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Re: Kaypro DSDD [message #112305] Mon, 16 September 2013 13:42
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Date: Sat, 12-Jan-85 00:51:50 EST
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Kaypro Rom upgrade... look in Micro Cornucopia... for the 'PRO-8'
replacement rom. Sorry, but the newest kaypro board is not the
same as the kaypro 10. Kaypro is switching to basically 2 board types.
The non-K10 systems have the same board, at different levels of
population. (They all have capabilities to be a K4/84!! with clock
and modem.) The K10 board has been around as the same with some
rev levels, but same basic layout since the introduction of the Kaypro
10. Actually, having the new board is an advantage... look
on the back of the unit... you should have an unmarked Rj-11
(phone connector) socket in the middle-right of the back (looking
from front of system)... that is where the modem goes... If it is
a Kaypro 10 board, it will have 2 of those sockets next to each
other... on the left-most side... one is kayboard and the other is
for an un-supported light pen interface... but it does not
have the other 'modem' socket... 
  hope this helped
         (I work for a Kaypro Authorized Repair Dealer)
               Jason HAmby    ihnp4!akgua!jett!jason
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