[Coco] Hello list, and looking for B&B XT-ROM image
John T Chasteen
johnchasteen.2 at juno.com
Mon Jun 28 10:55:08 EDT 2010
If you want to contact or see what is going on at the Glenside Coco Club
Glenside Color computer club or go to http://www.glensideccc.com/ and
click on the icons.
Tony or Chris would be able to answer all your questions.
I am a little late in reading some of my e-mail
On Tue, 3 Mar 2009 12:24:28 -0800 Rick Taylor <coder32768 at gmail.com>
> Hi all,
> I just joined the list a few days ago. I am Rick Taylor - I used to
> be on
> Delphi ages ago with some now-embarrassing name such as "c_demigod"
> something close (I was a kid, don't hate me :) )
> Anyway I still occasionally play with the CoCo, and I recently set
> it back
> up and decided that I was going to refurbish this thing in earnest,
> get a
> new case for it, etc.
> The setup is using the Burke & Burke CocoXT system, with a
> controller and an RLL drive. I also have the XT-ROM, but it has
> never worked
> for me. I'm deciding I will assume it had been fried at some point,
> and am
> going to get Boisy at Cloud9 (or someone else with an EPROM burner)
> to burn
> me off an EPROM so I can try again.
> I understand that the EPROM images have been released as either
> shareware or
> as public domain, but I've had no real luck locating them. Boisy
> said to try
> Glenside CoCo club, but I'm not sure who to contact there.
> Any pointers?
> -- Rick
> All of this machinery making modern music can still be open hearted
> not so coldly charted; it's really just a question of your honesty.
> - Neil Peart, Rush, _The Spirit of Radio_
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