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« on: 2006.May.21. 23:06:29 »
Hiya y'all,
Bought my scanner today - an HP Scanjet 4850.
Lovely machine.

Started with scanning my copy of the Enterprise Brochure that Enterprise Computers distributed.
Click on a picture to be taken to a larger scan.....


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If anyone would like a higher resultion scan of any page, please just ask me.
Shall start scanning the Application Notes either tonight, or in the next few nights.

Peter (TheSpider) Paterson
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« Reply #1 on: 2006.May.22. 10:51:40 »
Fantastic!!!

Can you read on the original paper, photo on the page 3-H, the name of the each extension units?

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Válasz Zozosoft üzenetére (#2839)
« Reply #2 on: 2006.May.22. 13:22:05 »
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Fantastic!!!


You mean you had never seen the brochure before either?????

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Can you read on the original paper, photo on the page 3-H, the name of the each extension units?


From left to right:
BASE UNIT
3.5 INCH DISK DRIVE
RAM EXPANSION 64K

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« Reply #3 on: 2006.May.22. 15:28:55 »
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You mean you had never seen the brochure before either?????

Only in very-very poor quality (mostly unreadable).

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From left to right:
BASE UNIT
3.5 INCH DISK DRIVE
RAM EXPANSION 64K

Very interesting! Do you see this items in the markets?
I never hear about the Base Unit and the 64K EXPANSION.
Very interesting the size of the 64K EXP.! Very big! Why? This is true hw? Or only grey box with ENTERPRISE logo, for make photo?
And the Base Unit: where can you attach the other extensions?

I never hear about the Base unit, but many years ago, when I analized the EXDOS schematic drawing ,  I see too complex address decoding mechanism. I assumed this is for some bus extender hw.
(This complex address decoding do this: the cards not have fixed memory and I/O addresses, the bus slots have 3 identify bits, and the cards use this bits, and generate unique addresses for each slots. Plug&play in 1985! :) )
Now your documents certifyed my old idea about the official EP bus extender developement.

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« Reply #4 on: 2006.May.23. 17:19:20 »
Look the paper shett above the Function keys on the first pic! It is quit interesting!
F8 - HELP
Shift F8 - STATUS
and so on...
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« Reply #5 on: 2006.May.23. 17:32:37 »
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Look the paper shett above the Function keys on the first pic! It is quit interesting!
F8 - HELP
Shift F8 - STATUS
and so on...


Hiya Povi,
So, what did you have under that plastic strip instead?

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Válasz thespider üzenetére (#2872)
« Reply #6 on: 2006.May.23. 18:05:56 »
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Hiya Povi,
So, what did you have under that plastic strip instead?


F1 START
F2 - LIST
F3 - AUTO
F4 - REM1
F5 - TEXT
F6 GRAPHICS
F7 - KEY CLICK
F8 - INFO

SHIFT F1 - CONTINUE
SHIFT F2 - LLIST
SHIFT F3 - RENUMBER
SHIFT F4 - REM2
SHIFT F5 - DISPLAY TEXT
SHIFT F6 - DISPLAY GRAPHICS
SHIFT F7 - TOGGLE SOUND (or something like that)
SHIFT F8 - TYPE (this starts wp)

Do you have the paper sheet like on the photo?
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« Reply #7 on: 2006.May.23. 18:15:02 »
Povi, my EP128 also has a strip under the plastic, but I could not tell you what is written on it.
Maybe when I eventually get it shipped over here, I will let you know.
I just thought you meant before that you had NO strip there at all.

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« Reply #8 on: 2006.May.23. 18:18:14 »

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Válasz Povi üzenetére (#2871)
« Reply #9 on: 2006.May.23. 18:22:15 »
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Look the paper shett above the Function keys on the first pic! It is quit interesting!

Very interesting! I try it the EP64 (EXOS 2.0 and IS-BASIC 2.0) in then EP32 emulator, and all FKEYs work as normaly...
I think very early version of EP64 in this photo.