General apologies for the poor image quality, I bought a $60 smartphone to do three things - call from, text from, and use for 2FA. I did not consider the camera at all. Welcome to 2004.
So I ran sysinfo off an old boot diskette and I got this:
Followed by this:
Checkit tells me this:
But sometimes it'll also call it a V20.
Beginnings of Alzheimers?
87TEST run from native DOS 3.3
When run off a 6.20 DOS it does this:
The second line keeps populating with zeros and beeping wildly. CTRL-C exits and returns to DOS.
Some weird stuff happened to the system at some point - I tried to edit my autoexec.bat and config.sys files using DR DOS 7.03 (because I forgot how to EDLIN) to install an SCSI CDROM run off a Future Domain card(yeah, that didn't work) and the files vanished. Kind of. DIR didn't list them, but TYPE did. I got them back by running EDLIN and the file name, then issuing the END command. They then appeared in the DIR listing. Also, A:\ drive won't update the DIR listing when a new disk is inserted - you gotta take it out, DIR again, wait for it to fail, then put a new diskette in - with or without co-pro. This a DOS bug, or something with the floppy controller (which has its own BIOS)?
Messing around with the FPU on YouTube - https://youtu.be/8A_dCCx7XLk?t=1255
https://youtu.be/8A_dCCx7XLk?t=1683 87Test results.
(the sound card does work, there's a Sierra card game on the hard disk 😉 )