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PS1

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Mar 18, 2004
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Huddersfield UK
Commodore
16 (working)

64 (working) with lots of software

600+HD working and boots from its hard drive so i assume its ok
600 standard loads of games works when it feels like it (project)
500 with ram expansion not sure how much but its a nice machine.
+ original green screen/colour switchable monitor.

Acorn
Electron with all manuals and games works as good as the day my dad got me it great little machines.

A3010 working condition with mouse and software.

RISC pc 32mb ram 56 x speed cd rom really fast little machine.A7000

A4000 boots too risc os so i presume it works cant test i dont have a mouse or keyboard for it odd connectors :(

Sinclair Spectrum 16k little bit scruffy but its complete with manuals and it works.


Amstrad

CPC 128k working with colour monitor (no tv tuner)

2 word processors/home pcs with green screens.( models escape me)


PCs and stuff

Compaq deskpro 8086 386 486

house brick laptop 286 ( weighs a tonne) :D

compaq pesario AMD k6 2 500mhz

Compaq presario AMD athalon processor 120 gb hd etc ( my main computer used as my server and general work horse) (love it)
couple of 486 computers one just a base the other is one with the computer in the monitor.

IBM PC 8086 original with 2 5 and a half inch floppys with interchangeable
20mb hard drive
running dos 2 i think ???
totally imaculate ex business machine with all its software
2 ibm ps2's both dead.... hard drives gone and one has a faulty motherboard.........will sort them one day.

I also have loads of other part built pcs 486 to pentium class.

one is a strange one i got from work has 166mhz pentium on a plug in isa card that also houses the memory slots and connectors.
will only run 3.1 if you try 95 or 98 they both load up but crash on boot up
with some strange errors.
nice odd machine to have though.

Applemac
have a couple of early macs (again models escape me)

then loads of software on 5 and half inch and standard floppy plus a full set of eighties computer magazines.

i keep adding all the time i really enjoy the hobby :D
 

Erik

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That's a very nice collection!

The IBM PC was an 8088 based machine, btw, but there's not much difference (except the data path) between that and the 8086.

Erik
 

PS1

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Huddersfield UK
Eric you got me thinking so went up in my loft to look its an 8088 manufactured in 1985.

bit of useless information they where actually assembled in greenock
scotland.
 
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