Reply 30560 of 33233, by Predator99
Adlib looks good, I have learned the date code on the Yamaha is important, but difficult to read. […]
Adlib looks good, I have learned the date code on the Yamaha is important, but difficult to read.
I have just bought 10 of these boards and some other nice things (sellers photo) - of course I dont need that many. They seem to be boards from a PHILIPS PC-XT (5107). CPU, ROM, RAM-sockets and crystals are missing. Seems to be easy to replace and after removing the COM/LPT connectors this may fit in a standard case. Think 8-bit IDE and Floppy is onboard. Hope a standard BIOS will do the job and I get this running 😀
I think i have the same board - somewhere, if you still need the bios dump, i will dig it up for you. If you dont want to wait, you can try this one:
https://www.ebay.com/itm/1989-PC-Computer-808 … egAAOSwa0ddlXMF
can you please provide your BIOS? I soldered some RAM-sockets. Supersoft doesnt report relevant errors anymore, RAM seems to work. But I do not find a working BIOS to boot. Turbo XT BIOS does not work, same applies to the one from Cyrix200+. Also never seen that "G2 GC100A-PC" chipset on a XT...