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T > TRANSAM > Tuscan S-100


This mini forum is intended to provide a simple means of discussion about the Transam Tuscan S-100 computer. If you want to share your own experience or memories, or add relevant information about this system: post a message! For other purposes like sales messages, hardware & software questions or information requests, please use our main forum.

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Friday 17th December 2004
Lyndon (UK)
Tuscan S100

Hi All, I have a Transam Tuscan S100 with 5.25" drives, a digittalker S100 bus card and 60k memory card. My system does boot from the CP/M 2.2 disk however there is a faulty sector so all I get is CP/M 2.2 boot message and the cursor comes back. Typing anything crashes it. Any one have a working CP/M 2.2 Boot disk for a Tuscan I can have a copy of?
I also have original manual with all circuit diagrams and description of how the hardware works. I will scan this in and make a PDF of it early 2005 and place it on my site for download.

Tuesday 14th December 2004
John (UK)
1980s Vintage Computers


I have a series of Practical Computing magazines frm July 1980 written by the designer of this machine:

One day I will scan them in ;-)

I also have one of these machines, and would like to hear from other owners, so please e-mail me.


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