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|Tuesday 8th August 2017||Adnan|
I am interested to buy! Do you still have the computer?
|Thursday 25th May 2017||Ken Macumber (Boston, MA)|
I used a Durango in South Africa in 1981,2 and 3. We used it for word processing. The company, Grinaker Projects, had a number of these systems. We wrote a cool construction bar chart scheduler program that would print out bar charts based on fields that contained start and stop dates, task, and sub-contractor. I could printout individual sheets per sub-contractor and I would distribute task lists to each sub on a weekly basis. It was pretty leading edge stuff for the time and it was very efficient.
|Thursday 5th January 2017||Peter (Germany)|
hatte selbst 2 DurangoF-85 plus ext Doppel-Disk.
Was soll dein F-85 kosten? (etl aus Nostalgie.....)
Gru▀ aus Hamburg
|Friday 22nd July 2016||Frank (Germany)|
I have a Durango F85 incl. some discs and would like to sell it. Anybody interested?
|Wednesday 17th June 2015||Hector Buffa (Argentina)|
When we began our activities we had two F-85. Finally, we''d added hard disk to both computers, and we was able to connect them using ASCUTL.
Then we knew that Mollecular launched a model named Popy o something like that. We saw that computer and we knew that the operative system was able to run on Xenix (Unix little version)
|Tuesday 17th March 2015||Ian Roworth (UK)|
Spotted these 2 posts albeit 2011 I worked for the only UK reseller for the Durango to boot from a floppy disc it was ''Code'' followed by ''Load''
Hope this helps
|Monday 11th July 2011||Peter Breitenfeld (Germany)|
I had 2 F85 and an external Dual Floppy drive$ My brother stored them for me nearly 15 years ago. Neither of us is quite sure if they still do exist anymore.
You have to $ the sytem disk in drive 0 an press 2 keys, if I remember well, like $ctrl$ and $del$. Maybe you simply try two keys which seem familiar in this respect, or which might ring a bell.
I still have the D-Basic disk, and also Star-Basic, which I used for programming software with for my company at the time.
All the best $ let me know.
Regards from Hamburg
If you hit the right keys, it should boot from disk.
|Saturday 21st May 2011||Jim Herman (USA)|
i am a CPA and purchased one of these machiness in 1982 or so and another one a year later. They were wonderful computers and I still have both of them and the software. I fired one up yesterday but found that I had forgotten how to get them up an going. Oh, well, the machines now are a lot faster and easier to run but the Durango was great.