Refurbished Clean Working Apple II Fully Socketed Computer w/Platinum Z/80, RTC Fan, Keypad, Hi-Res Video, Dual ROM sets, , and manuals.
Sorry, the Monitor does not come with the sale.
This is a very good working, refurbished, clean rare Apple II computer. All the sockets are fill with good cards. It has two good working refurbished floppy drives; one an Apple II drive, and the other is a look-a-like drive. There is almost an external numeric keypad made by the Keyboard Company. Also included, an attached TG Product joystick. All cables have been cleaned. The motherboard base was cleaned. All cases, keyboard, and enclosures have been washed and cleaned. All PCB's have been blown dust free and all socketed IC's have been reseated. The computer was reassembled and tested for boot as each card was reinstalled. The computer seems to be fully functional but because I do not have appropriate software to fully test each card. The numeric keypad works, as does the cleaned internal fan with separate power cord. There is also a SUP'R MOD II RF modulator attacked.
In order from left to right:
ALS Advanced Logic System ADD-RAM card 16K, 1981
CCS Model 7710 Asynchronous Serial Interface
Hayes MicroModem III
Applied Engineering ViewMaster EYW5QG 40/80 column display card with manual switch. (The cable can be easily changed)
Apple ROM Card -with these ROMS installed: 7917E C48037 3410004-00 Apple78 F8 7912E C48079 3410003 Apple78 F0 7916E C48078 3410002-00 Apple78 E8 7912E C48077 3410001 Apple78 E0 7916E C48050 3410016-00 Apple78 D0
Mountain Hardware Apple Clock - Real Time Clock with A/C power and dead 7.2V square traditional 9v rechargeable battery, not leaking.ALS Advanced Logic System Z-Card; Z80 C/PM Card
A couple of issues with the computer. The first, the position of the Z/80 card can make the display start to roll. The cables (because there are many coming out of the back end) are pushing on the board. Moving the FD cables a bit can stop it. Perhaps, repositioning the cards may help. Again, this isn't a problem if you can get the cables to stop pressing against the display card. Also, the keyboard needs some de-bounce help. Often the keys display twice or more after one press. I think this is common for Apple II's. Also the FD #2 does not boot if it is drive 1 position.
This will come with manuals, not sure these manuals are actually for this computer but were with the computer when I purchased it. Also, a clean workingApple II Green Phosphor 12" Computer Monitor A2M2010.
Please see photos for content and physical condition. This is a really nice rare Apple II computer that is loaded with extras.
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