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Re: huge collection of hp kit and archives

Guy Dunphy
 

Thanks Rik. Also for the list of resources.
All info like these I'm saving in my HP1000 folder for future ref. Since I _can't_ work on that system atm.

Adrian: http://www.computermuseum.org.uk
WOW, what a collection.

Guy

At 01:16 PM 2/03/2019 +0100, you wrote:
Guy,

If you use the term writable control store (wcs) you'll find enough info.
The assembler manual and engineering reference also describes the way the HP
1000 processors work, you can create new commands by combining the micro
programs commands which the processor uses when it processes machine code.
The firmware extension like the fast fortran processor also uses this
principle.

-Rik


Re: huge collection of hp kit and archives

Adrian
 

I'm guessing it's :

http://www.computermuseum.org.uk

........and indeed they seem to have one or two old computers around.....I do feel having TWELVE Cray machines might be considered a little excessive though?

Adrian

On 3/2/2019 11:47 AM, Guy Dunphy wrote:
At 12:21 AM 2/03/2019 -0800, Jim wrote:
hi folkes
been watching the chat for a while. At the computer sheds in the uk we have a large collection of hp kit. not all on the web site.
Computer sheds? What's the web site URL?

many yesrs ago we took the hp archives and test kit from Bristol labs. Just found 37 (maybe more) mag tapes which say hp1000 archives on each, i guess these might be ilportant?!
I've read that the HP 1000 machine I have (see http://everist.org/NobLog/20131112_HP_1000_minicomputer_teardown.htm )
has 'user extensible microcode.'

So far I haven't seen any documentation or software tools related to that.

Guy




Re: huge collection of hp kit and archives

 

Guy,

If you use the term writable control store (wcs) you'll find enough info.
The assembler manual and engineering reference also describes the way the HP
1000 processors work, you can create new commands by combining the micro
programs commands which the processor uses when it processes machine code.
The firmware extension like the fast fortran processor also uses this
principle.

-Rik

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At 12:21 AM 2/03/2019 -0800, Jim wrote:
hi folkes
been watching the chat for a while. At the computer sheds in the uk we
have
a large collection of hp kit. not all on the web site.

Computer sheds? What's the web site URL?

many yesrs ago we took the hp archives and test kit from Bristol labs.
Just
found 37 (maybe more) mag tapes which say hp1000 archives on each, i guess
these might be ilportant?!

I've read that the HP 1000 machine I have (see
http://everist.org/NobLog/20131112_HP_1000_minicomputer_teardown.htm )
has 'user extensible microcode.'

So far I haven't seen any documentation or software tools related to that.

Guy




Re: huge collection of hp kit and archives

Guy Dunphy
 

At 12:21 AM 2/03/2019 -0800, Jim wrote:
hi folkes
been watching the chat for a while. At the computer sheds in the uk we have a large collection of hp kit. not all on the web site.
Computer sheds? What's the web site URL?

many yesrs ago we took the hp archives and test kit from Bristol labs. Just found 37 (maybe more) mag tapes which say hp1000 archives on each, i guess these might be ilportant?!
I've read that the HP 1000 machine I have (see http://everist.org/NobLog/20131112_HP_1000_minicomputer_teardown.htm )
has 'user extensible microcode.'

So far I haven't seen any documentation or software tools related to that.

Guy


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HP 21MX 1000 series information

 

HP 1000 series information and were to find it, a small list with the most comprehensive sources I know.

I don’t pretend it’s the complete list so please add any sources that aren’t mentioned.

After a while I will copy this to the WIKI pages.

 

 

Diagrams and working of the 2100A/S.

http://bitsavers.trailing-edge.com/pdf/hp/21xx/02100-90002_2100AmaintAug72.pdf

 

Engineering reference, diagrams etc. for the E F and M series.

http://bitsavers.trailing-edge.com/pdf/hp/1000/1000_MEF_EngrRef/

 

Engineering diagram for the A-series (ERD documents).

http://bitsavers.trailing-edge.com/pdf/hp/1000/A-series/

 

Engineering diagram for the L-series (ERD documents).

http://bitsavers.trailing-edge.com/pdf/hp/1000/L-series/

 

Information about software and operating systems and interfaces can be found at.

Bitsavers

http://bitsavers.trailing-edge.com/pdf/hp/

 

HP Computer Museum

21XX series

http://www.hpmuseum.net/exhibit.php?class=3&cat=31

 

1000 series MEF

http://www.hpmuseum.net/exhibit.php?class=3&cat=33

 

A and L-series

http://www.hpmuseum.net/exhibit.php?class=3&cat=37

 

Terry Newton IPL information

http://newton.freehostia.com/hp/index.html

 

HP-IPL OS

http://www.infionline.net/%7Ewtnewton/oldcomp/hp2100/index.html

 

Brent Hilperts information about the HP 21xx series computers.

http://madrona.ca/e/HP21xx/index.html

 

SIMH Emulation of HP 1000 series

https://github.com/simh/simh

http://simh.trailing-edge.com/

 

Tim Riker’s and Jeff Moffat’s information about the HP 1000

http://hp1000.org/

 

HP Software tape images (binaries, papertape, etc.)

http://bitsavers.trailing-edge.com/bits/HP/HP_1000_software_collection/

 

HP 1000 firmware

http://bitsavers.trailing-edge.com/bits/HP/1000_firmware/

 

 

 

-Rik

 


huge collection of hp kit and archives

austin@...
 

hi folkes
been watching the chat for a while. At the computer sheds in the uk we have a large collection of hp kit. not all on the web site. 
many yesrs ago we took the hp archives and test kit from Bristol labs. Just found 37 (maybe more) mag tapes which say hp1000 archives on each, i guess these might be ilportant?!

we will attempt to read one, chevking for any delamination of the oxide of course.

any one remember these?

jim


Re: WTB HP 1000, 2113B, 21MX, ... *** EXTENDER CARD **** ( for I/O Cards )

 

Marc,

HP 21MX Power supply information/diagrams can be found in part X or XI of the engineering reference, which is on bitsavers.

-Rik




On Sat, Mar 2, 2019 at 7:40 AM +0100, "CuriousMarc" <marc.verdiell@...> wrote:

I too would be interested by the schematics of the power supplies, having the same issue. Is that something I should contact you directly about too?
Marc


Re: WTB HP 1000, 2113B, 21MX, ... *** EXTENDER CARD **** ( for I/O Cards )

 

I too would be interested by the schematics of the power supplies, having the same issue. Is that something I should contact you directly about too?
Marc


Re: WTB HP 1000, 2113B, 21MX, ... *** EXTENDER CARD **** ( for I/O Cards )

Stephen Hanselman
 

Ok I looked at your site and now it makes more sense.  We have un-scanned schematics for a version of the B supply but found issues when we tried to track stuff in the C, which you have and is much better.  As you mentioned it’s supposed to be the same but the front small card has some different stuff on it.  

You can get me at the address below after the 14 of March. 

Regards,

 

Stephen Hanselman

Datagate Systems, LLC

3107 North Deer Run Road #24

Carson City, Nevada, 89701

(775) 882-5117 office

(775) 720-6020 mobile

s.hanselman@...

www.datagatesystems.com

a Service Disabled, Veteran Owned Small Business

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On Mar 1, 2019, at 19:04, Guy Dunphy <guykd@...> wrote:

At 04:32 PM 1/03/2019 +0700, you wrote:
Sorry for the delay and thanks for the picture.

Don't worry about speed. I'm neck deep in multiple other stacked projects, and won't be getting to the HP 1000 system for quite a while. "Sometime this year" is about the best I can hope for.  Also the #1 task is to find a schematic for the late model power supply.
And btw, I'm not getting time to keep up with VintHP posts, so it was lucky I saw this. If you could cc to my email
Guy Dunphy <guykd@...>   so I don't miss replies, it would be appreciated.

I can't recall if I linked to the whole article about my HP 1000? Here:
  http://everist.org/NobLog/20131112_HP_1000_minicomputer_teardown.htm

Missing from that are photos of the crate of IO cables, for all the IO cards, etc.

You’ve got, assuming all of the rooms are installed, a nicely loaded system.

It should be consistently complete. It was rescued from a junkyard, but I know it had not been ratted for parts.
It's past life was part of a service test system for FA18 combat rader sets. I presume the hard drives were destroyed
for security reasons.

Ideally you can find a disc that emulates CS80 that’s probably the easiest.  Or you might look for a 7945 or 7958. These are roughly 14â€&#65533;x8â€&#65533;x19â€&#65533; or so(it’s been a while.  Both are CS-80 drives, in fact the 7945 was the std. drive for the 3000 mdl 37.

Please remember I have ZERO experience with minicomputers of any kind. You're using terms that to me are just potential
google searches.

Bearing used to make drives and there was a company in Israel that also did them.

Actually by 'emulation' I was thinking of ways to simulate an original drive, using a PC. Has this been done already?

If you haven’t already looked, or don’t know where, pull the bottom two or three memory boards.  They are located on the proc pca in a sort of “Lâ€&#65533; pattern.

? Context ? Did you leave out a sentence there? You're referring to the DIP switches on the processor PCB?
My machine is completely disassembled. The proc pca is in an anti-static padded wrap. But what about the DIP switches?

Nice thing is with the 7970 rom, and a 7970E + I/F you can load software from tape. We have several copies of the MEF diagnostics on both 800BPI and 1600BPI tapes.

What are 'MEF diagnostics'? The only documentation I have is the contents of one ring binder I bought some time after getting the machine. Contents are listed in my article.
I do have one complete 800BPI tape drive (HP 7970B, and a service manual for it) plus cables for it to the HP 1000.
Also recently acquired a couple of Kennedy 800/1600 tape drives (9000 & 9100; functionality unknown), but so far have no docs or interfaces for those.

We have, although not for a while, done repairs on the MEF and have a fair assortment of I/F cards and cables. Although as you say the shipping may be too pricy.

Shipping on smaller items is OK. For instance this most recent US ebay buy: http://everist.org/NobLog/20190223_full_spectrum.htm
Unexpected dramas aside.

How are you fixed for the MEF CE handbook?

:( I don't even know what that is. Neither 'MEF' or 'CE.' And google isn't helping.

I know I have extra hard copies, but “thinkâ€&#65533; I have a PDF. Along with CE PDFs for most of the common peripherals

I'd be very happy to buy and pay postage on whatever hard copies of manuals for this system that you can spare.
I'm a PDF-curmudgeon. Really hate using PDF anything while working on hardware. But can suffer it if there is no alternative.

All the best,
Guy


Regards,
Stephen Hanselman
Datagate Systems, LLC
3107 North Deer Run Road #24
Carson City, Nevada, 89701
(775) 882-5117 office
(775) 720-6020 mobile
s.hanselman@...
www.datagatesystems.com
a Service Disabled, Veteran Owned Small Business

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On Feb 23, 2019, at 09:47, Guy Dunphy <guykd@...> wrote:

At 05:08 PM 22/02/2019 -0800, Stephen Hanselman wrote:
I’m not sure how this will work but.....

The backplanes both front and back are the same as far PIN numbers and spacing goes. There are significant wiring/connection differences in the memory plane and the I/O plane.

So, only one kind of extender card required. Good.

Without knowing what the rom part numbers are I’ll make a guess. The 79XX and the 7905/7920 should talk to the same drives.  Although it may be that your computer had a loader that would talk to either CS80 discs or 7906H. I really think you just have two versions of the MAC family loader.  The 264X is self explanatory.

See photo here: http://everist.org/NobLog/pics/20131112/IMG_6027_front_panel_tag.jpg

The 7914 is heavy around 175 pounds packed for shipment.  Shipping is no problem if the spindle lock and the head lock are engaged.  I suspect the cost of shipping is going to be just this side of obscene.  $3K by express and $1K by ship w/41 day transit time

Ouch. THAT heavy. And big. Found a photo: https://www.computerhistory.org/collections/catalog/102704255

I buy gear from the USA now and then, and use Shipito reshipper (in LA, CA) for somewhat better pricing.
But that weight is beyond my means.
Oh well, looks like emulation is the way to go.

Guy





Re: WTB HP 1000, 2113B, 21MX, ... *** EXTENDER CARD **** ( for I/O Cards )

Guy Dunphy
 

At 04:32 PM 1/03/2019 +0700, you wrote:
Sorry for the delay and thanks for the picture.
Don't worry about speed. I'm neck deep in multiple other stacked projects, and won't be getting to the HP 1000 system for quite a while. "Sometime this year" is about the best I can hope for. Also the #1 task is to find a schematic for the late model power supply.
And btw, I'm not getting time to keep up with VintHP posts, so it was lucky I saw this. If you could cc to my email
Guy Dunphy <guykd@optusnet.com.au> so I don't miss replies, it would be appreciated.

I can't recall if I linked to the whole article about my HP 1000? Here:
http://everist.org/NobLog/20131112_HP_1000_minicomputer_teardown.htm

Missing from that are photos of the crate of IO cables, for all the IO cards, etc.

You’ve got, assuming all of the rooms are installed, a nicely loaded system.
It should be consistently complete. It was rescued from a junkyard, but I know it had not been ratted for parts.
It's past life was part of a service test system for FA18 combat rader sets. I presume the hard drives were destroyed
for security reasons.

Ideally you can find a disc that emulates CS80 that’s probably the easiest. Or you might look for a 7945 or 7958. These are roughly 14�x8�x19� or so(it’s been a while. Both are CS-80 drives, in fact the 7945 was the std. drive for the 3000 mdl 37.
Please remember I have ZERO experience with minicomputers of any kind. You're using terms that to me are just potential
google searches.

Bearing used to make drives and there was a company in Israel that also did them.
Actually by 'emulation' I was thinking of ways to simulate an original drive, using a PC. Has this been done already?

If you haven’t already looked, or don’t know where, pull the bottom two or three memory boards. They are located on the proc pca in a sort of “L� pattern.
? Context ? Did you leave out a sentence there? You're referring to the DIP switches on the processor PCB?
My machine is completely disassembled. The proc pca is in an anti-static padded wrap. But what about the DIP switches?

Nice thing is with the 7970 rom, and a 7970E + I/F you can load software from tape. We have several copies of the MEF diagnostics on both 800BPI and 1600BPI tapes.
What are 'MEF diagnostics'? The only documentation I have is the contents of one ring binder I bought some time after getting the machine. Contents are listed in my article.
I do have one complete 800BPI tape drive (HP 7970B, and a service manual for it) plus cables for it to the HP 1000.
Also recently acquired a couple of Kennedy 800/1600 tape drives (9000 & 9100; functionality unknown), but so far have no docs or interfaces for those.

We have, although not for a while, done repairs on the MEF and have a fair assortment of I/F cards and cables. Although as you say the shipping may be too pricy.
Shipping on smaller items is OK. For instance this most recent US ebay buy: http://everist.org/NobLog/20190223_full_spectrum.htm
Unexpected dramas aside.

How are you fixed for the MEF CE handbook?
:( I don't even know what that is. Neither 'MEF' or 'CE.' And google isn't helping.

I know I have extra hard copies, but “think� I have a PDF. Along with CE PDFs for most of the common peripherals
I'd be very happy to buy and pay postage on whatever hard copies of manuals for this system that you can spare.
I'm a PDF-curmudgeon. Really hate using PDF anything while working on hardware. But can suffer it if there is no alternative.

All the best,
Guy


Regards,
Stephen Hanselman
Datagate Systems, LLC
3107 North Deer Run Road #24
Carson City, Nevada, 89701
(775) 882-5117 office
(775) 720-6020 mobile
s.hanselman@datagatesystems.com
www.datagatesystems.com
a Service Disabled, Veteran Owned Small Business

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On Feb 23, 2019, at 09:47, Guy Dunphy <guykd@optusnet.com.au> wrote:

At 05:08 PM 22/02/2019 -0800, Stephen Hanselman wrote:
I’m not sure how this will work but.....

The backplanes both front and back are the same as far PIN numbers and spacing goes. There are significant wiring/connection differences in the memory plane and the I/O plane.

So, only one kind of extender card required. Good.

Without knowing what the rom part numbers are I’ll make a guess. The 79XX and the 7905/7920 should talk to the same drives. Although it may be that your computer had a loader that would talk to either CS80 discs or 7906H. I really think you just have two versions of the MAC family loader. The 264X is self explanatory.

See photo here: http://everist.org/NobLog/pics/20131112/IMG_6027_front_panel_tag.jpg

The 7914 is heavy around 175 pounds packed for shipment. Shipping is no problem if the spindle lock and the head lock are engaged. I suspect the cost of shipping is going to be just this side of obscene. $3K by express and $1K by ship w/41 day transit time

Ouch. THAT heavy. And big. Found a photo: https://www.computerhistory.org/collections/catalog/102704255

I buy gear from the USA now and then, and use Shipito reshipper (in LA, CA) for somewhat better pricing.
But that weight is beyond my means.
Oh well, looks like emulation is the way to go.

Guy


Re: WTB HP 1000, 2113B, 21MX, ... *** EXTENDER CARD **** ( for I/O Cards )

Stephen Hanselman
 

Sorry for the delay and thanks for the picture.  You’ve got, assuming all of the rooms are installed, a nicely loaded system. Ideally you can find a disc that emulates CS80 that’s probably the easiest.  Or you might look for a 7945 or 7958. These are roughly 14”x8”x19” or so(it’s been a while.  Both are CS-80 drives, in fact the 7945 was the std. drive for the 3000 mdl 37.  Bearing used to make drives and there was a company in Israel that also did them.   If you haven’t already looked, or don’t know where, pull the bottom two or three memory boards.  They are located on the proc pca in a sort of “L” pattern.

Nice thing is with the 7970 rom, and a 7970E + I/F you can load software from tape. We have several copies of the MEF diagnostics on both 800BPI and 1600BPI tapes. 

We have, although not for a while, done repairs on the MEF and have a fair assortment of I/F cards and cables. Although as you say the shipping may be too pricy. 

How are you fixed for the MEF CE handbook?  I know I have extra hard copies, but “think” I have a PDF. Along with CE PDFs for most of the common peripherals 

Regards,

 

Stephen Hanselman

Datagate Systems, LLC

3107 North Deer Run Road #24

Carson City, Nevada, 89701

(775) 882-5117 office

(775) 720-6020 mobile

s.hanselman@...

www.datagatesystems.com

a Service Disabled, Veteran Owned Small Business

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On Feb 23, 2019, at 09:47, Guy Dunphy <guykd@...> wrote:

At 05:08 PM 22/02/2019 -0800, Stephen Hanselman wrote:
I’m not sure how this will work but.....

The backplanes both front and back are the same as far PIN numbers and spacing goes. There are significant wiring/connection differences in the memory plane and the I/O plane.

So, only one kind of extender card required. Good.

Without knowing what the rom part numbers are I’ll make a guess. The 79XX and the 7905/7920 should talk to the same drives.  Although it may be that your computer had a loader that would talk to either CS80 discs or 7906H. I really think you just have two versions of the MAC family loader.  The 264X is self explanatory.

See photo here: http://everist.org/NobLog/pics/20131112/IMG_6027_front_panel_tag.jpg

The 7914 is heavy around 175 pounds packed for shipment.  Shipping is no problem if the spindle lock and the head lock are engaged.  I suspect the cost of shipping is going to be just this side of obscene.  $3K by express and $1K by ship w/41 day transit time

Ouch. THAT heavy. And big. Found a photo: https://www.computerhistory.org/collections/catalog/102704255

I buy gear from the USA now and then, and use Shipito reshipper (in LA, CA) for somewhat better pricing.
But that weight is beyond my means.
Oh well, looks like emulation is the way to go.

Guy








Re: HP BASIC 5.1 and 4 MB RAM - a new DIO combo board

HP75_8687
 

This board will work fine in any series 200 machine (9826, 9836, 9920, 9000/237, 9816 or 9000/217) as well as in a 310 or 320.

From 330 on, memory extensions are plugged into the main board, slow DIO-I memory cards won’t work. For those computers, hard disk based BASIC 6.2 would be the better choice.

Especially recommended is to plug the board into a 9816, since this compact computer only features two DIO slots.

 

 

 

Von: VintHPcom@groups.io [mailto:VintHPcom@groups.io] Im Auftrag von Lee A. White
Gesendet: Donnerstag, 28. Februar 2019 00:37
An: VintHPcom@groups.io
Betreff: Re: [VintHPcom] HP BASIC 5.1 and 4 MB RAM - a new DIO combo board

 

What different machines will this board plug into and function?

 

Sent: Wednesday, February 27, 2019 2:39 AM

Subject: Re: [VintHPcom] HP BASIC 5.1 and 4 MB RAM - a new DIO combo board

 

I also bought a Basic 5.1 / 4MB combo board from Dominique for my 310 on January.
My 310 had 1MB on-board plus 2 x 1 MB boards. By just reallocating the 1 MB board addresses, I have now a total of 7 MB! The on-board 1 MB space is, apparently, automatically re-allocated.
So we (the 310 and I) are very happy!

J-F


Re: HP BASIC 5.1 and 4 MB RAM - a new DIO combo board

Lee A. White
 

What different machines will this board plug into and function?

Sent: Wednesday, February 27, 2019 2:39 AM
Subject: Re: [VintHPcom] HP BASIC 5.1 and 4 MB RAM - a new DIO combo board

I also bought a Basic 5.1 / 4MB combo board from Dominique for my 310 on January.
My 310 had 1MB on-board plus 2 x 1 MB boards. By just reallocating the 1 MB board addresses, I have now a total of 7 MB! The on-board 1 MB space is, apparently, automatically re-allocated.
So we (the 310 and I) are very happy!

J-F


Re: HP BASIC 5.1 and 4 MB RAM - a new DIO combo board

J-F Garnier
 

I also bought a Basic 5.1 / 4MB combo board from Dominique for my 310 on January.
My 310 had 1MB on-board plus 2 x 1 MB boards. By just reallocating the 1 MB board addresses, I have now a total of 7 MB! The on-board 1 MB space is, apparently, automatically re-allocated.
So we (the 310 and I) are very happy!

J-F


Re: HP BASIC 5.1 and 4 MB RAM - a new DIO combo board

 

I just wanted to chime in that I received my board from Dominique a while back.  I configured according to his instructions, popped it in my 9816, and it fired right up with BASIC 5.1.  It's a very nice piece of work.

Dominique has (as of the last email a couple of weeks ago) indicated that he still has a couple of boards left, with BASIC 5.1 and 1MB of RAM.  That would still make a pretty nifty system.  If anyone is interested, email him directly at his email address: dvp800@...

Cheers,

Dave


Re: BASIC for HP 1000, 21xx series #VintageHPComputers

Herschel Keithline
 

, You may have already been to this resource , but if you haven't, here it is:
Lots of stuff there.

On Mon, Feb 25, 2019 at 8:50 AM gerard_constant <gerardCJAT@...> wrote:
@ Marc,
Paul Birkel gives them all, see his post above, thanks.
See ALSO, what answers I got thru CCTALK, also very informative.


Re: BASIC for HP 1000, 21xx series #VintageHPComputers

gerard_constant
 

@ Marc,
Paul Birkel gives them all, see his post above, thanks.
See ALSO, what answers I got thru CCTALK, also very informative.


Re: BASIC for HP 1000, 21xx series #VintageHPComputers

Paul Birkel
 

From: VintHPcom@groups.io [mailto:VintHPcom@groups.io] On Behalf Of CuriousMarc
Sent: Monday, February 25, 2019 4:06 AM
To: VintHPcom@groups.io
Subject: Re: [VintHPcom] BASIC for HP 1000, 21xx series #VintageHPComputers

 

Gerard,
Do you have a link?
Marc

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