Auction: IBM PS/2 SCSI-2 Corvette MCA Microchannel WOW! CHEAP!
End time: Apr-19-07 20:40:20 PDT (
This is from that ner-do-well baddog64
Not sure about an 8580, but it will work on any 90 or 95 with a T1/T2
with the enhanced BIOS or T3 or greater.
> Not sure about an 8580, but it will work on any 90 or 95 with
> a T1/T2 with the enhanced BIOS or T3 or greater.
It didn't work for me on an 8580-A31. The adapter didn't want to go
through automatic configuration. When I manually configured it, the
system did not boot and wouldn't see hard disks attached to the
>> Not sure about an 8580, but it will work on any 90 or 95 with
>> a T1/T2 with the enhanced BIOS or T3 or greater.
> It didn't work for me on an 8580-A31. The adapter didn't want to go
> through automatic configuration. When I manually configured it, the
> system did not boot and wouldn't see hard disks attached to the
I think the SC.EXE is too low of a version.
> > It didn't work for me on an 8580-A31. The adapter didn't want to go
> > through automatic configuration. When I manually configured it, the
> > system did not boot and wouldn't see hard disks attached to the
> > adapter.
> I think the SC.EXE is too low of a version.
IIRC, the ADP intercepts the model number, the adapter will not ...Auction: IBM PS/2 Model 80 386 OS/2 SCSI Keyboard Mouse PS/2 TV
Starting bid: US $10.00
End time: May-15-07 08:07:28 PDT (4 days 19 hours)
Shipping costs: US $55.00
Ships to: United States
Item location: Atlanta, Georgia, United States
This is a working PS/2 system with everything except the VGA monitor:
PS/2 8580 386 with 120MB SCSI Hard Drive and Floppy Disk, 12MB RAM)
IBM Model M keyboard (which is new) and mouse (original)
IBM PS/2 TV Unit with power supply. A rare option, allows for viewing and
tuning TV PIP on the desktop.
OS/2 is installed on the machine (and works). Also includes an unopened
copy of OS/2 Warp.
Jelte, admirer of the letter of IBM with blue Ishiki
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...IBM RS/6000 MCA SCSI Adapter vs. IBM PS/2 MCA SCSI Adapter
I found in my MCA repository a (seems to be) functionnal RS/6000 32bit
In my '80, I have a (what seems to be, again) original PS/2 SCSI
Adapter, w/o cache. I found also a w/cache, but is faulty.
May I get better performance, any improvement of any kind trying this
RS/6000 Adapter, or is it not going to run at all...or will it be worse ?
I have a 0661 type HDD, 320 MB in the SCSI Chain.
Hum, as I see after some searches, it is RS/6000-only adapter, no ADF,
not useable in a PS/2...Can someone confirm this ?
The Godfather wrote:
> Hello,...IBM PS/2 SCSI-2 ADAPTER MCA W/Drive&Cable auction
Nov-06-03 11:50:00 PST
Auction is wrongly titled on e baye. It's listed as a F/W, while it's
clearly a Patriot. Includes DSAS drive and a braided cable. Possibly
from either a 76 or 77 system.
...Auction: VINTAGE NEW IBM PS/2 MCA Microchannel Dual VGA OUT Card #2
Here's another one. Artist Graphics Winsprint 1000i.
Wish it did high color, but it's got some serious horsepower in the
resolution department. I've never run it past 1280x1024, but it looks
to be capable of 256 colors at 1600x1200 resolution with a 75Hz
vertical refresh rate. It's also quite fast. It is *not* a dual head
adapter, however. The second connector takes a display passthrough
from your base video card. A straight through male/male VGA cable (or
doing without being able to see base video output) works fine.
Louis sav...Auction: IBM PS/2 XGA-2 Adapter WOW New in Box MCA Microchannel!
As it stands right now, it's got a bidder who would give it a good
home...but it's new in box...when is the last time you saw that?
$9.99 current bid. 11 hours, ~30 minutes left. Located in Auburn, WA
USA. Ships worldwide. PayPal, MO, CC, personal check...
For the record, the "new XGA" refers to a display resolution. There
are SXGA, WXGA and maybe even a WUXGA (!!!). Bonus--don't forget to
ask for your picture of the goats and chickens. They're amazing as per
It will **not** work in a PS/2 Model 50...at least not with the stock
286 CPU installed. (Never did try a 50 with the 386SX upgrade...) You
can put the card in, but the machine won't even power up.
On Dec 17, 9:20 am, wm_wa...@hotmail.com wrote:
> As it stands right now, it's got a bidder who would give it a good
> home...but it's new in box...when is the last time you saw that?
> $9.99 current bid. 11 hours, ~30 minutes left. Located in Auburn, WA
> USA. Ships worldwide. PayPal, MO, CC, personal check...
Gee, thanks for the announcement. Probably didn't matter, but anyway
eBay says, "You've been outbid. Bid again before it's too late!" :-(
Not that I *needed* another XGA-2.
Oh well - hopefully the buyer isn't planning to run it in their model
50, eh? ;-)
44+ minutes left.
My intention w...Auction: IBM PS2 PS/2 8580-A21 Blue Lightning MCA Microchannel [Come on, Canada!]
End time: Mar-18-06 15:14:15 PST
I asked the seller, the system is still keeping time, so the battery
does not appear to be causing the 165. I have a hunch that this puppy
will pop with the correct loving care. Put in a 386, just one planar
memory card and fire her up. Once it's running, start adding components.
I suggest that anyone near Pickering, ON consider this as a project
worthy of your time. The 8MB memory expansion board is a prime suspect.
// ---------------...Auction: IBM PS2 PS/2 8580-A21 Blue Lightning MCA Microchannel [oh, Canada!]
End time: Apr-27-06 17:15:35 PDT
Wonderful vintage IBM PS2 microchannel PC. Built like a tank. Was
working fine but went into error 165 on boot sequence about a year ago.
Tried to get it going with recovery disc without luck. It was running
Windows 95. Sold without hard drive. Hard drive caddy is inside tower.
Has typical Microchannel cards:
SCSI, Token Ring, 5-1/4 interface card, 2 X 4MB memory boards plus the
8MB expansion...[Auction: US->WW] IBM PS/2 MCA 8-bit memory cards MicroChannel Cheap!!!!
"Cheap" with a nuance: there's some Cheese on it.
Ends: Sept 5th, 2007.
...Auction: 2 PC mice mouse 1 serial 1 PS/2 PS / 2 IBM save them! ;)
Included primarily for humor purposes. To keep it somewhat on topic,
one is an IBM "soap bar" mouse. I think it's pretty funny. Quoting
directly from the listing:
"What you're bidding on:
2 PC Mice, cheap.
All are tested and working.
Save these from the dumpster."
Ends Jan-25-07 Starting bid $1.25, shipping $4.50. Ships to US and
Canada from Fort Plain, NY. No affiliation.
...[auction DE] 2 x IBM 1MB Speichererweiterung f�r PS/2 (1987) MCA
Looks very odd. Is this really PS/2 memory? I would rather think of some I/O
expansion slot thingy (like games for the older personal computers C64,
amiga, atari and the likes). So I would rather think of a PCjr expansion
card. Also 12 chips seem a bit odd for regular computers.
Try using < and >
<http://cgi.benl.ebay.be/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&rd=1&item=120086265764&ssPageName=STRK:MEWA:IT&ih=002&g...Auction: IBM PS/2 Microchannel Procom MC SCSI Enabler
Ends Nov-05-05 19:27:30 PST
- should be SCSI and not SCSI-2
- standard driver packs for DOS (up to 5.0), OS/2 and NetWare
- optional packs for Unix System V/386 and Xenix System V/386
- Procom claims 5MB/sec sync and 4MB/sec async transfer rates
- up to four enablers per system
- optimized for Procom SCSI subsystems (?)
- co-exists with other controllers
- ISA variants exist for XT/AT (8-bit), AT (16-bit).
- SCSI Disconnect/reselect fully...Auction: IBM PS/2 Microchannel MCA Model 60 Memory
Did the Model 60 have the same kind of memory as the Model 80? A plug
in board? I thought the Model 60 had SIMM chips.
BTW, I have a couple of those SIMM chips if anyone needs them.
If so, are they interchangeable? It looks like this auction is for 2
computers' worth of memory - 4 boards.
> Did the Model 60 have the same kind of memory as the Model 80? A plug
> in board? I thought the Model 60 had SIMM chips.
No. ...Auction: Ziatech ZT/2 IBM PS/2 Adapter Card MCA IEEE 488 HPIB
End time: Apr-13-06 14:25:28 PDT
Dang...I wish the BIN were reasonable. I've got some HPIB-equipped
ThinkJet printers and the cables...
...[auction US] IBM PS/2 Hardware Interface Tech. Ref. Blue Book MINT #2
System Specific Info. Models 50,55SX60,65SX,70,90,95
[Ends march 11th, 2007]
This seller is trying to drive you nuts by releasing his goodies bit by bit.
I'm on it.
Alvin Andries wrote:
> System Specific Info. Models 50,55SX60,65SX,70,90,95
> [Ends march 11th, 2007]
> This seller is trying to drive you nuts by releasing his goodies bit by bit.
Damn it, Gerd...Auction: IBM PS/2 MCA Microchannel SoundPiper 16 Rare! WOW!
"Filling in" for a moment while LFO is out doing "road rage" (whatever that
might be -- but I'm not sure it can be much in a Focus! :-) )...
No affiliation. Located in Auburn, Washington, USA.
Ends August 27, 2006 15:56:57, ships worldwide
Brought to you by an IBM PS/2 9585-0XF "Clarus"
Intel 486DX4/100, 2GB HDD, 64MB RAM S/N 23HD700
...Auction: IBM PS/2 MCA Microchannel Model95 Squirrel Fan Assembly
Squirrel is such a fun word, even if the ones in my kitchen roof
aren't very entertaining...
Ends May-26-2007, 21:44:33 PDT. Starting bid of $0.99.
The seller is uniplus, and in every one of my dealings with them, I
have been very pleased with what I got. Ships worldwide, located in
Seattle, WA USA. No affiliation other than being a satisfied customer.
...Auction: IBM PS/2 Memory Expansion New in Box MCA Microchannel !
Time to push some of this MI5 Victim crap down... (which reminds me,
gotta revise my filters a bit...)
ATD brand...never heard of it. Have we got the ADF?
Ends in 11 hours, ~30 minutes. Located in Auburn, WA USA. Ships
worldwide. PayPal, MO, CC, personal check.
...IBM PS/2 Model 57 SLC Type 8557 Microchannel MCA auction
Ends Jun-15-05 16:57:17 PDT
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...Auction: IBM PS/2 TV Microchannel MCA Type 2460 Rare and ODD!
From baddog64 in Auburn, Washington...a PS/2 TV!
Starting bid of $0.99, shipping for my location was quoted at $15.40.
Ships worldwide. No power adapter included, some damage to the
keyboard connector is reported.
"This is better than X-Box, PSP, or Wii, so please don't get them
Well, you could plug one in to this if that's your idea of
"Ask and I'll send a picture of the baby goat!"
> From baddog64 in Auburn, Washington...
> "Ask and I'll send a picture of the baby goat!"
The baby goat really is seriously cute.
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...Auction: (3)IBM Future Domain Bootable SCSI Adapter for MCA PS/2
End time: Mar-18-08 16:50:18 PDT
Description: (3) IBM Future Domain MCA Microchannel SCSI
Controllers for PS/2
- IBM P/N 71G3575
- Future Domain 18C50 SCSI controller
- includes 3-device SCSI cable (FRU 71G2558)
- boot BIOS ver.1.01
- HD50 external connector, 50-pin internal
...Auction: IBM PS/2 MCA Microchannel Model 95 Front Bezel Set
uniplus once again...they have good stuff...
Display/LED/switch panel (for 8595 only, no HDD LED)
One floppy drive bezel
One blank bezel (for use over unoccupied floppy slot)
Three vented bezels
Ends May-26-07, 21:49:05 PDT. Starting bid of $0.99. Ships worldwide,
located in Seattle, WA USA. No affiliation.
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Would be even nicer if the S/H were $.99, but I can't tell from
listing what the freight is.
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> Would be even nicer if the S/H were $.99, but I can't
> tell from listing what the freight is.
It is $9 to me. Your mileage may vary.
...Auction: VINTAGE NEW IBM PS/2 MCA Microchannel Dual VGA OUT Card
BIN $19.99 Ends Jan-25-07. $7.50 shipping. Ships worldwide.
Artist Winsprint 1000i video card. It's not a dual header...the second
monitor plug connects to your base video. It's limited to 256 colors,
but it can *really* stand up and deliver on resolution and refresh
rates. I was able to easily push an HP Pavilion 17" monitor past its
limits under Windows NT 4.0 with this card. Running big monitors with
this would not be a problem--it will do 1600x1200 no problem with at
least a 75Hz vertical refresh r...Auction: IBM PS/2 MCA SCSI card, Cable and CD with *.adf files
End time: May-04-07 19:51:55 PDT
Long Tribble, MCX50-C50 cable, external C50 terminator