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Re: Enterprise in the ex-Soviet countries
« Reply #75 on: 2015.May.29. 22:55:44 »
Some interesting screenshots:
LORIGRAPH-94
loriciels+Palex(ROM)


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Re: Enterprise in the ex-Soviet countries
« Reply #76 on: 2015.September.06. 22:49:19 »
I found a youtube video about the ENTERPRISE computer. It was made па руский (in russian).
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wi7LuxL5mHQ

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Re: Enterprise in the ex-Soviet countries
« Reply #77 on: 2015.September.10. 12:35:22 »
I found a youtube video about the ENTERPRISE computer. It was made па руский (in russian).
I have already linked it. I preferred the part after loading and runnung "fur_elise.bas", I just don't see the sense. :D
100 SOUND SOURCE 2,STYLE 128,PITCH 25.2,SYNC 1
110 SOUND PITCH 25,SYNC 1
120 ! Videos

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Re: Enterprise in the ex-Soviet countries
« Reply #78 on: 2016.February.07. 19:20:11 »
I remembered that once sent the mini review of the Enterprise to the competition "The Oldest Personal Computer". I won nothing, but it was all the same very pleasant to me to participate. To all participants was sent calendars, but I didn't receive anything.
I had an issue of the magazine, but unfortunately, now I can't find it. I found only the scan not in the best quality.
That Ukrainian weekly magazine has name "Мой Компьютер" ("My computer").

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Re: Enterprise in the ex-Soviet countries
« Reply #79 on: 2016.February.07. 19:46:23 »
The photo is the your Enterprise?

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Re: Enterprise in the ex-Soviet countries
« Reply #80 on: 2016.February.07. 20:05:17 »
Of course. :)
Original photo I still have.

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Re: Enterprise in the ex-Soviet countries
« Reply #81 on: 2016.August.31. 15:07:03 »
I'll send you archive with all pages at the evening.
It was my very old debts :oops:
Added all to Russian articles collection. (Now I divided the articles section by languages)
Also added HTML links to your page for the OCR-ed versions.

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Re: Enterprise in the ex-Soviet countries
« Reply #82 on: 2016.August.31. 19:53:59 »
:smt023
Do You plan to add articles from magazines on english and german, links to which I sent to you?

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Re: Enterprise in the ex-Soviet countries
« Reply #83 on: 2016.August.31. 20:19:01 »
Do You plan to add articles from magazines on english and german, links to which I sent to you?
It is already in progress :ds_icon_cheesygrin:

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Re: Enterprise in the ex-Soviet countries
« Reply #84 on: 2017.July.09. 15:44:40 »
Another one video (unpacking) on russian (from that guy): https://youtu.be/KnNeGecZSXw

He planned make video about EP128 (he has many machines).
And, as I understand, theese computers was intended for school classes in Almaty (but they originaly english).

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Re: Enterprise in the ex-Soviet countries
« Reply #85 on: 2017.July.09. 17:21:24 »
Another one video (unpacking) on russian (from that guy): https://youtu.be/KnNeGecZSXw
071020, it is already sold on Ebay, bought by Hungarian friend :-)
Now 071022 on the Ebay.

He is also have the 071021? :-)

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And, as I understand, theese computers was intended for school classes in Almaty (but they originaly english).
I also guess this.
He is not have the other accessories? For example the hard disk units for the teacher computers?

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Re: Enterprise in the ex-Soviet countries
« Reply #86 on: 2020.January.18. 13:47:45 »
Ok!
Last year I've found and bought cute cassette recorder.
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At last week I have some time to observe my old cassettes and surprisingly found something that I didn't expect to see.

Let's begin from translated known basic software (translated in Hungary by russian enthusiasts):

5 in a Row
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Chopin Sintez
(translated by Yuriy V. Levin with A. Yakovlev)
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Musicmaker aka Szintetizator
(translated by Yuriy V. Levin with A. V. Yakovlev)
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B-Copy-2
(translated by Yuriy V. Levin)
Simple Basic program for copying tape-files
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Life is Life
Simple game of Life on Basic
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Reversi
(by Yuriy V. Levin)
Some germany soft? (variables in Basic version written on germany)
Basic version not complete (but working)
Zzziped version fully complete
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Logic
Game doesn't works (EP freezes at loading), but file inside very similar to Logic game from Basic games

PolyVoc
(by Vagan Sarukhanov)
Electronic vocabulary
Program looks uncomplete and doesn't works normally.
(I've found that person in the internet, and will try to communicate with him)
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Karate Demo
Karate animation
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And now something more interesting

Abc.ext
Russian/Latin font switcher by Anatoly Vershinsky (writer of "Техника-Молодёжи" magazine).
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Alt
Basic program for recode text files
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PrintGraph
Util for printing (text? graphics?)
by Mikhail Pukhoff (Михаил Пухов) and Anatoly Vershinsky (Анатолий Вершинский)
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All files in the attachment below
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Re: Enterprise in the ex-Soviet countries
« Reply #87 on: 2020.January.18. 14:48:16 »
surprisingly found something that I didn't expect to see.
Great stuff!
100 SOUND SOURCE 2,STYLE 128,PITCH 25.2,SYNC 1
110 SOUND PITCH 25,SYNC 1
120 ! Videos

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Re: Enterprise in the ex-Soviet countries
« Reply #88 on: 2020.January.20. 10:01:19 »
Last year I've found and bought cute cassette recorder.
Is it brand new? Or an older one found as used (second hand)?

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At last week I have some time to observe my old cassettes and surprisingly found something that I didn't expect to see.
Thanks, nice collection!
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Re: Enterprise in the ex-Soviet countries
« Reply #89 on: 2020.January.20. 11:00:03 »
Is it brand new? Or an older one found as used (second hand)?

Old, but in very great condition (and not expensive for me).

I've searched recorder with counter and REM-port.
It a little bigger than VHS-videocassette.

The seller complained that potential byers (seeing the inscription "for computer") asked him about usb port :D
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