Molecular Computer Supermicro Installation & User Reference / Hardware Maintenance Manuals

Molecular Computer Supermicro Installation & User Reference / Hardware MANUALS 

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Molecular Computer 



THERE ARE SOME LOOSE PAGES IN THE BINDER. NOT SURE IF THEY ARE EXTRAS, OR IF POTENTIALLY THERE COULD BE MISSING PAGES. PROVIDING EVERYTHING THAT WAS IN THE BINDER.This manual describes how to use the Supermicro computer. It provides enough information for you to perform tasks such as program development, program execution, and file maintenance. The manual is written for you if you are already familiar with computer software fundamentals and the CP/M Operating System. If you have no experience with CP/M, read CP/M Operating System Manual in conjunction with this manual. The next section, Chapter Summary, briefly describes the chapters in this manual and suggests a reading path to help you use the manual efficiently. Chapter Summary Chapter 1, Introduction to the Supermicro, gives an overview of the Supermicro series. It lists and describes the components of the Supermicro, the Supermicro series, and the upgrade kits. Chapter 2, Installation, provides information on site preparation, unpacking, system setup, and at-taching terminals and peripherals. Chapter 3, Supermicro Operation, describes the procedures for operating the Supermicro hardware. This chapter tells how to turn on the power, turn off the power, insert diskettes, and make copies of diskettes. Chapter 4, Diagnostic Utilities, describes the Supermicro utilities that are run while the Supermicro is in single-user (or diagnostic) mode. The procedures described in this chapter include: formatting and verifying the hard disk and diskettes, configuring the hard disk, and loading n/STAR onto the hard disk. Chapter 5, Tape Backup, describes the operation of the tape backup unit and the tape backup utilities. Chapter 6, n/STAR Operating System, includes a tutorial on the n/STAR security system and a detailed description of the n/STAR commands. This chapter also includes a description of printer operation and how to set up the security system for the first time. Chapter 7, n/STAR Programmer's Guide, includes programming information for those users who wish to implement custom software under the n/STAR Operating System.


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All images/pictures are stock photos and are for reference only, mainly to show the type of game you will be getting. Please read "WHAT YOU GET" for what is included with the media. Screenshots may vary based on your own computer system, video card, monitor, etc.


Computers are like people, each one is different. Unlike console games, a computer game may install and work flawlessly on one system but may need adjustments on another. This is due to a variety of factors, mainly the OS platform running, video card you have, drivers, protection software installed, etc. Many times manufacturers release updates to games to fix bugs and add enhancements. We would be happy to help get the game going on your computer, but ultimately compatibility issues are the responsibility of the buyer. We suggest going to Google and searching for the name of the game along with the words "system requirements" to determine if your system is suitable. Ultimately, we are not responsible for software compatibility problems or publisher's errors.


Stated within the auction is what platform the game will work on (ie. Windows, Mac, Linux...) This is a generic statement and specific platform versions (ie. XP, Vista...) will have to be researched by the buyer. Games that came out PRIOR to XP or higher will not specifically state they will work on that release, but only because they came out before those versions were made. Many, if not most, will work on XP or higher with a few quick adjustments. We provide instructions with all items purchased on how to do this adjustment using the Program Compatibility Wizard. If we find out that an item will definately not work on a specific version, we will state it. For DOS games, you may need to play it with a free DOSbox program if the Program Compatibility Wizard does not work.

64-Bit Windows OS Systems:
For 64-bit Operating Systems, older games most likely will NOT work due to 64-bit systems not being able to run 16-bit programming code (most games prior to 2000). For DOS games, you may need to play it with a free DOSbox program.

Macintosh Systems:
For Macintosh programs, most older games will need to be run in Classic Environment if you have a MAC OS X 10.0 - 10.4 version. Please research Google on how to do this, or send us a message for information prior to purchasing. If your MAC OS system doesn't support Classic Environment (ie. MAC OS X 10.5 or Higher OR Intel Macs), you will have to try running it using the free program called SheepShaver, but compatibility is not ensured. Please research prior to purchasing or ask questions.


Please verify you have the required hardware in order to use the specified media (ie. CD, DVD, floppy drives, etc.) If the item comes as a floppy disc, make sure you have either the needed 3.5" floppy drive or the bigger and older 5.25" floppy drive.


  • Ask questions PRIOR to purchasing an order to avoid any confusion.
  • Be patient if there are problems during installation or gameplay. Typically someone else has already ran into that problem and has listed a solution online. Contact us and we will do our best to help.
  • Be sure to update your video card drivers and search for updates to the game from the manufacturer.


    We typically ship all items out within 1-2 business days after payment is received. In regards to the stated shipping and handling, remember that these costs include more than just postage.

    International buyers please email/chat with us to determine if you are eligible for shipping of a specific product. If you are, then international buyers not shipping to an address within the U.S. can expect their orders to take anywhere from 5 days to 4 weeks to be received, depending on how fast/well USPS is moving. Additionally, international orders typically have to go through governmental customs, which can delay the arrival process. Import duties, taxes, and charges are not included in the item price or shipping cost. These charges are the buyer's responsibility. Please check with your country's customs office to determine what these additional costs will be prior to buying. Customs fees are normally charged by the shipping company or collected when you pick the item up. These fees are not additional shipping charges.