5535-M18 came to hand on 2003.02.05.
||This is in the state where the power on.
There is an impression which takes a place considerably.
I think that the desktop which does not take a space too, is right.
||This is comparison of a size.
The machine which comes out later is considered, or it becomes and is large.
It is ordinary size if it sees as "laptop".
From the top:
IBM ThinkPad340 (Just A4 size)
NEC PC-98LT (A4 file size)
||This is a keyboard.
It is the impression of changing the arrangement of the key of type1 keyboard and having pushed in.
||This is near an expansion slot.
5250 Adapter/LT is contained in the slot.
The bottom of it is a serial port and switches.
The function of a DIP switch is not known though regrettable.
The right-hand side is a TEST switch.
And it is the lamp in which a TEST state is shown.
||This is 5250 Adapter/LT.
Although it understands that I have you compare with the adapter of the page
of the architecture, there is no switch of an
address. It sets up on software.
Planar photo here.
It received by junk article treatment at a certain auction. A grade says
but it does not become precocious. It seems that it has embezzled on business
considerably. There is a portion which paint has peeled off considerably and a
horizontal line goes into liquid crystal considerably. A keyboard also has the
bad key of a reaction and a diskette drive causes a defect of operation
occasionally. It may not be amusing whenever it may break...
||1MB (It checks by the system test)
||Monochrome LCD with a back light
||5250 Extended Work Station Adapter / LT
Partition of Hard Disk
It has divided into two partitions.
The started partition becomes C drive and another partition becomes D drive.
Except for the case where the kind of OS to start is different, I think it
quite new that a drive letter changes at the time of starting.
Software already set up
||KDOS Ver3.43 (for 5535)
|Kana Kanji conversion
|Partition2 MKK (Clause conversion)
||5250 Japanese Personal Computer
5250PCs have not been started in an error.
CONFIG.SYS of Partition1
DEVICE=C:\ATOK6IA.SYS /D=C /N=ATOK.DIC /R=0 /M=0 /T=1 /S=1 /E=1 /B=0 /C=2
SHELL=C:\COMMAND.COM /P /E:512
Free area 467,760 bytes
CONFIG.SYS of Partition2
SHELL=C:\COMMAND.COM /P /E:2048
Free area 489,248 bytes
CONFIG.SYS of each partition is the above-mentioned contents.
Since the version is old, there are HMA and no UMB.
However, since Kanji ROM is built in, there is free area very well.
I want to explain a driver peculiar to KDOS and JDOS in this.
||It is a driver for making a logical partition
The partition of the number specified back is recognized
as a drive.
It starts with the 2nd partition and a setup when it is
$LDISK.SYS 1, the 1st partition is recognized as a D drive.
||It is a driver for using a Memory
The Memory Bank remained to JDOS Ver.4.
||It is a driver for multiple-clauses conversion.
It comes to use Memory Bank with a /B switch.
||It is a driver for using a 5250PC.
||It is the driver of a time display.
The present time is displayed on the screen lower right.
||It is a driver for 24 dot printers of the