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Model 100 problem [message #281245] Mon, 17 November 1986 06:58 Go to next message
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Originally posted by: robertd@ncoast.UUCP (Robert DeMarco)
Article-I.D.: ncoast.1705
Posted: Mon Nov 17 06:58:55 1986
Date-Received: Tue, 18-Nov-86 09:25:04 EST
References: <437@moncol.UUCP>
Reply-To: robertd@ncoast.UUCP (Robert DeMarco)
Organization: North Coast Public Access UN*X, Cleveland, OH
Lines: 13
Keywords: Moved rom chip
Xref: mnetor comp.sys.ibm.pc:130 comp.sys.tandy:7


   Some thing happened to my model 100
(The only one with a modem). The clock
doesn't work and the date has wierd charcters.
Also, the curser slow, and some times 
keys don't register... I thought I
caught a moved rom chip, could some one
with a model 100 type "print peek(0)" 
and tell me the result?
  Thanx
    -rd

   ncoast!robertd
Re: Model 100 problem [message #281247 is a reply to message #281245] Sat, 22 November 1986 13:18 Go to previous message
Anonymous
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Originally posted by: fgd3@jc3b21.UUCP
Article-I.D.: jc3b21.642
Posted: Sat Nov 22 13:18:22 1986
Date-Received: Mon, 24-Nov-86 01:06:45 EST
References: <437@moncol.UUCP> <1705@ncoast.UUCP>
Organization: St. Petersburg Jr. College, FL
Lines: 33
Keywords: Moved rom chip
Summary: Print peek(0) returns 195.
Xref: watmath comp.sys.ibm.pc:198 comp.sys.tandy:9

In article <1705@ncoast.UUCP>, robertd@ncoast.UUCP writes:
 >     Some thing happened to my model 100
 >  (The only one with a modem). The clock
 >  doesn't work and the date has wierd charcters.
 >  Also, the curser slow, and some times 
 >  keys don't register... I thought I
 >  caught a moved rom chip, could some one
 >  with a model 100 type "print peek(0)" 
 >  and tell me the result?
 >    Thanx
 >      -rd
 >     ncoast!robertd

Given "for x=0 to 9: print peek(x): next" the Model 100 produces
     195
      51
     125
      77
      69
      78
      85
       0
     126
     227

Good luck.

--Fabbian Dufoe
  350 Ling-A-Mor Terrace South
  St. Petersburg, Florida  33705
  813-823-2350

UUCP: ...akgua!usfvax2!jc3b21!fgd3 
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