C64 maze generator
Pak Pak Monster
|Wednesday 23rd June 2010||Scouter3d (Austria)|
Finally, after years of searching, i found the Pinout of the PSU for my Laser 2001 (thanks to Madrigal from Creativemu). I figured my Laser would have the same PSU as the CreatiVision Game, and i was right! (9V AC and 18V AC). But be carefull, there are different Versions of internal Laser PSU´s some need +5V DC, -5V DC and 12V DC ... There are some pictures at the Creativemu homepage. Greetings from Austria
|Tuesday 12th April 2005||Olivier (France)|
Ask webmasters of this site :
I know they have a Salora Manager
Or... use the Woozgotwat function of www.old-computers.com to find collectors having these systems:
|Monday 11th April 2005||scouter3d (austria)|
I am searching for the piunout of the Laser 2001 / Salora Manager Powersupply ... Please help !
|Wednesday 12th November 2003||Ansichrist // Antti Kolsi (Remorse1981)|
I have a Salora Manager too... It's a nice lil' machine. Only thing I'mmissing is a decent drawing program for it.
Btw. hi, Eero.
|Wednesday 6th August 2003||Eero Nevalainen (Finland)|
I am a proud owner of a Salora Manager, and as a programmer I would just love to get to code something for the machine. Of course there's the BASIC, but getting to do something directly in assembly would be great... alas, there are no real specs for the machine anywhere.
Does anyone know of any in-depth programming information for the computer in question? The floppies seem like they could be written on a PC with a floppy drive, so this might offer a possibility to code and compile on a PC and then execute the result on the Salora (unless the thing only reads BASIC off floppies, of course)... anyone knows what sort of binary format the Salora wants to see on the floppy?
Any info would be greatly appreciated, as it would rock to see what this old steam engine of a computer can do if pushed to the limit.. ;)
|Tuesday 26th February 2002||Pertti Toivonen (Finland)|
I've got an 'never used' Salora Manager. Anyone interested???? Mail me.