[Coco] Getting back in with CoCo & have a few questions

L. Curtis Boyle curtisboyle at sasktel.net
Tue May 12 16:41:11 EDT 2020

If you hold the SHIFT key down during boot (which bypasses the startup file, and will only make the initial 40 column single window), you should be able to boot in 128K. But you won’t be able to turn much except for smaller programs, and not GShell/Multivue at all. But if you just want to get a little practice in navigating through NitrOS9 again, that may help you.

L. Curtis Boyle
curtisboyle at sasktel.net

> On May 12, 2020, at 12:57 PM, Stephen Pereira <stephen.m.pereira.sr at gmail.com> wrote:
> Thanks very much to you all who have recommended the EOU project!
> That will be what I will do - once my 2MB 6309 CoCo 3 arrives.
> Since they require 512KB RAM, I won’t be able to give that a try on my stock 128K CoCo 3 right now.
> smp
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> Stephen Pereira
> Bedford, NH  03110
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