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A > APPLE  > APPLE IIe Platinum


This mini forum is intended to provide a simple means of discussion about the Apple  APPLE IIe Platinum computer. If you want to share your own experience or memories, or add relevant information about this system: post a message!

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Saturday 13rd January 2007
Henry (usA)
Apple II Q&A

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Wednesday 18th October 2006
Henry (USA)

How to remove Cards

Remember the Slot!!
Grasp the sides of the card with your hand and pull, be careful! NEVER WIGGLE THE CARD FROM SIDE TO SIDE!!! Rock it BACK AND FORTH. Carfully. Do NOT FORCE IT! You should never tocu the golden 'teeth' on the bottom of the card; this can distort data that is transferd through them or ruin the card forever. When you put the card back in, do the same manuver as befor, but push (not too hard). The components (all that stuff) face away from the power supply. Sometimes there is a label that show you where it should face.

Wednesday 18th October 2006
Henry (USA)

Want to see if you Apple IIe Platinum is in tip top shape? Simply press Control-Option- Reset
Patterns will appear on the screen and will stay for a few moments as the machine searches for any problems it has. If you hear a sound and see the messege

System OK

Then great!

If not, the problem may be one of the cards inside. Open the Apple IIE and CAREFULLY remove ONE card at a time and run the test. Repet the process with each card, one at a time. This is a great way to look for problems with your Apple IIe Platinum. Good Luck!

Friday 14th October 2005
Henry (USA)

If you need a monitor for your Apple IIe Platinum you can use a television. Yes that's right! All YOU need is a TV or a VCR with the yellow, red, and white cords. These can be found in any electromic store where a TV can be purcahased. What you need is the YELLOW cable. It hooks right in to the IIe platinum and connects with the
What you need
-A Yellow Video cable
- A TV/ VCR with the RED, White and Yellow jacks.
Look at the "rear side" of the Apple IIe platinum and in the lower left hand corner farthest left is where the jack pluggs in.

Good Luck!

Tuesday 24th May 2005
Henry  (US of A)

When you want to add a device like a floppy drive and the 12 slots in the back are empty, you'll need a controller card. Other devices like- Printers, a mouse, RGB moniter, etc, must have this too.
A printer or modem you need a Super Serial card made by Apple. These ar't made any more but can be found on EBAY.COM

Friday 8th April 2005
Link (Hyrule)

I have about 12 Apple IIs, II+s, IIc's and IIes and this is the one I use. It's the newest machine, I have it on ethernet, and it has the numeric keypad. Best IIe ever!

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