Apple EY5QGRAMKEEPER user manual

User manual for the device Apple EY5QGRAMKEEPER

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Date of adding : 2014-03-05 14:20:34
Number of pages: 71
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Federal Communications Commission Radio Frequency Interference Statement The equipment described in this manual generates and uses radio frequency energy. If it is not installed and used properly, that is, in strict accordance with these instructions, it may cause interference to radio or television reception. FCC I.D. Number: EY5QGRAMKEEPER This equipment has been type tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B computing device in accordance with the specifications in Subp

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Limited Warranty & Disclaimer Applied Engineering warrants the RamKeeper and SlotMover against defects in material and workmanship for a period of 5 years from the date of original retail purchase and warrants the Gel/Cell battery against defects in material and workmanship for a period of 1 year from the date of original retail purchase. Applied Engineering also warrants that, under normal use, the magnetic media on which the software is stored is free from defects

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Table Of Contents Introduction - Welcome to the Memory V Chapter One - Getting Started 1 Required 1 Recommended 1 Possible Combinations 2 One Memory Card on RamKeeper 2 Two Memory Cards on RamKeeper 3 Installation 4 Connecting GS-RAMs to the RamKeeper’s Front 8 Attaching the Optional SlotMover 11 Connecting Cards to the Back of RamKeeper 12 The “Double Boot’ 15 What Now? 16 Experienced Users 16 Others 16 Chapter Two - RamKeeper Firmware 17 About The Firmware 17 Loading the Firmware 17 Accessing

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Chapter Three - Using the ROM Disk 29 Copying Files to the ROM Disk 29 Location of the ROM Disk 29 Slot 2 Consideration 30 Drive Access Chart 31 ROM Drive as the Boot Device 32 Chapter Four - The RamKeeper Power 33 The Lights 33 Battery 34 Transformer 34 Chapter Five - A Brief RAM/ROM Tutorial 35 ROM is... 35 RAM is... 35 Chapter Six - Memory Allocation 37 Why not use all memory as a ROM Disk? 37 Is a RAM Disk now obsolete? 37 RAM and the GS Control Panel 38 Chapter Seven - Æ Cache 39 Requiremen

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Chapter Eight - AW 2 Expander 45 Before You Even Think of Modifying AppleWorks... 45 AppleWorks Modification Instructions 46 Setting the AppleWorks Enhancement Options 47 About the New Features 49 More Word-Processor Lines and Database Records 49 Clipboard Expansion 49 Printer Buffer Option 49 Buffer Size Option 49 Time Display/Database Time-Stamp Option 50 Multiple-Disk Save 51 Saving Multiple Files to Disk 51 Adding Multiple Disk Files to the Desktop 52 Print-File Cache 52 Appendices 53 A: Tro

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iv RamKeeper

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Welcome to the Memory... So you want the most user friendly computer to be even more friendly? You did the right thing. If you already own an Applied Engineering RamFactor™ with RamCharger™ battery backup, you know the convenience of having your favorite programs already loaded into memory and ready to run as soon as you boot your computer. If you haven’t had this pleasure, now's your chance. TURN off your computer without turning off the memory; RamKeeper™ will battery back one or two II

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NOTES and Warnings throughout the manual will help you to better understand what you’re dealing with. They appear as shown in the example below: * Note: This indicates a special note or warning. Pay close attention to these entries. SOLVE most minor problems with the Trouble Shooting guide located toward the back of the manual HERE’S your chance to put more juice in your Apple. So turn the page and get started. You’ve got a lot of memory waiting. vi RamKeeper

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CHAPTER ONE Getting Started Required To use RamKeeper, you must have the following: ◊ An Apple IIGS * Note: Due to physical constraints, a //e upgraded to a IIGS will not support a RamKeeper. ◊ At least one memory card. This memory card can be any one of the following: GS-RAM™ (any rev) GS-RAM Plus (any rev) GS-RAM 2 Meg Expander (any rev) Apple IIGS Memory Expansion™ OctoRam™ RamPak 4GS™ RamStackPlus™ OnBoard™ * Note: This list was complete at time of publicati

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One Memory Card on RamKeeper If you want to attach only one card to the RamKeeper, you will, in most cases, want to plug it into the Back Pocket™. This keeps slot 7 clear. Use the drawing below to help you determine if you can use the Back Pocket for your card or, if not, which connector you'll need to connect it to the front side of the RamKeeper. RamKeeper Slot Mover Back Pocket All GS-RAM cards GS-RAM REV C or later (including 2 Meg Expander) GS-RAM Plus REV 0 or later App

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Two Memory Cards on RamKeeper When using two cards with the RamKeeper, the card on the back side of RamKeeper must have memory in increments of 512K. So, you can use cards with 512K, 1 Meg, 1.5 Meg (i.e. GS-RAM), 2 Meg, 3 Meg, etc. The drawings below illustrate the combinations we have tested and know will work. While other combinations may work, the combinations below are the ones we support. RamKeeper Back Pocket (in 512K increments) GS-RAM REV C or later Slot Mover GS-RAM Plus REV 0 or

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Installation Use the pictures below to locate the parts referred to in the installation section. Transformer Light (Red and Green) Cables and Connectors 4 RamKeeper

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To install the RamKeeper, you'll need a Phillips screwdriver. Once you have it, follow the steps below: 1.) TURN OFF THE APPLE’S POWER SWITCH. Never install or remove a card while the computer is on. However, you need to leave the computer plugged in throughout the installation to allow the power supply to discharge static electricity from your body. 2.) Remove the cover from the Apple. Press in the two latches in the rear of the case with your forefingers while using the heel of your han

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5.) If the plastic plate is still covering the far right opening in the backplane, remove it. This cover must be removed whether or not you. plan to connect the Transformer or battery. Remove the plastic plate 6.) Gently bend down the ferrite beads located toward the back right corner of the motherboard. These beads may keep the RamKeeper from seating properly. Bend down the ferrite beads 6 RamKeeper

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7.) Both of the wires that lead to the GelICell should be disconnected. If they aren't, disconnect them now. Disconnect the battery wires 8.) Remove the RamKeeper from its anti-static bag. Hold the card by its edges, like a photograph. 9.) Connect your card or cards according to the instructions below. Refer to the illustration below for the proper connector and placement of your card(s). Slot Mover RamKeeper All GS-RAM cards Back Pocket (including 2 Meg Expander) GS-RAM REV C or later Ap

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* Note: If you’re connecting only one card and it will work in the back pocket, you should install it there as this is the easiest connection to make. (Skip to step 10.) Connecting GS-RAM Cards to the RamKeeper’s Front * Note: If you have a SlotMover, skip to the next section. To connect directly to the front of the RamKeeper, all GS- RAM cards (except the GS-RAM REV A and the CS-RAM- Plus REV A) require the male to male connector. (If you’re using a GS-RAM REV A or a GS-RAM Plus REV A, sk

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B) The male to male adaptor will fit in the holes between these two pegs. Don’t force the adaptor into the holes; simply set the long pins into the holes, as shown. Set adaptor in holes C) Align the connector on the back of the GS-RAM card with the exposed smaller pins of the male to male connector. (GS-RAM REV A and GS-RAM Plus REV A users, align the pins on the back of the GS-RAM with the holes in the RamKeeper connector.) Align Gs-RAM connector with pins Chapter One - G

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* Note: Take your time in aligning the pins and connecting the cards. If they are not aligned properly, you may bend the pins. D) Holding the card as shown above, alternate between pressing down firmly on the connectors and the tops of the cards in a slow, rocking motion. The cards and the adaptor will gradually mesh together. Push until all pins are completely seated 10 RamKeeper

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Attaching the Optional SlotMover The SlotMover is an extension board that shifts the expansion board on the front side of the RamKeeper so that it wont block slot 7. (Slot 7 is commonly used for hard drive controller cards.) Its new position is between slots 4 and 5. Because 4 is the mouse port and 5 is the disk drive port, you’ll probably never want to put a card in either. A) First, lay the RamKeeper face up on the table. B) Notice the white pegs in two holes of the RamKeeper’s front con

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