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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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Apple IIgs Case Mod

Ever since a tiny little power adapter for the Apple IIgs was made available by James Littlejohn, I’ve always wanted to see what I can put into that cavernous space created by the absence of the old power supply. The … Continue reading

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Apple IIgs GS/OS Boot Disks

A few weeks ago, I had to access a ProDOS-formatted hard disk within GS/OS.  Since the CFFA where I regularly boot from was temporarily unavailable, I had to boot from the 3.5” drive.  I have several System 6.0.1 boot disks … 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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