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Re: Your Enterprise configuration?
« Reply #45 on: 2008.July.09. 01:20:31 »
It is damaged at the keys?
No, there are cracks at silver solders under UP, RIGHT, ENTER. Sometime ago, I've tried to recover it by the means of PCB which mounted under the joystick, with wires connected directly to solders between keyboard matrix layers, and yet, it's worked sometime. But at now, matrix needs to be replaced.

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Re: Your Enterprise configuration?
« Reply #46 on: 2008.August.19. 16:30:33 »
Enterprise 128k German version.
Now English version (after extracting BRD chip from ROM cartrige)

Serial 010683 (PAL UHF)

Keyboard was partially dead (int Joy, space, enter, alt)
Joystick from Videoton Computer connecting to EXT1

At now load programs from old portable CD player (I burn Audio-CD with my favorite games  :ds_icon_cheesygrin:)
New programs load from mp3 player.
« Last Edit: 2008.August.29. 23:56:31 by SlashNet »

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Re: Your Enterprise configuration?
« Reply #47 on: 2008.August.19. 16:36:18 »
SlashNet, welcome here!

Keyboard was partially dead (int Joy, space, enter, alt)
Do you tried to fix the keyboard membrane? If you are lucky then it is broken at near to the mother board connector, and enought to cut 1-2 cm length.
But if it is broken at the keys, then it is very hard to fix it, near to impossible :-(

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Re: Your Enterprise configuration?
« Reply #48 on: 2008.August.19. 16:43:32 »
It broken at the keys  :(

and membrane near motherboard is good at now, but very-very short (after many-many cuts)

P.S. Ouch! Forget to write. My dad bought EP in Hungary (town: Kalocsa) in 1990 year in summer.
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Re: Your Enterprise configuration?
« Reply #49 on: 2009.August.18. 20:20:26 »
My latest:


It is have a ISSUE3 motherboard, currently this is the oldest know ISSUE!


Now only the ISSUE1 and 2 missing for the full series:


Photos of the ISSUE3 board:
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Re: Your Enterprise configuration?
« Reply #50 on: 2009.August.18. 20:36:41 »
My latest:
Cool!
I wonder if any registered members of this forum have ISSUE1 and ISSUE2 motherboards. A "group photograph" of them would be needed. :D
SOUND SOURCE 3,STYLE 16,LEFT 16,RIGHT 64,SYNC 2
SOUND SOURCE 2,STYLE 128,PITCH 25.2,SYNC 2
SOUND PITCH 25,SYNC 2
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Re: Your Enterprise configuration?
« Reply #51 on: 2012.June.06. 20:08:32 »
Enterprise inventory updated.
If you have a machine or peripheral which is not in the list then please send a details/photos of them!

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Re: Your Enterprise configuration?
« Reply #52 on: 2012.June.12. 08:13:30 »
Photos of my machine
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Re: Your Enterprise configuration?
« Reply #53 on: 2012.June.12. 08:53:04 »
Photos of my machine
Did you buy it from the sold pack to Sovietunion, or did you buy it later?

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Re: Your Enterprise configuration?
« Reply #54 on: 2012.June.12. 08:54:00 »
Photos of my machine
Thank you!

What happened with the heatsink cover?

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Re: Your Enterprise configuration?
« Reply #55 on: 2012.June.12. 09:09:05 »
One extra question: can you see the monitor connector pins?
If all pins present then your mother board is a ISSUE 6. Most of 128K machines have this version.
If the B1 and A6 pins are missing then the board is a ISSUE 4 or 5. (The 4 or 5 question only can be answered by opening the machine.)

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Re: Your Enterprise configuration?
« Reply #56 on: 2012.June.12. 11:28:20 »
Quote from: Zozosoft
can you see the monitor connector pins?
If I am not mistaken, all pins are present.

Quote from: geco
Did you buy it from the sold pack to Sovietunion, or did you buy it later?
I have hungarian manual. It was very heavy to learn BASIC on it. :cry:
Quote from: SlashNet
19 August 2008:
My dad bought EP in Hungary (town: Kalocsa) in 1990 year in summer.

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Re: Your Enterprise configuration?
« Reply #57 on: 2012.June.12. 11:43:15 »
If I am not mistaken, all pins are present.
I have hungarian manual. It was very heavy to learn BASIC on it. :cry:
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You can try Zozo's page: EP Books

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Re: Your Enterprise configuration?
« Reply #58 on: 2012.June.12. 12:12:32 »
If I am not mistaken, all pins are present.
Thanks! This is a ISSUE 6 motherboard. Inventory updated :-)

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Re: Your Enterprise configuration?
« Reply #59 on: 2012.June.12. 12:32:37 »
What happened with the heatsink cover?
Heatsink temp was wery hot.
In school years I playing/programming on EP many hours continuously.