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Auction: IBM CPU PS/2 77 486 (London, ON)

 >http://cgi.ebay.com/IBM-CPU-PS-277-486_W0QQitemZ6821536532QQcategoryZ164QQssPageNameZWDVWQQrdZ1QQcmdZViewItem<
Ends Nov-20-05 17:17:29 PST

As expected, the Kyozou gallery did not work...

I see a blue medallion, no MM module, I expect it to be either Bermuda 
or Lacuna. Ask the seller for existence of HDD15 port if you wandt.

At .99, it's a bargain.
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Louis
11/17/2005 10:21:48 PM
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Hi Louis,
> ...I see a blue medallion, no MM module, I expect it to be either
> Bermuda or Lacuna. Ask the seller for existence of HDD15 port
> if you wandt.
     Bermuda (and with the separate "486" viewable on the badge in the
base listing you should know that). The photo gallery works for me
here. 16/4 TR card, one of the baseband (DCA?) NICs, & XGA-2 (as
expected).
                   David
                   David@IBMMuseum.com

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IBMMuseum
11/17/2005 11:37:48 PM
Hi!

> The photo gallery works for me
> here. 16/4 TR card, one of the baseband (DCA?) NICs, & XGA-2 (as
> expected).

Looks good to me on the gallery front. It tries to load a popup leading to:
http://pictures.kyozou.com/pictures.aspx?id=0&prdet=754097

$38.70 shipping to Farmer City via Canada Post Expedited US Commercial...a
little stiff but doable if I thought I could win it for that $0.99.

I'm hoping that I can get it...OS/2 Warp 4 ran pretty well on the one I lost
to the flood.

William


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William
11/18/2005 12:56:03 AM
William R. Walsh wrote:
> Hi!
>
> > The photo gallery works for me
> > here. 16/4 TR card, one of the baseband (DCA?) NICs, & XGA-2 (as
> > expected).
>
> Looks good to me on the gallery front. It tries to load a popup leading to:
> http://pictures.kyozou.com/pictures.aspx?id=0&prdet=754097
> 

I wonder why three of the slots are x-ed.

....
> 
> William

Dan

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Dan
11/18/2005 2:44:53 AM
"Dan-the K" <kaliushkin@att.net> wrote in message
news:1132281893.776491.203100@f14g2000cwb.googlegroups.com...
>
> William R. Walsh wrote:
> > Hi!
> >
> > > The photo gallery works for me
> > > here. 16/4 TR card, one of the baseband (DCA?) NICs, & XGA-2 (as
> > > expected).
> >
> > Looks good to me on the gallery front. It tries to load a popup leading
to:
> > http://pictures.kyozou.com/pictures.aspx?id=0&prdet=754097
> >
>
> I wonder why three of the slots are x-ed.
 to keep the dum-dums out of the token ring db9's with the monitor cord.
Jerry
> ...
> >
> > William
>
> Dan
>


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11/18/2005 3:24:34 AM
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