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16 Bit Apples...???? [message #115190] Wed, 18 September 2013 17:18
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Hi All,

There have been rumors about a 65816 cip fo a while now. I've heard that it is
pin COMPATIBLE with the 6502/C02. T6he main problem i can see though is that 
applebus. Whether anyone will come with a way around this I don't know. As for
the Beneath pple Dos book.... Yes it's still in print!!! You jsut have to find
a good computer store Also the person that put the question on the net about
seeking with a drive. All you have to do is enter the trk/sec in B7EC/ED (its
in the book) Let Apple's RWTS do the rest for you. Unless ofcourse you want to
make your own RWTS... In any case I would use there WTS. 

Note: A while ago I posted on the net that APPLEWORKS doesn't support the
OKIDATA 92 pinter (or any okidata) Well they still don't but if you have any
printer with a GRAPPLER [+ too] you MUST get the APPLEWORKSconfiguration
Now when you try and print in 96/132 etc.. mode it'll work right. The ONLY reason that  this came about is due to the people that make the Grappler--Orange Micro. It still seems that apple refuses to help out thUSER!!!!!!!!!

have phun!!!!

Joe Craparotta
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