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  • Evan Koblentz
    Everyone: See message below. I don t have any connection to the sender; nor is he on this list. ... Subject: Looking for Old HP PA 7100LC and Motorola 88110
    Message 1 of 1 , Mar 11, 2013
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      Everyone: See message below. I don't have any connection to the sender;
      nor is he on this list.



      -------- Original Message --------
      Subject: Looking for Old HP PA 7100LC and Motorola 88110 microprocessors
      Date: Mon, 11 Mar 2013 18:35:51 -0400
      From: MICHAEL RANDALL <michael@...>
      To: evan@...

      Greetings. I hope that you can help me. I am looking for documentation
      that would prove that the HP PA 7100LC or the Motorola 88110
      microprocessors were sold in the US prior to August, 1994. Proof could
      be an original sales receipt or invoice or signed maintenance contract
      or an inventory tag or a system with any of these information or that
      would contain proof of original purchase date or some other
      provenance. I will be glad to purchase the documentation or systems.
      Some of the systems that used the two microprocessors are indicated
      below. Thanks so much for your help with this.

      Very best regards,

      Mike

      • Motorola MVME197DP or MVME197SP single board computers
      utilizing the original 88110 processor, or any system that utilized the
      Motorola 88110 processor (such as the MOTOROLA 900, 900R workstations or
      other company’s workstations (e.g., Data General AViiON, Harris Real
      Time Unix Servers)), originally sold in the United States on or before
      August 16, 1994. Proof of sale (receipt or the like) is highly
      preferred. Also interested in technical documentation on any of the
      above that shows a breakout of the serial number on the MVME197 (SP or
      DP) or on the 900 or 900R or on other systems that used the Motorola
      88110 processor in order to decipher date of manufacture, country of
      manufacture, etc.

      • HP Systems containing the PA7100LC processor, such as the
      9000 E-class business servers (Models E25, E35, E45, E55), or the HP
      9000 Series 700 Models 712/60 and 712/80i, or HP 9000 Models 715/64,
      715/100, 725/100 or HP 9000 Model 743 or HP 9000 model 748i, or HP 3000
      Series 9X8 servers such as HP 3000 Series 918 LX, HP 3000 Series 918 RX,
      HP 3000 Series 928 LX, HP 3000 Series 928 RX, HP 3000 Series 968 LX, HP
      3000 Series 968 RX, HP 3000 Series 978 LX, HP 3000 Series 978 RX,
      originally sold in the United States on or before August 16, 1994.
      Proof of sale (receipt or the like) is highly preferred. Also
      interested in technical documentation on any of the above that shows a
      breakout of the serial number in order to decipher date of manufacture,
      country of manufacture, etc.

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