Hardware interfacing with the Apple II Plus

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Prentice-Hall , Englewood Cliffs, N.J
Computer interfaces -- Experiments., Apple II Plus (Computer) -- Experim
StatementJohn E. Uffenbeck.
SeriesPrentice-Hall series in personal computing
Classifications
LC ClassificationsTK7887.5 .U326 1983
The Physical Object
Paginationx, 238 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3161413M
ISBN 10013383851X, 0133838447
LC Control Number83003186

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Apple II Plus name plate – Photo credit: Yuji Takahashi’s Apple-II Tree. Other changes included in the Apple II Plus motherboard included those that had previously been made between Revision 0 and Revision 1 boards, as mentioned in Chapter 4.

FIRMWARE. More important than the minor hardware Hardware interfacing with the Apple II Plus book, however, were the changes in the ROM code. what the symbols mean. The hardware and software in this book will run on Apple® II, II +, and Ile** computers.

THE HARDWARE This book will not attempt to duplicate or replace the vast amount of technical information and specifications already contained in your Apple Reference Manual.

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Instead, we will indicate which. The Apple II (stylized as apple ][) is an 8-bit home computer and one of the world's first highly successful mass-produced microcomputer products.

It was designed primarily by Steve Wozniak; Steve Jobs oversaw the development of the Apple II's foam-molded plastic case and Rod Holt developed the switching power supply. It was introduced by Jobs and Wozniak at the West Coast Computer.

I’m pretty sure that behavior is normal and is a limitation of the Apple II hardware. When booting, the Apple II can only check drive 1 for a slot, not drive 2.

When you connect the Floppy Emu daisy-chained to a drive, then the drive will be slot 5 drive 1 and the Emu will be slot 5 drive 2. The Apple II Plus (stylized as Apple ][+ or apple ][ plus) is the second model of the Apple II series of personal computers produced by Apple Computer, Inc.

It was sold from June to December ApproximatelyII Pluses were sold during its four years in. An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip.

Video An illustration of an audio speaker. User manual for the utility software Apple-Cillin II Diagnostic Utility for Apple II or II Plus. Addeddate Coverleaf 0 Identifier (Hardware.

Apple II Plus Hardware : MB: 3 years ago Apple II power supply tech : KB: 9 years ago Apple II Service : KB: 1 decade ago Apple II Slot - : KB: 1 decade ago Apple Interface Manual pdf: MB: 1 decade ago Apple : MB: 6 years ago Apple Interfacing.

It's not the hardware, it's that it's a ProDOS device, so you could use the older versions of ProDOS with a 64K II Plus. If you want to use DOSthere is a utility called ProFix. though I don't recall exactly if that is a software change on the drive or a DOS environment with ProDOS overhead.

The Apple II series (trademarked with square brackets as "Apple ][" and rendered on later models as "Apple //") is a family of home computers, one of the first highly successful mass-produced microcomputer products, designed primarily by Steve Wozniak, manufactured by Apple Computer (now Apple Inc.), and launched in with the original Apple II.

Useful Modern Hardware For The Apple II. Displays. At some point in time you may need or want to update or replace your Apple II monitor. The original Apple II displays are by today’s standards heavy and bulky.

This means if you need one and can’t buy one locally, it’s going to cost to ship it to you. The Macintosh (commonly shortened to Mac since ) is a family of personal computers designed, manufactured, and sold by Apple Inc. since January The original Macintosh is the first successful mass-market personal computer to have featured a graphical user interface, built-in screen, and mouse.

Apple sold the Macintosh alongside its popular Apple II family of computers for almost ten. The Apple II and II plus keyboard socket has the following pinout. Double check your connections with an ohm meter prior to powering up.

Incorrect connections, especially to the volt pin can damage your adapter or the host computer. Be sure to check for shorts between adjacent connections. Specifically, what hardware do you use regularly for your Apple IIn.

I have going: Enhanced //e with 80 column/K Apple Color Monitor Apple Mouse Card 2x Disk ][s with Apples Disk Interface card Phasor sound card by AE CFFA with disk select switch and 4gb CF card with the entire Asimov arch.

If you are looking to purchase Apple II hardware, software, manuals or other Apple II-related materials, The Apple2OnlineStore, hosted byis an excellent place to check. Proceeds from sales go to support the operation & maintenance of this free website and keeps the site free of advertisers.

Together, GSport and Apple II Pi provide an immersive environment providing access to most of the Apple II hardware you own plus an accelerated ~20MHz with up to 8 MB RAM, and all the disk images you can fit on the SD card. Videos of Apple II Pi development. Videos of Apple II Pi in action.

Download the User Manual. FAQ. Manuals for the Apple Computer/Apple Inc. line of electronics and computers. Apple Inc. is an American multinational corporation headquartered in Cupertino, California, that designs, develops, and sells consumer electronics, computer software, and personal computers.

Its best-known hardware. In the `80s, the Apple was Microsoft and no book simplified programming better than Engelsher's. Decades from now, old technology books will be classics and certainly worth a pretty penny.

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Mike Willegal’s Brain Board – A build-it-yourself project for a card to put in an Apple II and allow hardware emulation of an Apple-1, complete with integrated Apple Cassette Interface and Apple BASIC.

Can load and run programs for the Apple-1 using the cassette interface of the Apple II. Apple II serial cards Last updated J This article is a sub-page of Apple II peripheral cards. Apple II serial cards primarily used the serial RS most often were used for communicating with printers, Modems, and less often for computer to computer data could be programmed to interface with any number of external devices which were RS compatible.

Your host computer schematics or hardware interfacing guide – Direction for connecting to Apple 1 or Apple II/II plus computers are provided in this manual 2. Additional Components (not included) PS/2 keyboard - The type with the smaller mini-DIN 6 connector is required.

Assembly Cookbook foor the Apple II IIE pdf: Computer Companion For The Apple II Apple IIe pdf: Enhancing Your Apple II Vol. 1 pdf: Free Software for your Apple pdf: GraphiCard Users Manual pdf: Hardware.

A former moderator for an Apple II group on Compuserve contributed his library of software to us. We have been going through the disks and, those we tested to boot and verified with Copy II Plus 9, putting up for sale in the Apple2OnlineStore those that work.

An Apple II computer with an external modem. The Apple II (stylized as apple ][) is an 8-bit home computer and one of the world's first highly successful mass-produced microcomputer products. [2] It was designed primarily by Steve Wozniak; Steve Jobs oversaw the development of the Apple II's foam-molded plastic case [3] and Rod Holt developed the switching power supply.

[4]. interface to the device to the Apple II that can be managed with a simple Apple II driver. Needless to say, for many devices the computer on the card that does this "virtualization" is much more advanced in its capabilities than the Apple II it connects to (which is ironic to purists.

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$ Time left: 3d 18h 15m. Apple II Plus. Inthe Apple II was slightly updated, becoming the "Apple II Plus". The hardware was nearly identical to the original Apple 2, however ROM upgrades gave the machine a more powerful floating point BASIC, an "AutoStart" feature which made the machine easier to boot up, more displayable colors and a couple of enhanced graphics modes.

The hardware component of the project is a "Controller Interface" based on a microcontroller that allows an Apple Disk II " disk drive to be connected via USB to a modern computer. Only Mac is currently supported, however it is expected ports of the project to X86 and Raspberry Pi (ARM) will be made available in the future.The Apple II (stylized as Apple ][) is an 8-bit home computer, one of the first highly successful mass-produced microcomputer products,4 designed primarily by Steve Wozniak (Steve Jobs oversaw the development of the Apple II's foam-molded plastic case5 and Rod Holt developed the switching power supply).6 It was introduced in at the West Coast Computer Faire by Jobs and was the first.