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  1. thread moved from https://68kmla.org/forums/topic/62758-restored-apple-iie-keyboard-keys-not-working-which-options/ which started here https://68kmla.org/forums/topic/62679-apple-iie-my-first-ii-after-many-macs-where-to-start-from/ I am proceeding with the restoration of my "new" Apple IIe, I feel very clumsy with this machine, I do not have experience at all. The RAM test reports that the 64KB RAM on board is fine but the 80 column external RAM: the ESC+8 that is supposed to switch to 80 columns does not work. I cleaned and pressed the two
  2. I recently acquired an Apple IIe. I'm trying to get it to work with my Floppy Emu but not having much luck. That said I don't really know what I am doing when it comes to Apple IIe. I last used one back in the 80's when I was 10. The Apple IIe seems to startup fine. Self-test checks out. I put the Floppy Emu in 5.25 Apple II mode but when I reset the computer no disk access happens. The Floppy Emu is connected directly to the card via the DB-19 connector. The floppy drive that came with the computer is also attached. Any pointers would be great.
  3. I have always wanted an Apple IIe. I used them in grade school and they are just SO solid. The case design, everything. Love them. But I was not about to pay to ship one of these tanks. I always keep an eye on CL locally, and came across this nice, clean, two-owner (one family) gem. It came with a monitor, two 5" floppy drives, a bunch of software and documentation, disk caddies, and even the original apple stickers! The joystick I had already... I cleaned the floppy heads, wiped everything down, and it works great. I have been playing some Atari games on it mys
  4. I'm currently in Pennsylvania right now, and I came across something very worthwhile - I went to a vintage computer store today, but I only got an ADB low-power mouse there. Even though there were Macintosh IIs and Apple II Pluses as far as the eye could see, they weren't in good shape and they were kind of pricey. But that's only a taste of what happened. On our way back to the house, we stopped by an antique store we usually visit on these trips to the state, and I found...(drumroll, please) a boxed Apple IIe, with hardware enhancements, a good supply of cards inside, an Apple IIc mouse, an
  5. Hi everybody, I'm a new owner of an Apple IIe Platinum, that appears to be in very good condition. Apart from one pretty serious problem (I think) - the Reset key doesn't work. I've tried wiggling it, repeatedly tapping it (not too hard). I've taken the case off and had a look at the keyboard and it appears to be OK, the tracks all look OK on the bottom. I have a copy of the Intro disk, and one of the sections on that takes you through the keyboard, so I know that Control and Open-Apple are both OK. It's just the Reset key. So... does anybody have any ideas? Is it likely to to be the
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