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Auction: VINTAGE IBM 70 386 PS/2 PERSONAL SYSTEM/2 DESKTOP

http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=170083249814

$49.99 starting bid. Ends Feb-26-07, 11:25:12 PST. Located in Longwood, FL.
Ships worldwide.

8570-A16 This should be a 25MHz unit. (Tim O'Connor, are you out there?
Here's your chance...)

"This Auction is for ONE USED IBM 70 386 Personal System/2 desktop computer.
Description:
This Vintage IBM Personal System/2 is in decent condition with some stubborn
tape residue, a few marker markings and other marking on the frame of the
unit.
The unit powers on and was tested with a computer monitor, however, a screen
portraying an unknown problem is persistent at start-up.
Please review the pictures for more information and Please Bid Accordingly.
THIS SYSTEM DOES NOT COME WITH A MONITOR.
No manuals, No Documents, No Software or anything else is included."

No affiliation.

William


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William
2/22/2007 2:13:32 AM
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> The unit powers on and was tested with a computer monitor, however, a screen
> portraying an unknown problem is persistent at start-up.

>From looking at the picture, it boots to error 162, displays a red not-
OK sign, and asks for the IBM Reference disk. A good battery, a loving
home, and an IBM reference disk will make it run well again.

exwisdem

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exwisdem
2/22/2007 1:16:06 PM
Dead battery or someone played adapter swappee.

exwisdem wrote:
>> The unit powers on and was tested with a computer monitor, however, a screen
>> portraying an unknown problem is persistent at start-up.
> 
>>From looking at the picture, it boots to error 162, displays a red not-
> OK sign, and asks for the IBM Reference disk. A good battery, a loving
> home, and an IBM reference disk will make it run well again.
> 
> exwisdem
> 
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Louis
2/22/2007 2:17:16 PM
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