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EP Case etc.
« on: 2019.July.16. 21:57:47 »
Hi all,

I know this is a very long shot, but looking for an EP case to put a rescued and repaired 128 motherboard into..

Anyone with anything?

Thanks,

Kbj

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Re: EP Case etc.
« Reply #1 on: 2019.July.17. 10:25:59 »
I afraid the only chance when you found machine with fully dead motherboard (Nick or Dave) :(
Anyway you can build a old fashioned tuning EP :-)
In a early 90's many owners converted their machine to a "PC". Put the motherboard in a PC (or other machine) case, built with EXDOS and floppy drives, and using rewired PC keyboard replacing the failed EP keyboard (no more membranes available at these times).

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Re: EP Case etc.
« Reply #2 on: 2019.July.17. 12:20:59 »
Hi Zozo!

Now that's a great idea!  I could stick it into a Mini ITX case... project EnterPC!

Nice!

KbJ

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Re: EP Case etc.
« Reply #3 on: 2019.July.20. 09:49:56 »
project EnterPC!
20 years ago, I had just that same idea because I had a spare EP motherboard lying around.

I got most of the way through re-wiring a keyboard, but then I left home for university and the project was never finished. Happy memories though. :ds_icon_cheesygrin: