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Wednesday 19th March 2014
Dark Avenger (Austria)

Hi folks,

Dark Avenger has nothing to do with Pravetz 8C. The viruses he wrote were for IMB PC compatible Pravetz 16 and specially designed for completely unprotected and unsecure versions of MSDOS/PCDOS.


Sunday 5th November 2006
TiMeWaRp (Bulgaria)

No cybernmd, Pravetz PC were made in Bulgaria i town called Pravetz nothing common with Tashkent, Uzbekistan

Thursday 27th April 2006
cybernmd (USA)

Yeah, but it already featured some primitive LAN technology. As a middle school student, I had a lot of fun with those machines. Pravetz LAN had functionality of p2p messaging, exchange of files, and even grabbing the screen content from any computer on the LAN ;->.

Saturday 15th October 2005
cybernmd (USA)

Pravetz 8C were made in Tashkent, Uzbekistan - former USSR republic. Just a slight spelling error.

Friday 5th November 2004
bhtooefr (USA)

This machine does NOT have the same capabilities as the Apple IIc. The IIc came with 128KB RAM stock. The processor in this box might not be a 65C02 compatible, only a 6502 compatible (some apps needed the additional instructions). Also, the IIc didn't have any expansion capability (except in later models, and then the only supported expansions were RAM).

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