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I think we don't have a dedicated 8 bit Apple thread yet - I came across an Apple /// blog that also has disk images, rom listings and a lot of information.

http://drop-iii-inches.com/

The earlier posts warp back to the time the Apple III driver in MESS became funcional smile

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Yeah, I've been following their podcast since it started. I might even actually be on it sometime.

Also, the IIgs isn't an 8-bit Apple smile

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noted and reflected in the edited title smile


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I'm after a friend of mine to dump a german IIe.

Will be telling you when I achieve it.

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@robcfg
A quick search shows the ROMs for a German IIe are available.


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Well, nobody knows for sure what you'll find inside an old computer laugh

It could have a less known rom set or an unusual expansion card... You get what I mean.

I'll also be scanning the PCB and taking pictures.

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True dat smile


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This thread

https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/comp.sys.apple2/19Q2hVgAS18

has links to Ramfast SCSI ROMs.


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Thanks! I actually have my own Ramfast rev. D board I can dump, and the Apple II Documentation Project has both the Apple II and Z180 ROMs for rev. C and D, but more versions are always better smile

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