RE: [midatlanticretro] high density floppies
> Knowing you is reason enough not to question thisAh, but I was sent that bad boy for zilch. And it was
offered, I didn't even have to ask. His wife even
expressed her personal thanks for me taking it off her
> I've not seen anything regaring IDE on the 2000.Neither have I, but assuming many of the signals are
similar to that of a PC's bus (although physically
incompatible), some even identical, it doesn't seem
like all that much of a stretch. XT IDE cards aren't
too hard to find, and as a matter of fact I already
have an Acculogic sIDE/16
>Want to trade a 2000 for a (working) modelBeing that neither is working, I think it behooves me
> 12? I have a spare
to get one functional, even if it takes scrounging
parts from the 2nd one.
> What color would you prefer? II could give a rat's keester what color it was. It
> have white, beige, that
> particular gray/green I think they call putty, and
> black (I think I still
> have a few HD black drives).
needs to function properly. On second thought, if you
should happen to have flaming mauve, I'll take one of
> I'll try to find one that color. I'll clean it upOoo little blue baggies. They'll add the ambiance
> and test it before then. I
> have brand new, 1/3 height, 5.25", DS/HD drives
> still in the little blue
> baggies if that'll do the trick for you.
necessary to complete the project. How about telling
me how much I need to send you for one of those. I
don't know if I'll be there or not on 8/13 at this
> Do you mean the 4853? According to this web site youYes, I goofed, 4853 is correct. And C-notes are scarce
> can still buy them. I
> know, money is scarce...
enough that I wouldn't go handing them over to that
shyster. A true hacker :0 wouldn't spend (that kind
of) money unless it's absolutely necessary. And
somehow I justified spending $200, plus shipping, for
a Televideo Personal Mini. Money ain't so scarce right
now, but I should probably start acting like it is.
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