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howtos:emulators:trs80 [2012/10/25 12:05 (UTC)]
ldkraemer [TRS80 - Command Summary]
howtos:emulators:trs80 [2012/10/25 12:05 (UTC)]
ldkraemer [Running TRS80 or TRS81 the Radio Shack TRS-80 Model 1, 3, & 4 Emulators]
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 I copied the Monetzuma Micro CP/M DSK file into the TRSDOS subdirectory. I could have just used trs80, and then immediately used <​key>​F9</​key>​\\ ​ I copied the Monetzuma Micro CP/M DSK file into the TRSDOS subdirectory. I could have just used trs80, and then immediately used <​key>​F9</​key>​\\ ​
 to select the Drive, and the OS used on that drive, and then used <​key>​F10</​key>​ to read the Disk's information and reset the Emulator.\\ ​ to select the Drive, and the OS used on that drive, and then used <​key>​F10</​key>​ to read the Disk's information and reset the Emulator.\\ ​
-Use <​key>​CNTL</​key>​+<​key>​F12</​key>​ to increase cycles to around 9K or 10K so the "DIR B:" ​command in CP/M, or the "DIR :0" ​command in\\ +Use <​key>​CNTL</​key>​+<​key>​F12</​key>​ to increase cycles to around 9K or 10K so the DIR B: command in CP/M, or the DIR :0 command in\\ 
 TRSDOS acts like a real TRS-80 Model 4. TRSDOS acts like a real TRS-80 Model 4.
  

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