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Connecting a Parallel Printer to an Apple II (IIgs)

I almost gave up on this project.  It was a project meant to have been a jump-off point for a more ambitious one, but at the rate I end up working on these types of projects, I should probably scale … Continue reading

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Creating an Apple IIgs GS/OS Live CD

The Apple II High-Speed SCSI card is one of my favorite peripheral cards for the Apple IIgs.  I typically install System 6.0.1 into a SCSI hard drive and use that as my boot and mass-storage drive.  Any old “SCSI” hard … Continue reading

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Explorations with Low-Powered Devices for the Apple IIe/IIgs

I recently posted my experiences with using a Bluetooth module to perform wireless ADTPro transfers with my Apple IIe.  At that time, I was powering the Bluetooth module from an AC adapter. Seeing that the Bluetooth module power adapter was … Continue reading

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Adding Wireless (Bluetooth) Support in ADTPro

It’s been months since I planned to look into adding Bluetooth support in David Schmidt’s fabulous ADTPro software.  I’ve been using ADTPro for years to transfer disk images for use in my Apple IIe using the Apple II Super Serial … Continue reading

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Fun With an Apple IIgs SCSI Setup

One of the best expansion cards to place in an Apple IIgs is a SCSI card.  A SCSI card allowed mass storage devices to be connected to the Apple IIgs back in the `90s.  This includes hard drives and optical … Continue reading

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Portable SCSI Drives

About a week ago, I was tinkering with a few external SCSI drives. These external drives are those that draw power from one of the ports in a computer, instead of a wall wart or a direct power plug. In … Continue reading

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Setting Up The Apple IIgs

Today was as good as any to set up my Apple IIgs, which has been in storage for a while.  I don’t have a lot of desk space, so I really need to substitute something for that RGB monitor that … Continue reading

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