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Re: new hard drive

  • Subject: Re: new hard drive
  • From: bob <bobaxe@sbtek.net>
  • Date: Tue, 28 Aug 2001 18:44:34 -0500

Chick wrote:
> My first computer, a Kaypro that ran on CPM, there was no DOS or Windows then, had
> 64k memory and one floppy disk drive, what was it, 178k or something?  There was
> no such thing as a hard drive on PC's as far  as I know.   To run big programs you
> had to switch floppies.

I am taking a course on microprocessors and assembly language
programming for interfaces or writing drivers. An assignment is to write
a short history of the computer. Maybe you could do it from memory.
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