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Re: Your Enterprise configuration?
« Reply #150 on: 2016.October.02. 02:20:15 »
Nice!
Is the EXOS not upgraded?
I do not know how to do it

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Re: Your Enterprise configuration?
« Reply #151 on: 2016.November.08. 16:03:30 »
Today I have another piece for my Enterprise, the cassette and box ....





« Last Edit: 2017.September.23. 23:53:31 by sinclair200 »

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Re: Your Enterprise configuration?
« Reply #152 on: 2016.November.08. 20:05:15 »

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Re: Your Enterprise configuration?
« Reply #153 on: 2016.November.09. 08:45:11 »
Do we have official Out Run release?
Could you please check the content of Out Run cassette.

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Re: Your Enterprise configuration?
« Reply #154 on: 2016.November.09. 09:01:27 »
Do we have official Out Run release?
Could you please check the content of Out Run cassette.
I think it is created from Lacika fantasy cover design. Which is created for a lot of other non official Enterprise programs. see here.

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Re: Your Enterprise configuration?
« Reply #155 on: 2016.November.09. 09:56:41 »
I think it is created from Lacika fantasy cover design. Which is created for a lot of other non official Enterprise programs. see here.
:lol: It seemed like an original one :)
I saw the cover designs, just did not think that it is used in the reality :)

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Re: Your Enterprise configuration?
« Reply #156 on: 2017.February.26. 14:50:21 »
One of my EP128 (sn: 017842 - QWERTY) changed an owner.
I replaced with zaxon on EP64 (this one from the Spanish auction).
Box fairly tired, but it is. Power supply and cables complete.

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Re: Your Enterprise configuration?
« Reply #157 on: 2017.February.28. 15:33:52 »
An Enterprise 64 can save you some time removing the internal Ram expansion...

But first upgrade Basic to 2.1 and Exos to 2.1 or higher versions. The mouse driver doesn't work on Exos 2.0.
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Re: Your Enterprise configuration?
« Reply #158 on: 2017.February.28. 16:07:49 »
I want to leave it in its original configuration.
I'll have to compare compatibility.

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Re: Your Enterprise configuration?
« Reply #159 on: 2017.February.28. 18:41:53 »
Ok, you can leave as original the Basic cartridge if you want(you already have another with Basic2.1), but the memory map of EXOS 2.0 is five bytes higher than on 2.1 version.

There are a lot of programs that assume the modern addresses and read or write the Exos values directly(for example the mouse driver). If the wrong data is accessed, the system hangs.

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Re: Your Enterprise configuration?
« Reply #160 on: 2018.August.14. 10:12:39 »
Hi guys!!!

My user name is jepufidel and i'm writting from Spain.

A few weeks ago i visited Budapest (nice time). I met zozo who sold me an EP 128 and some software.



And here it is working at home (i've got a trouble with rgb cable)



My next goal get a better image... and get an exdos card!

Kind regards!

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Re: Your Enterprise configuration?
« Reply #161 on: 2018.August.14. 15:51:33 »
Hi guys!!!
My user name is jepufidel and i'm writting from Spain.
A few weeks ago i visited Budapest (nice time). I met zozo who sold me an EP 128 and some software.
And here it is working at home (i've got a trouble with rgb cable)
My next goal get a better image... and get an exdos card!
Kind regards!
Welcome!
EP128 on the top of an Amiga 500: nice combination!
I use a homemade RGB cable, see schematic at the bottom of the following page:
http://enterprise.iko.hu/pinouts.htm
I recommend the EXDOS clone card V2 manufactured by pear.
He's a member on this forum as well.

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Re: Your Enterprise configuration?
« Reply #162 on: 2018.August.14. 20:48:04 »
And here it is working at home
Nice! :smt038

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(i've got a trouble with rgb cable)
The photo with the RGB cable? It looks the red signal is missing.
« Last Edit: 2018.August.15. 07:24:02 by szipucsu »

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Re: Your Enterprise configuration?
« Reply #163 on: 2019.December.04. 18:54:17 »
I have been a volunteer for a month at the Museum of the History of Computers and Computer Science in Katowice (http://www.muzeumkomputerow.edu.pl/).
I fix equipment for exhibitions.

We have it in the cabinet one EP128. I took care of it today.
German version. Low serial number. No box, no accessories. Completely naked. Keyboard membrane damaged.
Inside there is an ISS6 board. Nick without a heat sink (no signs of ever being there). There are also no traces of the 64KB RAM add-on module. As if it had never been there.
Are these number stickers factory ?

There's another EP somewhere in the magazine, but I don't know which one. I haven't found it yet.
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Re: Your Enterprise configuration?
« Reply #164 on: 2019.December.04. 21:05:59 »
I have been a volunteer for a month at the Museum of the History of Computers and Computer Science in Katowice (http://www.muzeumkomputerow.edu.pl/).
I fix equipment for exhibitions.
Nice! Next time when I'm in Katowice I will visit it! (Many years ago I went with railfan friends to look at the Silesian Tramway network)


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We have it in the cabinet one EP128. I took care of it today.
Is it working now?

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German version. Low serial number.
Match, I have the 02944 and 02978 machines, both are German.

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Inside there is an ISS6 board. Nick without a heat sink (no signs of ever being there).
The bugfixed second version of Nick (08-47) doesn't need it. Then, for some machines it was not installed in the factory. For example the previously mentioned 02944 machine.

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There are also no traces of the 64KB RAM add-on module. As if it had never been there.
This is more mystic!
My guess is someone swapped the motherboards with a EP64 machine. Motherboard screws are also missing! Probably the alufoil pack is also missing which makes the GND contact at the modulator to the case metal painting. Speaker factory glued?

Rare, but some ISSUE 6 EP64 boards also exist.

Which EXOS version is installed?

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Are these number stickers factory ?
Yes, I just call them "stamp style" numbers. About up to 3600 used this style. Then the "typewriter style" comes, for example.
Probably from 005000 used the regular style numbers.
« Last Edit: 2019.December.04. 22:26:52 by szipucsu »