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What Was Your First Computer Like?

Sun Aug 10, 2003 4:05 am

At home:

Processor: 386 at 33Mhz
CGA Screen (Black and white)
HDD: 20MB
RAM: Damn! I don't remember.
Floppy: 3 1/2"

At school we had:

Processor: 286@20Mhz and a couple of 8088@???
Screen: Hercules. Those bright green monitors (black background). I swear that after only one hour using them the white chalk on the board looked.
HDD: None.
RAM: I don't remember quiet well but I think they were in the 500kb range (half a megabyte).
Floppy: 5 1/4"
What did I learn on these??? GWBasic, QBasic and the basic inputs from DOS (remember CLS, CD.., DIR, RENAME, *.*

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RE: What Was Your First Computer Like?

Sun Aug 10, 2003 4:10 am

I have, somewhere deep in my closet at my dads house, a...

are you ready for this?



A Commodore 64!
 
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RE: What Was Your First Computer Like?

Sun Aug 10, 2003 4:13 am

BBC!
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RE: What Was Your First Computer Like?

Sun Aug 10, 2003 4:19 am

On my first post up there....

The white chalk on the board looked PINK
I forgot to put how it looked like. Sometimes my fingers are waaaay faster than my brain.

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RE: What Was Your First Computer Like?

Sun Aug 10, 2003 4:21 am

286 with a 40mb hard drive. At the time it was the shit.

Ahhh how I miss playing those Lucasfilm WWII flight sims...

Liesure Suit Larry and the Space Quest series were good too.
 
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RE: What Was Your First Computer Like?

Sun Aug 10, 2003 4:34 am

Mine was a Compaq Presario 2200. It was... special. Yeah. 180Mhz Cyrix MediaGX processor which was also the video card and sound card. Yep, the computer had no real audio or video, it was all emulated by the processor. It had really good speakers integrated into it and the processor did fake a Soundblaster 16 pretty well. Of course, with all that faking, it made the computer really slow. I upgraded the memory and got an external 56K modem, but eventualy it was just crapping out and I gave up and bought a new PC. I had it for 2 years.
 
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RE: What Was Your First Computer Like?

Sun Aug 10, 2003 4:40 am

My first computer was a Commodore 16, than I got a Commodore 64, than an Amiga 500, than my first real PC (Pentium I, 90 mhz). Now I have a Pentium III 866 mhz but soon it will be replaced with a notebook (maybe a Sony Vaio).

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RE: What Was Your First Computer Like?

Sun Aug 10, 2003 4:48 am

I learned about computers on some kind of Apple when I was 12. We had this game called Montezumas Revenge. Ah, the good old days.....

The first computer I bought was three years ago. Compaq Presario.

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RE: What Was Your First Computer Like?

Sun Aug 10, 2003 5:41 am

My first computer... that belonged to me. was a powerbook 100.
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RE: What Was Your First Computer Like?

Sun Aug 10, 2003 5:52 am

I had a laptop... 15mhz, Took 3 days to install Windows 3.1  Smile/happy/getting dizzy.

Then my first PC was a BBC, then I got a 200mhz TIME computer, and i've built that up to a 1.1ghz Athlon but obviously I spend my money on other things...
 
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RE: What Was Your First Computer Like?

Sun Aug 10, 2003 6:25 am

An Apple II+, which had 48k of memory (a lot at the time). No hard drive, and a 5 1/4" floppy drive, and a monochrome monitor, which was enough to play Ultima I, II, and III, Zork, and Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy (remember those?)

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RE: What Was Your First Computer Like?

Sun Aug 10, 2003 7:48 am

Some 386 it was. I remember there was a "car racing game" and FS3. The rest is mystery.
 
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RE: What Was Your First Computer Like?

Sun Aug 10, 2003 8:20 am

Here was mine  Smile:

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RE: What Was Your First Computer Like?

Sun Aug 10, 2003 9:04 am

1. TI 99/4A
4k of meaty goodness. Remember spending a whole day typing in BASIC from the pages of some enthusiast magazine, just to play with some inept little piece of software a few times? Then, of course, it would crash; so you'd have to type it all in again...
It could also be used to make toast.

2. Amiga 500
We might cringe a little at some of the sound or graphics, but only a little, and the quality/playability of games was excellent. Occasionally I'd try doing more practical things, but with only 720k floppies for storage it was a bit limited.

3. Amstrad CPC "portable". It had a handle, room for a very large number of commercial D-cell batteries, and 2 full-size floppy drives. I used this to write theses, compile code, and make the first tentative steps on the Internet - at a time when everybody else was doing the same with dx4/100s which permitted (amazingly) things like colour, graphics, floating-point, permanent storage, and sounds other than "BEEP".

4. My first "real" PC was self-built, with a fairly high spec for the time - P2/233 clocked up to 280, 192Mb at 120MHz, mirrored 12Gb UDMA66 disks, NT4... you kids have it easy these days  Smile
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RE: What Was Your First Computer Like?

Sun Aug 10, 2003 9:45 am

dont remember exactly, but it was SLOW! the kind that had like 8mb memory, orange on black screen, slow game, no internet. i still have it somewhere.

Sabena332, take my advise, go for the vaio! they're great and i ahve never had a problem with mine, ever!
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RE: What Was Your First Computer Like?

Sun Aug 10, 2003 11:17 am

It was 1983...
An IBM PC Jr, the computer that almost put an end to IBM.

8088 processor (maybe 1-2 MHz) 64K RAM, cassette drive attachment, joysticks, 13" television for a monitor.

Over the years we upgraded it with a diskette drive, an extra 64K ram (for a whopping 128K), and a parallel port.

Sad thing is that computer cost easily twice what my company paid for a 2.4Ghz laptop with 1gb ram and a 40gb hard drive (but no joysticks).
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RE: What Was Your First Computer Like?

Sun Aug 10, 2003 11:17 am

Other than the old green-screen, our other first "real" computer was a:

Macintosh Centris 610: 20MHz. And it did pretty well. Lasted quite some years, then we got Windows after that.

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RE: What Was Your First Computer Like?

Sun Aug 10, 2003 2:04 pm

My first computer was a Commodore 64. I still have it in the garage actually but it doesn't work anymore.
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RE: What Was Your First Computer Like?

Sun Aug 10, 2003 2:21 pm

My first was a TANDY 1000EX. I remember I had the Boarderbund Software for "Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego" and some Sierra "Mickey Mouse Space Adventure." You had to load everything from MS-DOS.

Here are the specs for the computer:
Emphasis Gaming, Programming, Small business
Software compatibility IBM PC, MS-DOS 2
Timeline Released: 1984
CPU type 8088
CPU word length 16 bits
CPU clock rate 4.77 MHz
RAM Size 128 KiB
Maximum RAM Size 640 KiB
Graphics chip 6845
Graphics modes 160x100, 320x200, 640x200
Text modes 40x25, 80x25
Total number of colours 16
Total peripheral memory 360 KiB
I/O Ports 3x ISA, Composite video, Light Pen, Monitor, Parallel, RS-232
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RE: What Was Your First Computer Like?

Sun Aug 10, 2003 2:22 pm

Oh yeah, I had all the classics.

It all started with the Atari, and I played the original version of Pong. But that got addictive, so my parents took it away.

A few years later, we got a Texas Instruments Ti64. I don't remember any of the games we got (they were all crap, but there was one which resembled something close to space invaders), but I do remember that all the games came in a cartridge, and we stored the data on audio cassettes. Even those at the time were a novelty. That computer only lasted us one year, before the keyboard broke. Next.

Then the mother of them all, the first clone PC XT that we bought for something like 5k CAD. Came with two (yes, two! How amazing is that?) 5 1/4" floppy drives, and no HD. Can't remember what the processor speed was, but it was enough to play Police Quest without too many problems. Oh wait, it was a problem, because we kept on having to flip disks all the time from one screen to another, and saving games was a pain in the arse.

So we upgraded to an AT 286, with a 20mb Hard Disk. Megabyte. That was a cool word. Finally, we could load King's Quest on the hard disk, and not worry about damaging floppies again. Unfortunately, the hard disk suffered a failure, and the computer was mothballed.

Then I got a used Apple Mac Classic. Still with the monochrome screen, and a 1200 baud modem. Haven't looked back since.
 
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RE: What Was Your First Computer Like?

Sun Aug 10, 2003 3:28 pm

Still own it.

An ATARI 800, We had it decked out too. Two floppy drives, the tape cassette drive printer, and although we never used it a 200 baud modem. The computer itself had a full 48K of memory and I belive ran at 8 khz.

It was one of those that you put the handset of your phone onto it and then it errors anytime somebody slams a door in the house.

It still runs but the adaptor to make it play on the tv is burned out. So if I can find a mother board for it I can run in on the TV or else I need to find a actual computer monitor since that port still runs too.

We just had ours hooked up to the TV.
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RE: What Was Your First Computer Like?

Sun Aug 10, 2003 3:52 pm

Commodore VIC-20.

Yup, 20k of raw computing space! 20 000 bytes! All in one thick keyboard that you hook up to... your TV. Awesome joystick with a big orange button. Had the tape player which was hooked up electronically to the computer. Remember: "Press play to load program". You pressed play... the tape was loading... then stopped. Whoohoo... program loaded.

We mostly had the cartriges that you had to make the computer lie vertically to shove 'em in. Among my favs. were Cosmic Cruncher, Raid on Fort Knox (watch for thoses crasy panthers!), and the absolute best: Jupiter Lander! God I wish I hadn't parted with it.
 
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RE: What Was Your First Computer Like?

Sun Aug 10, 2003 4:24 pm

*sniff*

I miss my Commodore 64.  Sad

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RE: What Was Your First Computer Like?

Sun Aug 10, 2003 4:42 pm

If you grew up in the USA during the mid to late 80's, who can forget the Apple IIe's that were in EVERYONE's classroom. I don't know if you all had this, but at all the schools in Oklahoma we would bring in Homeland (A grocery store) receipts. When the totals on the collected receipts got to a certain amount, we would win a computer for our school. Our teachers sent out notes home like crazy asking for us to bring in receipts.

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P.S. (I think it was Homeland, but it could have been Safeway, though I think Safeway was bought out by Homeland later, so I dunno...)
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RE: What Was Your First Computer Like?

Sun Aug 10, 2003 5:06 pm

A BBC Microcomputer B.

Plugged into a normal TV, loaded software via cassete tape. Those were the days!! (Did it ever crash......no!!).
 
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RE: What Was Your First Computer Like?

Sun Aug 10, 2003 5:12 pm

Radio Shack TRS-80

It never crashed.  Smile
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RE: What Was Your First Computer Like?

Sun Aug 10, 2003 5:26 pm

I knew it!

I knew it!

Superfly is a Radio Shack geek! Big grin
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RE: What Was Your First Computer Like?

Mon Aug 11, 2003 2:12 am

Damn it Superfly! You beat me!

That was our first computer too! I remember watching dad do things on it and the computer "responding". So one day when he went to work I turned it on and tried typing "I love you computer" and was very sad when it said nothing back to me. Ah little kids are so cute  Smile
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RE: What Was Your First Computer Like?

Mon Aug 11, 2003 2:28 am

I started out on an 8088 that I got out of a classified ad for like 50 bucks. I just remember that it had like a 10mb hd and 640k of dos memory. I opened the case messing with it and it wouldn't boot up again. Oh well.

I went on around 1993 and whined and whined until my mom bought me a pc with an AMD 386/40mhz DX, 4 mb of RAM, 270mb HD, and windows 3.1. I had windows 3.1 and everything! I even had it running 95 later on. Installed MSFS 5.1 and had some fun. Had a 2400bps modem. Never got on the net with it though.

Then I got an AST 486 66mhz. The CPU was made by Texas Instruments. Ran good though. It came with 8mb of RAM, that was hell, got it up to 40mb and installed Windows 98. It had a 540mb hard drive. I really clunked that up! I had everything packed on there. I compressed it, converted it to FAT32. Got every cluster utililised on there. I even had a 14.4 modem. Lived on the net. Finally in 1999 the hard drive failed after I packed it wrongly on a flight. That was the end of that.

I then got a Celeron 1000 real cheap off the net custom built. Overclocked it to 1.3. Had 128mb of Ram, but I upgraded it to 256. The damned integrated graphics took like 16mb. I had to go into the bios and give it 32 whenever I wanted to flightsim. Had a 20 gig hd. I had 98, me and xp on that thing. Finally got dsl with it. Had a nice 56k though. But I clunked the hard drive and sold it to my friend.


I had a TRS-80 too. Got tired of typing that damned basic though.
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RE: What Was Your First Computer Like?

Mon Aug 11, 2003 2:37 am

Sabena332, take my advise, go for the vaio! they're great and i ahve never had a problem with mine, ever!

Thanks for the tip Cancidas, I think that I will buy a Vaio!

I miss my Commodore 64.

Somehow I miss my C64 too, it was fun to play games like Giana Sisters, the best Jump`n Run computer game ever in my opinion.

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RE: What Was Your First Computer Like?

Mon Aug 11, 2003 3:00 am

Did someone mention Intellivision ???? I never had one of those but they were ok. My cousin had one and he was soooooooo proud of it... until of course, I got my Atari 2600. Big grin

The sweetness of having a top-notch entertainment system disappeared when the spoiled brat of my cousin got a Nintendo. And again. He was soooooooooo proud of it.

Ahhhhh I miss those days.

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RE: What Was Your First Computer Like?

Mon Aug 11, 2003 3:18 am

I've played Frogger on Intellivision!
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RE: What Was Your First Computer Like?

Mon Aug 11, 2003 3:34 am

An Acorn Electron.

32k

It was like the inferior version of the BBC, but it was good for games anyway, and I even programmed some myself.

Anyone remember Chuckie Egg, Repton, Arcadians, Jet Power Jack, Frac, Mousetrap, just to name a few games I had!?

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RE: What Was Your First Computer Like?

Mon Aug 11, 2003 4:49 am

L-188:
Oh yes, I love Radio Shack!  Smokin cool
I especially like going to the Radio Shacks in smaller rural comunities. They are most likely to have old stock is discountined items; sensing foil, blank 8track tapes, MP-X100 metal bias blank cassette tapes, etc....
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RE: What Was Your First Computer Like?

Tue Aug 12, 2003 8:05 am

I had a Tandy 1000SX with an RGB monitor for the family business and can remember playing Chuck Yeagers flight simulator. Then in 1996 a Digital Equipment Corporation Digital Starion 910, 75Mhz, 8mb ram, 4x cd-rom, Telecommander 14.4 fax modem with integrated sound.
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RE: What Was Your First Computer Like?

Tue Aug 12, 2003 9:43 am

Oh boy oh boy! I might win this one!

SINCLAIR ZX-81!

1k of RAM, membrane keyboard! Got it in early 1982. Then we expanded it to - GASP! - 4k or RAM! After that we got a VIC-20, then a Commodore 64. We paid $750 US for the C64, a guy brought it up to Thunder Bay for us from Duluth, since they weren't yet available in Canada. Then a Commodore 128. That took me through high school!

It did end up being very fortunate that I learned to program when I was 10. I never intended for programming to be part of my job, but it is.
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RE: What Was Your First Computer Like?

Tue Aug 12, 2003 11:31 am

IBM 5150 - 8088 Processor (running at a whopping 4.77 MHz) with one full-height 5-1/4 single-sided floppy drive, one HUGE 5MB hard drive (you could NEVER fill up something THAT big  Wow!) and a whopping 64K of total system RAM (then upgraded later to 256KB RAM) and, of course, good old monochrome (soon upgraded to that beautiful 4-color CGA).

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RE: What Was Your First Computer Like?

Tue Aug 12, 2003 12:03 pm

I had either a Commodore vic 20 or 64 I can't remember, instead of floppy disks I had a "tape deck". It ran programs and saved info to a cassette, my unlce had a "fancier" version of the Commadore I had. He had this awesome Daffy Duck game I liked to play while I was there.
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RE: What Was Your First Computer Like?

Tue Aug 12, 2003 2:54 pm

My first computer, an IBM PC with:

Intel 8088 4.77 MHz CPU
256 KB of RAM
Two full-height 5.25" 360 KB floppy drives
CGA graphics
Original IBM PC keyboard (IBM PC DIN port)
Composite graphic monochrome monitor
PC-DOS 2.0 operating system

My current home computer, a home-built machine with:

Abit AB-BP6 motherboard with dual Celeron A 533 MHz CPU's
768 MB of PC-100 DIMM's for system memory
60 GB ATA-100 hard drive with 7200 RPM speed and 2 MB of disk drive cache
Matrox G450 AGP graphics card with 64 MB video RAM
Sound Blaster 128 PCI sound card
Microsoft Natural Elite keyboard (PS/2 port)
Logitech Wheel Mouse Optical (PS/2 port)
17" VGA monitor
Windows XP Professional (SP1) operating system
Zoom Telephonics 56Kx (2949L) V.90 external modem
Will install Linksys PCI 10/100Base-T Ethernet card when broadband Internet access is available

 
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RE: What Was Your First Computer Like?

Tue Aug 12, 2003 3:14 pm

I will never forget my first computer... what a fine machine!  Big thumbs up

I got an Atari 1040STE with a whopping 8 MHz CPU (Motorola 68000), a huge 1 MB of RAM and the ability to display up to 16 colors in 320x200 resolution (or alternatively monochrome in 640x480) as a christmas present in January 1990. This baby changed my life, because the next few years saw my free time centered around that thing. It wasn't only the ability to play video games (in hindsight I have to admit that the STE was outshone by the Amiga 500), but the fascination for computer programming, which consumed most of my spare time.

The STE also started my passion for flight simming with the classic FS2 - vector graphics at its finest.  Big grin

Later, I extended this machine with a hard drive - 50 MB! - a second floppy disc and 2 MB of extra RAM. What a killer beast!

Unfortunately I had to standardize on a PC when I started studying in 1995 and slowly but surely the Atari was moved from my desk to a more remote corner of our house. Now it rests totally forgotten somewhere in the basement, a reminder of happier and simpler computing times.

Today I cannot be bothered with compute rprogramming anymore - the urge to maximize the use of very simple and limited resources is totally lost with the exploding hardware possibilites and minimum rerquirement of the PC. I am just a dumb user now... acutally quite a shame.  Sad

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RE: What Was Your First Computer Like?

Tue Aug 12, 2003 5:46 pm

my amazing atari,1983, screen was small tv, data storage on audio tapes.



i was programming until very late at night for months, learned a lot, it really stimulated creativity, e.g. maximizing performance & out put within the 16kb memory limit

Sound & graphics were strong point of this atari, warm memories ...


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