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kaypro ram disks/adventure? [message #118368] Tue, 24 September 2013 14:12
Originally posted by: CHATHAM@USC-ISI.ARPA
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Date: Tue, 5-Mar-85 12:50:03 EST
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I'M NEW HERE.  I found the directory of bboards while wandering
through the ARPA net (DDN) and am hoping that this is the right
address to ask my questions.

1. I have been thinking of getting a ram disk for my KayPro II
(which has some Micro Cornucopia mods to it, and Plu-Perfect's
CPM mod).  MicroSphere offeres one and there is the SWP Co-Power
-88.  Does anyone have any comments regarding the trade-offs
between them?  Or can you refer me to past discussions on the
subject?  Is there really anything worth doing in MS-DOS that the
SWP device can do?

2. Is this a legit forum for asking what I can do next in the
Mike Goetz 550 pt Adventure?  I've got a "London Dry" flask, a
second mushroom, and an unmoveable dinghy, and no place left to

                ralph chatham (CHATHAM@USC-ISI.ARPA)
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