The Museum of HP Calculators

HP Forum Archive 14

[ Return to Index | Top of Index ]

My best greetings to all participants of the Allschwil meeting!
Message #1 Posted by Erik Ehrling (Sweden) on 27 Nov 2004, 9:38 a.m.

Hopefully another year I can make it there... and please, do not forget to post pictures and reports from the meeting :-)
/Erik

      
Re: My best greetings to all participants of the Allschwil meeting!
Message #2 Posted by Matthias on 27 Nov 2004, 8:38 p.m.,
in response to message #1 by Erik Ehrling (Sweden)

Hi

Theanks for your works. We had a very long meeting (nearly 15 hours), but it was really great. I hope to see you all here in Switzerland next year!

But now, Im terrible tired and must go to bed.... good night world, long lives the HP calculators

      
Re: My best greetings to all participants of the Allschwil meeting!
Message #3 Posted by Mike (Stgt) on 29 Nov 2004, 3:59 a.m.,
in response to message #1 by Erik Ehrling (Sweden)

It was a very interesting meeting: my high esteem for the high level hard ware projects! In your boldest dream, could you imagine an HP-41 connected to USB?!!

Ciao.....Mike

            
Re: My best greetings to all participants of the Allschwil meeting!
Message #4 Posted by Chris on 2 Dec 2004, 7:12 p.m.,
in response to message #3 by Mike (Stgt)

Hi mike und das bild geht immer noch nicht weg!!!!!!

Yes the picture caches the text...a Joke mike knows it and if we try to make an USB on an older computer 80 plus hp ib and some hard and soft in c with a bit unix?????it s only an old idea ...to cra;;;the m;;;;; I have done it with an HP printer .I talked about it with minder kuipers at allschwill forum. You remenber the translation with your 200 lx? You have still my LPT file (NOT a printer driver!!!! on DOS) OK I m looking for to buy a 95 100 or 200 lx Thank for help Plus serial normalized!!!!cable. Many thanks

Chris E S Tchuss Mike

                  
Re: My best greetings to all participants of the Allschwil meeting!
Message #5 Posted by Mike (Stgt) on 3 Dec 2004, 9:05 a.m.,
in response to message #4 by Chris

Hi Chris!

Its not a photo, its a screen shot and even if it does look like a Windoze program window it is *not* functional.

Ciao.....Mike


[ Return to Index | Top of Index ]

Go back to the main exhibit hall