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Hi Forum, my first post here but hopefully not my last as I am slowly blending into where I could not afford to be 30 years ago when calculators by HP were just a dream...

I am owner of the HP41 Emulator for the HP71B. I have also the overlay card. Apart from starting the program, and removing it from memory I have not been able to emulate anything near to a 41C. Is there a place to get a copy or scan of the manual. On my copy of the Museum DVD I cannot find one and from what I have found elsewhere on the net neither.

Any suggestions welcome. Alexander

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Hi Forum, my first post here but hopefully not my last as I am slowly blending into where I could not afford to be 30 years ago when calculators by HP were just a dream...

Welcome! Your story is similar to mine and many others here. I had only a HP-15C from 1983-2002, when I started collecting.


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Is there a place to get a copy or scan of the (HP41 Emulator for the HP71B) manual. On my copy of the Museum DVD I cannot find one and from what I have found elsewhere on the net neither.

Look for the file "71-41TR.PDF" (10544 kB) on your MoHPC DVD.

I just bought one of those ROM's myself more than a week ago. (In fact, we might have bought from the same seller.) Its official identifier is the "5061-7269 HP-71 41 Translator".

-- KS

Interesting, seems like not only a similar but nearly identical story. My first was a 15C too in 1984. Then a 48SX from 1990. I've gone back using the 15C again and started collecting 2 years ago. Thanks for the tip on the manual, I will see if I can find it on my version of the Museum DVD (it is not the last one available). Alexander