Items that as far as I can tell aren't on the Net, but it would be nice if they were:
A lot of these are microcontrollers, which tend to have various amusing mechanisms preventing you from dumping their contents. So it may well be that I wouldn't be able to get what I wanted just by desoldering the chips and popping them in a reader.
- The BIOS ROMs from a Philips :YES. From the picture of the motherboard here, it seems that there are three separate ICs.
- The 8048 from an IBM "Type 1" 83-key PC/XT keyboard. All mine are the more common "Type 2". From the outside, the only difference is that if a keyboard has a metal plug rather than black plastic, it's more likely to be "Type 1". This thread shows the innards of the two keyboard types.
- The 8048 from IBM's "Space Unsaver" 104-key Model F keyboard (1387033).
- The 6805s from 102-key and 122-key IBM Model M keyboards.
- CP/M Plus for the Amstrad PCW: BIOS 1.0, 1.3, 1.5, 1.6, 1.8, 1.13
- Mallard-86 BASIC for CP/M-86 (only the DOS version is known to exist)
DOS / Windows drivers
- For the MDSI Genius, DOS driver: VHRBIOS.SYS
- For the Wyse WY-700, DOS drivers: SCREEN.EXE, FONT.EXE, CLEAR.EXE, SAVER.EXE
- For the Vermont Microsystems Image Manager 1024, Windows 1.0x driver
The following GEM drivers are believed to have existed, but as far as I know are no longer to be found on the Net:
- Apricot Xen: APRXBWN4.SYS / APRX04C4.SYS / APRX16C4.SYS
- Cornerstone SinglePage: SDSP10.EGA in SPGEM3.ZIP
- Everex EV233: FVGEM3.ZIP
- Everex EV235: 235GEM3.ZIP
- IBM Convertible: SDPCC7.SYS
- WD 1Page Display System: SDFVGA86.VGA in PVGA800.ZIP
John Elliott 9 February 2013.