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Re: *The DOS HP Palmtop discussion topic for users of HP 95LX, 100LX, 200LX and 1000CX Palmtops*

There were a handful of fax/modem cards sold for the palmtops that also had flash memory on them, to avoid that chicken and egg problem of connectivity through pcmcia but low storage... Or the serial port floppy drive, which was a computer in disguise if I remember correctly, one such model was also …

Re: *The DOS HP Palmtop discussion topic for users of HP 95LX, 100LX, 200LX and 1000CX Palmtops*

When you open the page of an auction on Yahoo, there is a banner for "overseas customers" leading to a 3rd party company called Buyee, you can register there and bid using that service, they'll reship stuff to you. It should display the version number during boot, or you can run debug and type d …

Re: *The DOS HP Palmtop discussion topic for users of HP 95LX, 100LX, 200LX and 1000CX Palmtops*

I posted on vogons using my 200lx some time ago: https://www.vogons.org/viewtopic.php?p=787032#p787032 Several books about the 100/200lx were published in Japan, like the hardware/software/internet bible series. The hardware bible has chapters about serial, parallel and pcmcia devices, did you know …

Re: PCMCIA Sound Cards

Hello again, I wasn't aware the SCP-55 has a digital audio output ??? I thought it was just a pure MPU-401 MIDI interface and SC-55 for PCMCIA slot based computers... I think I'm going to buy an SCP-55, but the question is where and for how much... :( I've been looking on eBay for a while and I've …

*The DOS HP Palmtop discussion topic for users of HP 95LX, 100LX, 200LX and 1000CX Palmtops*

Does anyone know of any PCMCIA sound card that works in an HP 100 or 200LX Palmtop PC's PCMCIA slot ??? The Roland SCP-55 does, with caveats. Point enabler is available at https://www.vector.co.jp/soft/dl/dos/util/se026698.html The readme: About SCP-55 Enabler ● This software is This software is …

Re: Windows 7 on socket 7

in Windows
The 32bit version is still available on the download page. As for running it on a 586, BeOS will happily run on a 1st gen pentium (and multiprocessor machines of course) but it may work with the cyrix 5x86 cpu, depending on other factors.

Re: PCMCIA Sound Cards

Ouch! You were my last hope :D Do you think it woths the effort to find a cable? I would like to use for DOS retrogaming. Great collection anyway. I can look in my emails, if I can find who I sold it to, maybe you might get some info on the cable, no promise though. It's one of the best cards for …

Re: PCMCIA Sound Cards

melo wrote on 2021-01-28, 14:38: Hallo! do you own all of these cards? If yes, you are the only that might help me to build a cable for my Newmedia Sound/SCSI2 I did own all of them, but I sold the New Media Sound/Scsi2 years ago...

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