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This mini forum is intended to provide a simple means of discussion about the MSI 6800 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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Tuesday 19th April 2011
Dana Peterson (Arizona)

Chuck: I was the designer of the MSI 6800.
Any questions?


Monday 11th April 2011
Chuck

The 1977 catalog from Midwest Scientific Instruments (featuring the MSI-6800) is available at http://www.hinkles.us/chuckbo/MSI-6800/index.htm


Sunday 10th July 2016
Brad (Canada)
Vintage Computer Mania

I acquired one of these recently. However, instead of the ''MSIBUG'' ROM it has something called HUMBUG. It wants an operating system disk which I don''t have.. wondering if anyone out there knows where I might find a copy of the original ROM? Or knows anything about HUMBUG?


Saturday 25th August 2012
Monica A. Koury-Salloum

Just found a sharp PC 6800 in my shed. LOL Just wondering if a museum might want it??? please reply. mksalloum@msn.com


Saturday 25th August 2012
Monica A. Koury-Salloum

Just found a sharp PC 6800 in my shed. LOL Just wondering if a museum might want it??? please reply. mksalloum@msn.com


Thursday 29th September 2011
Glenn Taylor (Shawnee KS)

I''m the Glenn Taylor mentioned above. We had some fun working on the 6800 system.





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