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Reply 940 of 963, by debs3759

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cyclone3d wrote on 2020-12-01, 00:41:
debs3759 wrote on 2020-11-30, 09:13:

Might be interested in the motherboards. I'm mostly interested in the CLCC board (the third one). Are you willing to use Parcel Monkey for shipping if it's cheaper than USPS (I think it is for that weight)?

Ok. So for all 3 shipped via Parcel Monkey, it looks like it would be $43.47 US - shipping weight for all 3 is 7 pounds.

For only one of them, it would probably be around $30-35. I would need to weigh a single boxed up.

OK, I'll wait until you know the cost of just sending the CLCC board, as that has some memory and the BIOS, before I confirm .

Reply 942 of 963, by cyclone3d

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luckybob wrote on 2020-12-01, 01:09:

I really wish that ibm card had the antenna.

Yeah, well.. it came to me in a scrap lot. It would be nice to have the antenna.

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Reply 943 of 963, by cyclone3d

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debs3759 wrote on 2020-12-01, 00:46:
cyclone3d wrote on 2020-12-01, 00:41:
debs3759 wrote on 2020-11-30, 09:13:

Might be interested in the motherboards. I'm mostly interested in the CLCC board (the third one). Are you willing to use Parcel Monkey for shipping if it's cheaper than USPS (I think it is for that weight)?

Ok. So for all 3 shipped via Parcel Monkey, it looks like it would be $43.47 US - shipping weight for all 3 is 7 pounds.

For only one of them, it would probably be around $30-35. I would need to weigh a single boxed up.

OK, I'll wait until you know the cost of just sending the CLCC board, as that has some memory and the BIOS, before I confirm .

It may actually be even cheaper to ship through the ebay standard global delivery... Not the eBay global shipping program as the standard global includes shipping to the shipping warehouse.

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Reply 944 of 963, by cyclone3d

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@debs3759 - you have a PM.

Everybody-
I have a few socket 603/604 XEON CPUs. Pins will need to be straightened.
1x 2400DP/512/533/1.50V
2x 3066DP/512/533/1.525
1x 3000DP/2M/800

Also have a Power PC 750Mhz CPU
XPC750HIP450C0

If nobody wants the CPUs, they are going in a scrap lot.

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Reply 946 of 963, by debs3759

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I'll leave the boards, thanks. I tend to over commit on purchases, and with the cost to ship to me it could be after Christmas before I could pay. Thanks though.

Reply 947 of 963, by cyclone3d

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ph4nt0m wrote on 2020-12-01, 18:11:

I could probably make use of those 286 boards if Debs doesn't take them.

Ok. PM me your address and I'll get you a shipping quote.

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Reply 948 of 963, by hwh

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cyclone3d wrote on 2020-11-30, 08:23:
Ya know what, it never even occurred to me that the other side could be ISA... Hmmm […]
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Ya know what, it never even occurred to me that the other side could be ISA... Hmmm

Edit: Found it. It is a Wireless LAN adapter for MCA and ISA. The transmitter / receiver is supposed to plug into the 9-pin port on the back of the card
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Here is some actual info:
http://ohlandl.ipv7.net/NIC/Wireless_LAN.html

Wow, that's so...primitive. And an interesting (if not useful) example of cross compatibility. Seems destined to display piece status though.

Reply 950 of 963, by luckybob

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It is a mistake to think you can solve any major problems just with potatoes.

Reply 951 of 963, by devius

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Errius wrote on 2020-12-01, 22:03:

How do you open *.boo files?

luckybob wrote on 2020-12-01, 22:07:

Boo is an object oriented statically typed programming language for the Common Language Infrastructure with a Python-inspired syntax and a special focus on language and compiler extensibility. Each .BOO file has at most one class in it. That class will have the same exact name as the .BOO file. This association is classified as Source Code. This association is classified as Source Code.

Did I miss anything? :\

Reply 952 of 963, by cyclone3d

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cyclone3d wrote on 2020-12-01, 20:16:
ph4nt0m wrote on 2020-12-01, 18:11:

I could probably make use of those 286 boards if Debs doesn't take them.

Ok. PM me your address and I'll get you a shipping quote.

@ph4nt0m - You have a PM.

Everybody else - The CPUs are spoken for and the 286 motherboards are pending.

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Reply 953 of 963, by cyclone3d

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Still waiting on ph4nt0m for the 286 motherboards.

I do have a few more things I dug up while cleaning up that I don't want.

1. Two RAM boards chocked full of 64MB SIMMs from an IBM RS6000. I bought these for the RAM and didn't realize it wouldn't work in a normal system.

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2. A MultiTech 2400 baud ISA modem. This just seems kinda cool since the traces appear to be hand drawn. No idea if it works or if it is missing some chips required to function.

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Note, I do have some other ISA modems that I am going throw up on eBay in a lot unless somebody really wants ISA modems. The only ones I am keeping for myself are 56K hardware ISA modems. All slower hardware modems are going away.
If you are looking for something specific, let me know.

I also have an AMR modem if anybody wants that.

Yamaha YMF modified setupds and drivers
Yamaha XG resource repository - updated November 27, 2018
Yamaha YMF7x4 Guide
AW744L II - YMF744 - AOpen Cobra Sound Card - Install SB-Link Header
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Reply 955 of 963, by cyclone3d

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luckybob wrote on 2020-12-08, 05:30:

Pm incoming about the ram

They are yours. Replied to PM.

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AW744L II - YMF744 - AOpen Cobra Sound Card - Install SB-Link Header
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Reply 957 of 963, by lolo799

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cyclone3d wrote on 2020-11-30, 05:46:

Power Macintosh 6100/60 NUBUS Adapter Card - this has a couple damaged traces on the back and a few legs of the big chip are bent as well as a few that have been disconnected from the board:
If somebody wants it, I should be able to repair it fairly quickly but I have no way to test it.
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I might take that out of your hands, if you could get a quote on shipping to France, thanks 😀

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Reply 958 of 963, by Paadam

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I am interested in the Compaq 003560-001 256KB cache module. I have some other 486 computer with empty COAST slot that is physically same, would love to test if it works.

Many 3Dfx and Pentium III-S stuff.
My amibay FS thread: www.amibay.com/showthread.php?88030-Man ... -370-dual)

Reply 959 of 963, by SScorpio

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Paadam wrote on 2020-12-20, 16:55:

I am interested in the Compaq 003560-001 256KB cache module. I have some other 486 computer with empty COAST slot that is physically same, would love to test if it works.

What 486 motherboards do you have? The PC Chips (and other rebrands) M919 boards have what looks like a COAST slot but it's its own proprietary slot. COAST was more of a Pentium thing. A regular COAST module can be forced into the slot, but it can damage both the COAST module and motherboard as it's a different pinout.

Lets make new M919 Cache sticks?

I accidentally bought a PC Chips M919