I uploaded the drivers pack for the Bicom 260i. The Highscreen ist just an OEM version of the Bicom. And please use the new website.
You may wanna put MS-DOS 5 or 6 on that HDD and Windows 3.1.
Here's the drivers and tools:
http://www.dospalmtop.thats.im/DOSPALMT ... nA5PC.html
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You were for sure a power user of the Sharp back in the days. I got my first Laptop in 1998 - A small Toshiba satellite. I'm pretty sure it was stolen as the seller was that kind of dodgy drug dealer type and someone teared off the sticker with the serial number. But back then for 800 Deutschmarks i...
Hmmm, I never thought the battery in the SRAM cards would make such a difference, but now that you explain it it kinda sounds logical. I wonder if the poqet used the same or at least very similar PCMCIA controller since it had the same problem. Actually I have pretty much the same invoice from DIP -...
It was also suffering from the infamous freezing problem - completely froze when installing Firefox. Tried to reboot, then it froze on bootup. tried again then it froze on Viliv logo. Tried again and now it isn't showing anything on screen any more... Shame that the Viliv were so problem ridden. I t...
Confusing, since Sven posted the output from his linux machine which clearly claimed the working card "SDCFB-16-485" as 5.0 Volts. But yeah maybe it's a Linux bug or so? No idea how linux reads out the voltage anyways. Could also be a flag that is just configured in a wrong way? But let's just say I...
- Tue Jan 21, 2020 7:01 pm
- Forum: DOS Palmtops
- Topic: Added Minix (Linux) download for the Sharp PC-3100
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Well if you miss Linux while using the Sharp PC-3100 then here it is. I finally added it to the extras page (on bottom).
Well according to Sven Uttcke I had the impression that only 5 Volt cards work... I just leave this link where he tried some cards: https://kogs-www.informatik.uni-hamburg.de/~utcke/Private/Palmtop/sharp-pc3100.html I think formatting the card directly in the PC-3000 should work fine if the card is ...