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Auction: ncr mca microchannel computer 3300 vintage computer 486

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End time:	Nov-28-06 14:37:52 PST

It uses the 486DX processor card. See the LIF socket and the 128K cache 
connector.
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Louis
11/25/2006 12:14:05 AM
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Hi Louis,
http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=300052970461
> It uses the 486DX processor card. See the LIF socket and the 128K cache 
> connector...
     Man, an NCR MCA I don't have. I'd love to, but the price is a little 
steep for me at the moment. On a side note (maybe this is a hangout area 
too, I dunno), anybody ever notice that eBay's "dproject" & "ddproject" are 
both from Binghamton, New York?
                         David
                         David@IBMMuseum.com 


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David
11/25/2006 2:44:57 AM
David L. Beem wrote:
> Hi Louis,
> http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=300052970461
>> It uses the 486DX processor card. See the LIF socket and the 128K cache 
>> connector...
>      Man, an NCR MCA I don't have. I'd love to, but the price is a little 
> steep for me at the moment. On a side note (maybe this is a hangout area 
> too, I dunno), anybody ever notice that eBay's "dproject" & "ddproject" are 
> both from Binghamton, New York?
>                          David
>                          David@IBMMuseum.com 
> 
> 
Yeah, same person (split personality?)
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Jim
11/25/2006 2:18:23 PM
You mean No Personality, don't you?

CT the Cynic


Jim Hall wrote:
> David L. Beem wrote:
> > Hi Louis,
> > http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=300052970461
> >> It uses the 486DX processor card. See the LIF socket and the 128K cache
> >> connector...
> >      Man, an NCR MCA I don't have. I'd love to, but the price is a little
> > steep for me at the moment. On a side note (maybe this is a hangout area
> > too, I dunno), anybody ever notice that eBay's "dproject" & "ddproject" are
> > both from Binghamton, New York?
> >                          David
> >                          David@IBMMuseum.com
> > 
> > 
> Yeah, same person (split personality?)

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Tim
11/25/2006 6:21:20 PM
Hi!

> It uses the 486DX processor card. See the LIF socket and the
> 128K cache connector.

The one up for auction is POD capable. Louis sent me one (complete with
keys for the lock!) and I've since recovered it from going under in the
flood. I have been running Windows NT Workstation 4.0 SP6a on mine. It
connects to the network using an IBM 16/4 "Long Card" shared RAM
adapter. Over time, I've come up with a few different thoughts and
observations:

1. The build quality is "cheap" in a lot of places. The case is well
enough made (although nothing like the Reply Model 32's quality level)
but most parts are simply "press fitted and that's good enough". As
such--at least on my system--it doesn't like being bumped or moved when
in operation. Touching the processor card will send the system into a
fit. I had to resolder the fan connector on the processor card. It had
developed broken solder joints on all three terminals. The power supply
(made by Teapo in Taiwan) whines briefly when it starts. I worried
about this at first, but it's been running almost 24/7 since the end of
2005.

2. The onboard 77C22E looks like a decent video chip and should be high
color capable. Windows NT only lets you have 256 colors and 60Hz in all
modes except 800x600, where a 72Hz mode is available. Performance wise,
video is "slow". I would have put an XGA-2 in mine, but I don't know
how to go about patching the refdisk or if it is necessary to do so.
I'm sure these problems could be addressed with time spent on looking
at them.

3. The DS1387 is (in many cases) soldered down and someday it may die.
Unlike a lot of systems I have worked with, the DS1387 turns rather
warm when the system is on. Perhaps NCR found a way to charge it or had
it slightly customized?

4. A 2.88MB floppy drive exists for these systems. NCR used "industry
standard" FPM parity SIMMs on this system.

5. If you need a refdisk, NCR supplies the files. You've got to supply
the DOS...or at least I did.

My bid is primarily to save this system from a bad end. If you want it,
I will step down because I already have one. Once you get it up and
running, it's a nice little box to have around. If I win this one, I
will try UZ's NCR SCSI driver with Windows 98/SE. I don't want to
bulldoze the NT installation or rip apart my working 3350 at this time.

I never have found a Clarity 1 video card. This is something I'd love
to see and outline.

William

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wm_walsh
11/27/2006 5:57:00 PM
wm_walsh@hotmail.com wrote:
> Hi!
>
*snip*
>
> My bid is primarily to save this system from a bad end. If you want it,
> I will step down because I already have one. Once you get it up and
> running, it's a nice little box to have around. If I win this one, I
> will try UZ's NCR SCSI driver with Windows 98/SE. I don't want to
> bulldoze the NT installation or rip apart my working 3350 at this time.
>

> William

Busy buying x-mas presents for the family (and I'll never get away
giving the NCR to my wife), so I have to pass this by.

William, can you identify the power supply pin-outs on the motherboard?
I have a planer and processor card that I'd love to get into some
serious tinkering to power off a non-NCR power supply.

Regards, Jim Hall

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IBMabuser
11/28/2006 2:42:48 AM
Hi!

> IBMabuser

!!!!

> William, can you identify the power supply pin-outs on the
> motherboard?

Yes, I think I can. I seem to remember a diagram being printed on the
side of the PSU in my 3350. I'll try to take a look at it here in the
near future.

I don't think it would be too hard. The power switch is on the PSU
itself. That probably leaves only the grounds, power good, +/-5V, and
+/-12V. IIRC the connector looks a variant of the ATX type.

William

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wm_walsh
11/28/2006 3:46:11 PM
Hi William,
> ...My bid is primarily to save this system from a bad end...
"This ended item has been relisted...". Why, with a high bidder, would
it (could it) be relisted.
http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=300054807269
                         David
                         David@IBMMuseum.com

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IBMMuseum
11/29/2006 4:57:35 AM
IBMMuseum wrote:
> "This ended item has been relisted...". Why, with a high bidder, would
> it (could it) be relisted.

It can be done if both the buyer and seller agree to "nullify" the
transaction.  Perhaps William will be able to provide the details
later.

Rick Ekblaw

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RickE
11/29/2006 12:58:42 PM
Hi Rick and David!

> > "This ended item has been relisted...". Why, with a high bidder, would
> > it (could it) be relisted.

> It can be done if both the buyer and seller agree to "nullify" the
> transaction.  Perhaps William will be able to provide the details
> later.

I haven't agreed to cancel or nullify anything. I fully intend to complete
the transaction. In fact, I just finished responding to the invoice that
ddproject sent. It's not cheap, but a lot can be learned and studied while
it is in use. I've long been curious how Win98(se) and Win95 might react to
this machine, and how well they support its hardware. Logic dictates that
Win98 would still behave badly with a fast enough CPU in place.

If there's anything I might be worried about, it's the 95% feedback rating.
I don't usually go for anything lower than 97% except in special cases.
Still, there's a limit to what the numbers mean. I spoke for two toner
cartridges on a "buy it now" recently for my LaserJet 4050n. At first the
seller lost track of my payment details. Now...it's been at least a week and
I don't know. That seller had 98% positive feedback IIRC.

William


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William
11/30/2006 12:53:27 AM
IBMMuseum wrote:
> Hi William,
> > ...My bid is primarily to save this system from a bad end...
> "This ended item has been relisted...". Why, with a high bidder, would
> it (could it) be relisted.
> http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=300054807269

If the auction had ended, the seller could have listed another one like
it.

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Dan
11/30/2006 3:36:21 AM
Hi Dan,
> If the auction had ended, the seller could have listed
> another one like it.
     That would be circumventing eBay listing fees...
                    David
                    David@IBMMuseum.com 


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David
11/30/2006 4:41:22 AM
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>http://cgi.ebay.com/VINTAGE-IBM-PS2-PS-2-MODEL-70-PC-COMPUTER-CLEAN-386_W0QQitemZ5105726548QQcategoryZ74946QQrdZ1QQcmdZViewItem< Ends Oct-02-05 19:26:06 PDT -- Reply to ohland@charter.net On Tue, 27 Sep 2005 20:05:07 -0500, Louis Ohland <nullnvoid@charter.net> wrote: >> http://cgi.ebay.com/VINTAGE-IBM-PS2-PS-2-MODEL-70-PC-COMPUTER-CLEAN-386_W0QQitemZ5105726548QQcategoryZ74946QQrdZ1QQcmdZViewItem< > Ends Oct-02-05 19:26:06 PDT This thing won't run an OS/2 1.0, 1.1 would it? It requires a 286? If so guess I'll be waiting for another 50Z to bubble up. :\ --Daniel Hi! > http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=%205105726548 I think it becomes obvious when a person looking at the listing also has one of those coffee cans (look in the picture background) that he has *far too much stuff*. Otherwise a very nice looking computer. I find the dual floppy setup especially handy. William On Tue, 27 Sep 2005 21:51:00 -0500, William R. Walsh <newgroups1@nojunquemail.walshcomptech.com> wrote: > Hi! > >> http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=%205105726548 > > I think it becomes obvious when a person looking at the listing also has one > of those coffee cans (look in the picture background) that he has *far too > much stuff*. > > Otherwise a very nice looking computer. I find the dual floppy setup > especially handy. > > William...

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To the group, don't try it. I'm on it. ardent-blue How high is your pain point? On Feb 25, 11:07 am, Louis Ohland <ohl...@charter.net> wrote: > To the group, don't try it. I'm on it. > > ardent-blue > > How high is your pain point? The guy you are bidding against is relentless.......better sharpen your spear and tighten up your armored jockstrap......(and find a good sniping software)........ There will be a price to pay... My max is not $15. Tim Knight/CT wrote: > On Feb 25, 11:07 am, Louis Ohland <ohl...@charter.net> wrote: >> To the group, don't try it. I'm on it. >> >> ardent-blue >> >> How high is your pain point? > > The guy you are bidding against is relentless.......better sharpen > your spear and tighten up your armored jockstrap......(and find a good > sniping software)........ > > On Feb 25, 4:44 pm, Louis Ohland <ohl...@charter.net> wrote: > There will be a price to pay... My max is not $15. > I really hope you snatch it up.....mine is broken and maybe you can help me fix it.... > > > Tim Knight/CT wrote: > > On Feb 25, 11:07 am, Louis Ohland <ohl...@charter.net> wrote: > >> To the group, don't try it. I'm on it. > > >> ardent-blue > > >> How high is your pain point? > > > The guy you are bidding against is relent...

Auction: [one very sad looking] IBM PS/2 portable computer Microchannel MCA P70 386
http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=130110081094 Starting bid: US $20.00 End time: May-12-07 09:27:08 PDT (6 days 19 hours) Ships to: Worldwide Item location: Dallas, TX, United States No affiliation -- Jelte, admirer of the letter of IBM with blue Ishiki The information contained in this post is copyright the poster and specifically may not be published in, or used by http://www.jlaforums.com On May 5, 4:46 pm, "JWR" <jad...@nospam.speedlinq.nl> wrote: > http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=130110081094 > > Starting bid: US $20.00 > End time: May-12-07 09:27:08 PDT (6 days 19 hours) > Ships to: Worldwide > Item location: Dallas, TX, United States > > No affiliation > > -- > Jelte, admirer of the letter of IBM with blue Ishiki > The information contained in this post is copyright the poster > and specifically may not be published in, or used by > http://www.jlaforums.com Hi Jelte...... I just emailed the guy to find out what the rest of the machine looks like. I have a parts machine I got several years ago that has a perfect keyboard...... Maybe I can make a happy P70 out of 2 unhappy ones.....:-) CT the Fixemupper On 5 May 2007 15:05:48 -0700, "Tim Knight/CT" <msgtknight@gmail.com> wrote: >On May 5, 4:46 pm, "JWR" <jad...@nospam.speedlinq.nl> wrote: >> http://cgi.ebay.c...

Auction: IBM 486 DOS Computer
http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=230229238522 Starting bid: US $19.99 End time: Mar-09-08 22:34:28 PDT (4 days 8 hours) Ships to: United States Item location: Toledo, Ohio, United States Brand IBM Model PS/2 56 Type 9556-DEB S/N 23-LHGRG Processor 80486 Base Memory 12BM Ext Cache 128 Video (VGA) XGA-2 Video Memory 1024K LAN Support (UNTESTED) Mass Storage 1 * 2.88MB 3.5" Floppy Drive 1 * 270MB Hard Drive raryl FDD is an EE-drive. No affiliation -- Jelte, admirer of the letter of IBM with blue Ishiki The information contained in this post is copyright the poster and specifically may not be published in, or used by http://www.jlaforums.com JWR wrote: > http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=230229238522 > > Starting bid: US $19.99 > End time: Mar-09-08 22:34:28 PDT (4 days 8 hours) > Ships to: United States > Item location: Toledo, Ohio, United States > > Brand IBM > Model PS/2 56 > Type 9556-DEB > S/N 23-LHGRG > Processor 80486 > Base Memory 12BM > Ext Cache 128 > Video (VGA) XGA-2 > Video Memory 1024K > LAN Support (UNTESTED) > Mass Storage 1 * 2.88MB 3.5" Floppy Drive > 1 * 270MB Hard Drive > > > raryl > FDD is an EE-drive. > > No affiliation > ...

Auction: IBM 9585 PS2
http://search.ebay.com/Z190174683216 BIN William, they are Xies. Hi! > http://search.ebay.com/190174683216 [fix: dropped the errant Z before item #] > BIN > William, they are Xies. As in "Xpensive". I would hope that these same machines will surface under a more reasonably priced listing or that these folks would consider a reasonable offer. I'd almost dare to make them one, but I'm not sure I want to foot the shipping bill right now. My collection of 9585-X machines is getting quite large. Most of them are transplanted Texans. I have enough to run a pretty wide card of OSes...OS/2, Win95, NT4, Linux, and NT 3.1. There is at least one "duplicate", so I could probably squeeze in a Win98SE machine. That would leave only DOS and Windows 3.1x...and I'm not sure I'd want to waste an 85 on that. William On Wed, 23 Jan 2008 08:38:54 -0800 (PST), wm_walsh@hotmail.com wrote: >Hi! > >> http://search.ebay.com/190174683216 > >[fix: dropped the errant Z before item #] > >> BIN >> William, they are Xies. > >As in "Xpensive". I would hope that these same machines will surface >under a more reasonably priced listing or that these folks would >consider a reasonable offer. I'd almost dare to make them one, but I'm >not sure I want to foot the shipping bill right now. > >My collection of 9585-X machines is getting quite large. M...

Auction: VINTAGE IBM SYSTEM 36 COMPUTERS
<http://cgi.ebay.com/VINTAGE-IBM-SYSTEM-36-COMPUTERS_W0QQitemZ220073084081QQihZ012QQcategoryZ74946QQrdZ1QQcmdZViewItem> End time: Jan-25-07 11:13:54 PST Shipping costs: Pickup only - see item description for details Ships to: Will arrange for local pickup only (no shipping). Item location: Prospect, TN 38477, United States IBM SYSTEM 36 COMPUTERS 2 IBM SYSTEM 36 TABLE TOP UNITS MODEL 5364 1 IBM PC CONSOLE FOR 5364 1 CLONE PCXT CONSOLE FOR 5364 1 IBM SYSTEM 36 MODEL 5363 2 DOT MATRIX PRINTERS. ASSORTED TWINAX CABLES Both 5364 units and consoles would IPL & operate when last tried. They may or may not work now. The 5363 had a disk error and a bad power supply when last connected. I believe that with a power supply and disk reload this system would operate. I have some manuals for these units. I have a licensed copy of the operating system. Condition of these diskettes is unknown. There is some custom written business software on the disk drives of all three systems. Current condition of this equipment is unknown. you are buying them AS IS - WHERE IS. Bring your truck & we (you & I) will load them. When it is yours & with your help I will be glad to set up & attempt to IPL the 5364 units. ...

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