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Offline m_dr_m

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An CPC exemple of Mandela effect?
« on: 08:07, 23 January 21 »
I was convinced it was Multiface II. The wiki also spells it that way.


Yet it always has been "multiface two". Well, the user manual uses "MULTIFACE 2" as well.



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Re: An CPC exemple of Mandela effect?
« Reply #1 on: 11:46, 23 January 21 »
I thought you were talking about Winnie Mandela. I was expecting to see a picture of an Amstrad with a burning tyre around the monitor.

As for Multiface, you're correct. They never used roman numerals anywhere.

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Re: An CPC exemple of Mandela effect?
« Reply #2 on: 18:22, 23 January 21 »
Yeah, that's about all the distortions the USA did to time in the 80ies...

However, I got a great example too (ok, not that great, but whatever...)

From Dobbertin there is a CP/M 2.2 version, which does use 128 KB RAM and provides a 63 KB TPA. Since version 1.4 it also supports timestamps and has Z80DOS instead of 8080 regular CP/M BDOS.

Now this CP/M version was running for years on every CPC. During the recent years it did crash all the time (different computers, different users). And now it runs again.

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