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    You do know your numbers Zeity!!
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      Now clue us in as to what they mean?
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        hello, not much to say other than that.
        SA says;
        Well you looked so stylish I thought you batted for the other camp - thats like the ultimate compliment!

        I couldn't imagine you ever having a hair out of place!

        n5gooner is awarded +5 Xeno Geek Points.
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          so very dull here today, so I'll think I'll be getting my 1614 train....
          SA says;
          Well you looked so stylish I thought you batted for the other camp - thats like the ultimate compliment!

          I couldn't imagine you ever having a hair out of place!

          n5gooner is awarded +5 Xeno Geek Points.
          (whatever these are)

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            work through it - it's like the pain barrier but work.

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              mmmmm I suppose the chips are in
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                I upgraded one of my BBC b second processors to that 65SC16 and ported a Forth to it. Couldn't do it to the BBC b itself as the OS had something that messed the flags up and the flick between 8 and 16 bit mode was on the two spare flags.

                You can probably still get the source from FIG

                Also did one for the NS32032 second processor. Was memory independant. I was quite proud of that: an operating system that could move itself about in memory and still run. Well it was a long time ago now.

                Source for that one is from FIG too.
                Insanity: repeating the same actions, but expecting different results.
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                  first PC was an IBM pc, with an 8086 cpu, I soon got an IBM AT with the 80286 cpu running at 6mhz, I was able to increase the speed to 10mhz by swapping hte crystal on the Motherboard.
                  SA says;
                  Well you looked so stylish I thought you batted for the other camp - thats like the ultimate compliment!

                  I couldn't imagine you ever having a hair out of place!

                  n5gooner is awarded +5 Xeno Geek Points.
                  (whatever these are)

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                    as I only had a ST225 (20Gb MFM) disk, I used to get memory boards, and populate them with chips to give me 4Mb RAM, which I'd turn into a RAM disk on bootup, and copy my kingsquest game into, made it run much faster....
                    SA says;
                    Well you looked so stylish I thought you batted for the other camp - thats like the ultimate compliment!

                    I couldn't imagine you ever having a hair out of place!

                    n5gooner is awarded +5 Xeno Geek Points.
                    (whatever these are)

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                      the next upgrade was from my cga monitor to and ega one.
                      SA says;
                      Well you looked so stylish I thought you batted for the other camp - thats like the ultimate compliment!

                      I couldn't imagine you ever having a hair out of place!

                      n5gooner is awarded +5 Xeno Geek Points.
                      (whatever these are)

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