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I know there are several different memory expanders in existence. But I'd like to try the ExpanderII with my TI-86 (due to the use of drivers instead of transmit/backup,delete from main system, reload...), and I can't find the plans anywhere.
The Wayback Machine doesn't have them, either, although it has the page (and firmware source).
Hmm, I do not own a TI-86, but that still does sound cool. Erm, Welcome to United-TI?! I'll try to see if I can find out anything if that helps, but I cannot guarantee anything. I assume you've already tried google and you have experience with hardware mods?
Maybe you can try this guy on TICalc... I think he was one of the original members and a quick glance at his profile told me two things-- he knows something about the 86 and Expander II and the number of feet in a mile divided by 10 is in his url.
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