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  1. Apple II Disk Drives
    Floppy Drives
    1. Apple ][ Floppy Drive Reference
    2. Daisy Chain explained
    3. 35 vs. 40 or more tracks
    4. 13 vs. 16 Sectors per Track
    5. DOS 3.3 Maximum Capacity
    6. 720K ProDOS Volumes
    7. Blank Media 5.25" / 3.5" Disks
      1. Common Media use by disk size/capacity
      2. Common Media use by Computer
    8. Substituting DSHD (1.2MB or 1.44MB) for DSDD (360K or 720K/800K) media. DON'T!
    9. Other Media Formats

  2. 20 Pin IDC
    A2 5.25 Drives (20 Pin)
    1. Apple Disk ][ Drive A2M0003 / A2M0004
    2. MicroSci A2 / A20 / A80
    3. Vista Solo / Quartet / V1200
    4. Rana Systems Elite I, II, & III
    5. Concorde C-111 / 112
    6. Other 5.25" 20 Pin IDC Drives

  3. 19 Pin Cable
    A2 5.25 Drives (19 Pin)
    1. AppleDisk 5.25 (A9M0107)
    2. Apple UniDisk 5.25 (A9M0104)
    3. Apple DuoDisk 5.25 (A9M0108)
    4. Apple UniFile / DuoFile 5.25 (Unreleased)
    5. Apple Uni/Duo Drive 'System'
    6. IIc Plus, IIgs ROM 3, LC Slot //e Card & 5.25" Drives
    7. 20 Pin drives: Converting to 19 pin
    8. Apple Disk ][ Converting to 19 pin. Addendum

  4. 800K and 1.44M
    A2 3.5 Drives
    1. AppleDisk 3.5 (A9M0106)
    2. Apple UniDisk 3.5 (A2M2053)
    3. Apple DuoDisk 3.5 (Unreleased)
    4. Apple FDHD / SuperDrive 3.5 (G7287)
    5. Haba Systems HabaDisk
    6. Amdek AmDisk I, III
    7. Compatibility Chart
      3.5 Drive Compatibility
      1. Apple //c
      2. Apple IIc Plus
      3. Apple ][, ][+, //e (With Controller)
      4. Apple IIgs
      5. Macintosh

  5. Floppy Disk Controllers
    A2 Floppy Controllers
    1. Disk ][ Drive controller 5.25" (20 Pin)
    2. Apple 5.25 Drive controller (19 Pin)
    3. Apple 3.5 Controller (aka the 'Liron' card)
    4. Apple SuperDrive Controller
    5. UDC / Universal Disk Controller
    6. Apple II Universal Controller
    7. Blue Disk
    8. Urphi Controller

  6. Apple II RAM Expansion
    RAM Cards
    1. Apple IIgs Ram Cards
    2. Apple //e Ram Cards
    3. Apple //e RAM Cards Explained
    4. Apple ][+ & //e Ram Cards
    5. Apple //c Ram Cards
    6. Other Cards that use RAM
    7. Misc. RAM Card Related Information & Problem Solutions
    8. RAM Chips

  7. SCSI Interface Cards
    A2 SCSI Cards
    1. CMS SCSI II
    2. Apple Rev. C SCSI
    3. Apple High Speed SCSI
    4. RAMFast SCSI
  8. CD ROM Drives
  9. DiscQuest

  10. Peripheral Cards
    A2 Peripheral Cards
    1. Parallel Printer Interface
    2. Parallel Printer Interface with Graphic Capability
    3. Super Serial Card
    4. Slot 3 80 Column Card
    5. Apple Mouse & Bit Mouse:
    6. Z80 - CP/M Card
    7. PC Transporter

  11. Other Peripherals
    A2 Peripherals
    1. No Slot Clock
    2. Game I/O Devices
    3. Koala Pad
    4. Joystick
    5. Paddles
    6. ImageWriter II Buffer Cards
    7. Joystick/Paddle Usage Chart

  12. Commonly Used Cables
    A2 Cables

  13. Apple II 8 bit Operating Systems
    A2 DOS ProDOS
    1. ProDOS Users Disk & Manual
    2. ProDOS Versions

  14. System Upgrades
    A2 Upgrades
    1. Apple //e Enhancement Kit
    2. Apple //c 3.5" Upgrade
    3. Apple IIgs ROM 01

  15. System Diagnostic Information
    A2 Diagnostic
    1. Apple IIgs
    2. Apple //e - Original Release (1982)
    3. Apple //e - Enhanced
    4. Apple //c - Original Release (1983)
    5. Apple //c - Enhanced (1985), and IIc Plus
    6. General notes for the 8 bit Apple II's
    7. General notes for the Apple IIgs
    8. Apple ///
  16. Monitors
    A2 Monitors
    1. AppleColor RGB
    2. Apple Monitor ///
    3. Apple Monitor //
    4. Apple Monitor //c
  17. Apple II CPU Specifications
    A2 System Specs
    1. Apple ][ / ][+
    2. Apple //e
    3. Apple //c
    4. Apple //c+
    5. Apple IIgs


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