[sebhc] DISKETTES and stuff

Carroll Waddell CarrollWaddell at sc.rr.com
Wed Jun 2 20:39:36 CDT 2004

I'm not sure, but I seem to remember that the main difference between 
the 8080 and the 8085 was that the 8085 only needed +5 volts.

Fred11da at aol.com wrote:

>In a message dated 6/2/04 3:17:13 PM Pacific Daylight Time, 
>CarrollWaddell at sc.rr.com writes:
> Also, does anyone know if there was ever a DOS version for the 8080, or 
> was CP/M the closest thing?
> Carroll
> -- >>
>Hello to all and Carroll. 
>I have two cents to add from my very old memory.  In the early 1980s  I had a 
>Dec (Digital Equipment Corp.) Rainbow floppy disk computer.  As I remember
>I booted with a CPM disk.  If I wanted to run something from DOS (Version 1.* 
> ???)  I
>spawned from CPM to a DOS disk.   I would have to check but I think the 
>Rainbow used
>an 8085 chip.  Is that close enough to your 8080 request?  
>The Rainbow and software are in boxes somewhere around my house.  I will look 
>them If you think it would be helpful to you.
>David F.
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