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Samstag, 13. Oktober 2018, 23:40

Geoworks CD Manager

Dose anyone have a copy of Geoworks CD Manager? It is one of few PC / Geos versions I do not have and would like to have a copy of it. Thanks in advance! :)

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Dienstag, 16. Oktober 2018, 18:26

sorry

Ich kenne leider niemanden, der diese Version haben könnte.
Gruss Johannes

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Mittwoch, 17. Oktober 2018, 00:09

Dear Brett,

I've never heard of a CD manager. Or did you mean a player like those?
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Mittwoch, 17. Oktober 2018, 02:41

RE: Geoworks CD Manager

Here is a description of Geoworks CD Manger of the Geoworks version I am looking for its from ftp://ftp.oldskool.org/pub/misc/Software…OS_history.html
As well as an image of the splashscreen. Maybe its one of those rare versions like IBM Schoolview. :D



"GeoWorks CD Manager
Released December 1992. This was an OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer) version of Geos that Sony and NEC bundled with their respective CD-ROMs add-on peripherals for consumers. They seem to be over $ 300 at the time for the single or double-speed CD players alone. NEC shipped first, maybe a few months before Sony. The package included GeoManager, and some of the PIM's (Planner, Notepad, Calculator, GeoDex, Solitaire, Geocomm, PCAO, Preferences, Tetris), but none of the major apps. CD Player application (true Geos 1.2 app), and an application called CD Integrator were bundled. CD Integrator was a launcher maker and the same code became the launcher maker in Ensemble 2.0. It has been preloaded with configurations for popular CD titles on the market at the time, plus a selection of generic icons for titles that were not preconfigured. In addition to the CD Player itself and the Geos software, the packages include a small collection (maybe 6 or so) of software on CD: a couple of DOS games, an encyclopedia, photo CD software, etc. (including a run-time version of, believe it or not, Windows 2.x!). One of the Sony models also included a sound card and speakers. The NEC version had the NEC CDR-25 1x CD-ROM, Trantor 130B SCSI card, and Labtec CD-150 speakers. It came with 10 CD's. the packages included a small collection (maybe 6 or so) of software on CD: a couple of DOS games, an encyclopedia, photo CD software, etc. (including a run-time version of, believe it or not, Windows 2.x. !). One of the Sony models also included a sound card and speakers. The NEC version had the NEC CDR-25 1x CD-ROM, Trantor 130B SCSI card, and Labtec CD-150 speakers. It came with 10 CD's. the packages included a small collection (maybe 6 or so) of software on CD: a couple of DOS games, an encyclopedia, photo CD software, etc. (including a run-time version of, believe it or not, Windows 2.x. !). One of the Sony models also included a sound card and speakers. The NEC version had the NEC CDR-25 1x CD-ROM, Trantor 130B SCSI card, and Labtec CD-150 speakers. It came with 10 CD's. "
Dear Brett,

I've never heard of a CD manager. Or did you mean a player like those?

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