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DOS On A Chip, Teardown And Recovering Their Deleted Files - Point Of Sale DOS Gaming Part 1
I picked up an old Point Of Sale terminal for £30. It turns out it’s an AMD K6-2 PC capable of running MS-DOS - so lets turn it into a DOS gaming powerhouse!
In this first episode I take a look around the various proprietary features of the DigiPOS 2000, including it’s MS-DOS 6.22 DiskOnChip diagnostics and weird ports, take a look inside, and then have a poke around at all of the previous owner’s old deleted files to get an idea of the history of this machine.
In the next episode I’ll be adding some choice hardware upgrades to make this the gaming PC it was so obviously born to be - so hit that subscribe button so you don’t miss that one!
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