Re: [midatlanticretro] Disks for Toshiba T3100 laptop
- Kelly Leavitt wrote:
> OT or not?I dug out my T3100 laptop. It appears to work, but the power supply
> 286 AC powered laptop with 10 meg HD. Anyone have the disks or a source for images for the 3.2 boot disk and tools? How about a manual?
> It works, but it has a lot of real JUNK on the hard drive.
flakes out soon after boot up. The last time I used it I thought I was
able to get to Toshiba DOS, but last night, no dice. Anyway...if you
send me a working power supply I will return to you whatever OS my
laptop has loaded (hoping it's the original Toshiba version) so you can
boot and build with the original. If we're definitely getting together
at InfoAge on 12/6 weekend, then I can bring the laptop then. I had
been trying to sell the laptop for $20 (what I paid for it)....but I
would be happy to trade you for it instead, and then you can remove the
hard drive and install into your system. The display is excellent.
Just let me know.
- For those of you looking for a way to interface your PC to a Commodore
64/128, the MMC 64 and RR-Net are very useful and hard to find.
Currently these are available on Ebay. Here is my how-to thread on the
Give me a day or two and I think I can round up a couple. My wife's got to go in for a minor medical procedure tomorrow morning, but it might take most of the day.
Mike Loewen wrote:
- I'm sure I have three or four in a box somewhere. If I run into them,
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> I'm running low on AUI-to-10BaseT transceivers: does anyone have some
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- My power supply modules arrived from Hosfelt Electronics, and they
If you need to resuscitate a 99/4A, you can't beat the price: $1.75
each. Model AC9500, on this page:
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