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  • Posts

    • Slot 6 is ok, default slot for the controller. 
    • I haven't tried the disk drive yet as I have no formatted disks. When I try the Floppy Emu I see no attempt to read the disk but I don't know if I'm selecting the right drive type.   Does the controller need to be in a specific slot? I came in slot 6. In slot 7 there is a network card.
    • I can probably send you a IIci speaker. I have a busted up case with the speaker still in it. DM me if you need it. I’ll have to test it. Also, I might be a little slow because I’m going to be on the road a bit, but your profile says CA, USA. I can send it to you US Mail later in the week. 
    • Sorry, I thought my HP keyboard was from the C360, but it is a newer one for the C3700 that has a USB connector.  However, I found the following, online:   http://ftp.parisc-linux.org/docs/platforms/712_service-handbook.pdf   Table 6–5. Keyboard and Mouse Model Numbers Model Number Description A2840A #xx* A2839A Keyboard Mouse * xx represents the localization designator     There is a similar mouse  https://www.ebay.com/itm/HP-A2839B-M-S30-PS-2-mouse/252796536697 and keyboard https://www.ebay.com/itm/Very-Nice-HP-Hewlett-Packard-A2840-60201-A2840B-PS2-Wired-Keyboard-Clicky/143627535457
    • At a minimum the 5.25" drive should spin and attempt to boot from a disk when connected to the computer. In order to boot off of the FloppyEmu, it has to be the only device connected to the card.
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