So my college has an apple II+ that was sitting in one of the computer science class rooms. One of my fellow student workers asked if we could drag it out and mess with it. I ended up cleaning it and fixing it up to working condition.
I’ve been having a problem with my Apple //e when trying to make a DOS floppy disk using ADTPro from bare metal using the audio cable, everything works fine in ProDOS when I send it, but when I go to format the
I was recently able to go through my great grandfather’s belongings, and found his Apple IIc in the corner of his basement. It wasn’t until I got home that I realized I didn’t have the power supply for it (or any floppy disks, but that’s a different issue).
I was given both of these items because they knew my first computer was an Apple //c. I was given the //gs monitor with it unknowingly to the person giving it to me that in normal situations it would not work.
I recently got an Apple IIe and tried to test it with an IBM 5151, are these compatible? I didn’t get any display, but a red LED turned on and I could hear a slight humming sound. The power supply warned up just a little bit, but other