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Hello. My name's Dave, and I'm a Calcoholic.
01-28-2020, 12:16 PM
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RE: Hello. My name's Dave, and I'm a Calcoholic.
You guys should do a Tetris challenge with your boxes and calcs ;-)
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01-28-2020, 01:09 PM
Post: #82
RE: Hello. My name's Dave, and I'm a Calcoholic.
(01-28-2020 11:59 AM)KimH Wrote:  I spot a 71B EPROM programmer, does it work - do you have TWO Smile
Have a few EPROMs that I dream about - someday - to be able to program.
But the EPROMS - if only I could find a programmer :-|
Hello Kim,
I only have ONE programmer, but there are other forum users that also have ONE programmer and that are willing to program the EPROM of the other forum users.
I can program your EPROM's and Dave Frederickson has also offered himself in the past to do it (see here).
If you decide to send your EPROM's for programming, I suggest that you download Christoph Gie├čelink HP-71B Emulator for Windows (emu71) then configure and test your EPROM images in it before sending your modules.
Best regards,
Sylvain
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01-28-2020, 02:16 PM
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RE: Hello. My name's Dave, and I'm a Calcoholic.
(01-28-2020 11:59 AM)KimH Wrote:  I am also a Calcoholic, but have focus my fifteen or so 71Bs in various versions and conditions...

Well thank goodness I've found someone with more 71Bs than I have! While I am certainly still a Calcoholic, it's good to know someone out there has it worse than I do. I was starting to think that owning 14 71Bs was totally out of control...

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01-28-2020, 02:37 PM
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RE: Hello. My name's Dave, and I'm a Calcoholic.
(01-28-2020 02:16 PM)rprosperi Wrote:  
(01-28-2020 11:59 AM)KimH Wrote:  I am also a Calcoholic, but have focus my fifteen or so 71Bs in various versions and conditions...
Well thank goodness I've found someone with more 71Bs than I have! While I am certainly still a Calcoholic, it's good to know someone out there has it worse than I do. I was starting to think that owning 14 71Bs was totally out of control...
Ahum! Sorry guys to tell you this, but ... you both are. Smile ... and yes, I know, I know, its coming from the most out-of-control person on the HP-41C side. LOL
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01-29-2020, 02:04 PM
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RE: Hello. My name's Dave, and I'm a Calcoholic.
Sylvain,

Thanks a lot for the offer and the suggestion with EMU71 - this is fantastic!

I will get to this as soon as possible - hopefully we will have a rainy weekend soon Smile.

/KimH

(01-28-2020 01:09 PM)Sylvain Cote Wrote:  
(01-28-2020 11:59 AM)KimH Wrote:  I spot a 71B EPROM programmer, does it work - do you have TWO Smile
Have a few EPROMs that I dream about - someday - to be able to program.
But the EPROMS - if only I could find a programmer :-|
Hello Kim,
I only have ONE programmer, but there are other forum users that also have ONE programmer and that are willing to program the EPROM of the other forum users.
I can program your EPROM's and Dave Frederickson has also offered himself in the past to do it (see here).
If you decide to send your EPROM's for programming, I suggest that you download Christoph Gie├čelink HP-71B Emulator for Windows (emu71) then configure and test your EPROM images in it before sending your modules.
Best regards,
Sylvain
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