First post, by UltimaPlayer12
Hey Marvin vogons members! So today my dad and I were looking through his cabinet, checking out his retro storage mediums like 8" floppies and zip drives. That's when he handed me something I'd never seen before. This is a disk on chip, which connects to an IDE drive. I haven't researched it or really even know much about it to begin with, but we hooked it up in a P3 system just to see what it would boot to. Low and behold it booted to some kind of controller, which was locked down with a password on everything important. As I can't really snoop in the software, I'm going to be doing a dump of the drive to another, more easily accessible drive, and then sharing it here with anyone interested. Right now I don't have the time to get this done, but in the next day or so I'm going to get out a boot disk of DOS and find a tool to copy over the data to a hard drive I can easily access in my Win98 PC.
The Beast 2.0:
CPU: AMD K6-III 450MHz GPU: Nvidia FX 5600 128MB HDD: 20GB (Seagate?) Mobo: ASUS P5A-B RAM: 512MB Sound Card: SB 16 PnP ISA OS: Windows 98 SE