Re: [NTLK] Greetings from a R. V. Winkle and a Request for Assistance (connection-related)

From: Woody Smith <>
Date: Tue Nov 06 2007 - 02:27:43 EST

There is an application that slows down a fast pc see 'slowdown.exe'

But by far the fastest and easiest way to back up a 2100 for creating
a duplicate unit is a linear flash card. If you backup all
information and packages from the "old" unit and restore to a
"brainwiped new" unit, it will be a perfect clone. Except any system
patches that is.

If you need a linear flash card I have an 8 mg card for $6.00
shipping included or 24 mg for $25. contact me off list.
eBay also has a few linear flash cards listed.


On Nov 5, 2007, at 10:01 PM, Steven Paiano wrote:

> Dear Fellow Newtonians,
> Greetings!
> Wow, I feel like I'm bellying up to the Bar at the End of the
> Newton Universe.

> Does anyone know how to slow the PC down?
> I've striven mightily to dig up a copy of the NCU for 2x00 with no
> luck. Does anyone know where to obtain one?
> I noticed mention of a utility that slows the PC down, yet couldn't
> find it - dead links.
> Links are available for the NCU for Mac, and I have it on floppy -
> does anyone think it wiser to just get an old SE 30 cheap on eBay
> and back up to it?
> Is the direct USB-to-Newton Dongle the Way to Go?
> Sincerely,
> Steven Paiano
> 267-939-4001

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