Rats... Had some SCSI versions at IBM... BillMessage 1 of 29 , Jan 9, 2006View SourceRats...
Had some SCSI versions at IBM...
--- Sridhar Ayengar <ploopster@...> wrote:
> William Pechter wrote:
> > Is there an external scsi connector on the backpanel?
> The machine isn't SCSI. It's ESDI.
> Peace... Sridhar
I m still with Family right now for this week, Sometime after will probably be OK. Sunday s a choice over Saturday for me. John A. ... From: Evan To:Message 1 of 29 , Jan 9, 2006View SourceI'm still with Family right now for this week, Sometime after will
probably be OK. Sunday's a choice over Saturday for me.
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. . .
Speaking of which, who's up for another meeting/work day at InfoAge? We
need to catalog, catalog, catalog. I know cataloging isn't exactly the most
fun activity but it needs to get done and I can't do it alone.
what kind of server is the NEC? ... __________________________________________________ Do You Yahoo!? Tired of spam? Yahoo! Mail has the best spam protectionMessage 1 of 29 , Jan 10, 2006View Sourcewhat kind of server is the NEC?
--- Joe Giliberti <starbase89@...> wrote:
> The other night, I bid on a lot of 8 mixed computers__________________________________________________
> on eBay. I won at a
> price of $1.76. I just picked them up. Post of them
> are old Pentium 1
> machines, but there were two machines that caught my
> eye. The first is
> an IBM PS/2 Model 80. It seems to be complete, and
> then some. Has a
> floppy drive, and some kind of cartidge tape drive.
> Has what looks like
> an old MFM hard drive inside. Additionally, there is
> a RAM expansion
> card, the HDD controller card, and some type of SCSI
> card, with a
> breakout box on connected with what looks like a
> Centronics cable. Just,
> can anyone tell me the basic specs? Is it a 286 or a
> 386? The other is
> an older Macintosh. A Preforma 575. It has a built
> in monitor and a
> CD-ROM drive, but I'm not sure if it would be
> considered vintage. It is
> not PowerPC era. I'm guessing from "575" that is is
> running at 75MHz,
> but that may not be the case. Meanwhile, I also have
> about 6 beigeboxes,
> one of which is an NEC server. Fun fun fun...
> Joe G
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