll cover the shipping costs (I'm on Canada)

Thanks
 

ajacocks

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mmruzek

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This book is great! I recently wanted to add serial and parallel ports to my homebrew stack computer and the no-nonsense "here's how to do it" explanations had me up and running in no time using the venerable 8255 and 8251 IC's.
 
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