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Tuesday 23rd October 2018
John Harrison
John Harrison

Previous post seems to have gone wrong. This URL should work. Nascom link on home page


Tuesday 23rd October 2018
John Harrison (England)
John Harrison

I built a Nascom 2 and designed a sound card to go with it. I subsequently added discs and more storage. Full story $ picture at: http://jaharrison.me.uk/Misc/Nascom/


Monday 17th November 2014
Chris Blackmore (United Kingdom)
www.doctor-dark.co.uk

I started with a Nascom 1 in 1978, upgraded to a Nascom 2, and added a Z80B based Gemini display card, two 256K RAM boards, floppy disc board with two 5.25" drives, I/O board, sound card with two sneaky copies of the Winchester sound card, a floating-point add-on processor card, and a Pluto colour graphics card with added palette card. I called it Marvin.





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