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IBM BLUE LIGHTNING PROCESSOR UPGRADE PS/2 auction

>http://cgi.ebay.com/IBM-BLUE-LIGHTNING-PROCESSOR-UPGRADE-PS-2_W0QQitemZ5794099428QQcategoryZ56095QQrdZ1QQcmdZViewItem<
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WTF is ebey doing with these huge urls?

IBM BLUE LIGHTNING PROCESSOR UPGRADE PS/2 Model 70 or 80 from a 386DX
microprocessor to a 486DLC2 33/60-MHz microprocessor
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8/2/2005 12:58:28 AM
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You say, "Comes with toll-free IBM PC Company HelpCenter support --
24/7".  I believe that's dead wrong.  They haven't provided phone
support for PS/2 products for at least 10 years, if they ever did.  I
suggest you modify the listing to remove this statement.

Dan

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Dan
8/2/2005 1:44:22 AM
So take the old style URL and add the item number.

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

to which we can add the item number:

http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=5794099428

Lather, rinse, repeat. Don't forget the Jolt-Dry.

William


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William
8/2/2005 2:08:20 AM
Hi!

> You say, "Comes with toll-free IBM PC Company HelpCenter support --
> 24/7".  I believe that's dead wrong.

Louis didn't write the listing...but I think you knew that. :-)

I once called IBM with questions about a 5170. I thought they could help me
find the files relating to it. I was wrong, but not *dead* wrong. It didn't
matter much after that anyway. The 5170 caught on fire and it was too late
when I got back to do much about it.

>  They haven't provided phone
> support for PS/2 products for at least 10 years, if they ever did.  I
> suggest you modify the listing to remove this statement.

Actually, they did provide at least *some* phone support. I had another one
of these (new in box and installed in a 8570-E61) where the box proclaimed
"Options By IBM - Guaranteed to work with your system!" As I recall there
was an 800 number that could be dialed for assistance.

I don't know if I would be surprised to find that number still
operating...maybe not helping with Blue Lightening installs...but possibly
still out there.

William


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William
8/2/2005 5:33:37 AM
William R. Walsh wrote:
> Hi!
>
> > You say, "Comes with toll-free IBM PC Company HelpCenter support --
> > 24/7".  I believe that's dead wrong.
>
> Louis didn't write the listing...but I think you knew that. :-)
>
> I once called IBM with questions about a 5170. I thought they could help me
> find the files relating to it. I was wrong, but not *dead* wrong. It didn't
> matter much after that anyway. The 5170 caught on fire and it was too late
> when I got back to do much about it.
>
> >  They haven't provided phone
> > support for PS/2 products for at least 10 years, if they ever did.  I
> > suggest you modify the listing to remove this statement.
>
> Actually, they did provide at least *some* phone support. I had another one
> of these (new in box and installed in a 8570-E61) where the box proclaimed
> "Options By IBM - Guaranteed to work with your system!" As I recall there
> was an 800 number that could be dialed for assistance.
>
> I don't know if I would be surprised to find that number still
> operating...maybe not helping with Blue Lightening installs...but possibly
> still out there.
>
> William

I think the number ended with 2227.

The only machine I had for which they would help was an Aptiva and the
help was to bring it back to that state it was in when I got it.  On
rare occasions, I found a technician who loved PS/2s and who would help
with that rergardless of policy.

Dan

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Dan
8/2/2005 11:53:05 AM
William R. Walsh wrote:
> Hi!
>
> > You say, "Comes with toll-free IBM PC Company HelpCenter support --
> > 24/7".  I believe that's dead wrong.
>
> Louis didn't write the listing...but I think you knew that. :-)
>
> I once called IBM with questions about a 5170. I thought they could help me
> find the files relating to it. I was wrong, but not *dead* wrong. It didn't
> matter much after that anyway. The 5170 caught on fire and it was too late
> when I got back to do much about it.
>
> >  They haven't provided phone
> > support for PS/2 products for at least 10 years, if they ever did.  I
> > suggest you modify the listing to remove this statement.
>
> Actually, they did provide at least *some* phone support. I had another one
> of these (new in box and installed in a 8570-E61) where the box proclaimed
> "Options By IBM - Guaranteed to work with your system!" As I recall there
> was an 800 number that could be dialed for assistance.
>
> I don't know if I would be surprised to find that number still
> operating...maybe not helping with Blue Lightening installs...but possibly
> still out there.
>
> William

I think the number ended with 2227.

The only machine I had for which they would help was an Aptiva and the
help was to bring it back to that state it was in when I got it.  On
rare occasions, I found a technician who loved PS/2s and who would help
with that rergardless of policy.

Dan

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Dan
8/2/2005 11:56:05 AM
Hi Dan & William,
> ...I think the number ended with 2227...
     I think the number ends in China now...
                        David
                        David@IBMMuseum.com 


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David
8/2/2005 1:28:34 PM
Dan the K wrote:
....
> >
> > Actually, they did provide at least *some* phone support. I had another one
> > of these (new in box and installed in a 8570-E61) where the box proclaimed
> > "Options By IBM - Guaranteed to work with your system!" As I recall there
> > was an 800 number that could be dialed for assistance.
> >
> > I don't know if I would be surprised to find that number still
> > operating...maybe not helping with Blue Lightening installs...but possibly
> > still out there.
> >
> > William
>
> I think the number ended with 2227.
>
> The only machine I had for which they would help was an Aptiva and the
> help was to bring it back to that state it was in when I got it.  On
> rare occasions, I found a technician who loved PS/2s and who would help
> with that rergardless of policy.
>
> Dan

I also recall talking to them around 1995 about getting a new computer
(I wound up with a used Aptiva) and depending on which number I pressed
I either got PC 750 people or PC 300 people.  Nobody would talk about
Aptivas because they were not current.

They gave me the impression that the former were solid,
corporate-suitable machines; the latter were play things; toys.  So of
course IBM folded up the PC 750 lines and moved everything to the PC
300 line.  I got PC 750s many years later and I'm happy with them.

Dan

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Dan
8/2/2005 10:42:17 PM
Hi Louis,
> WTF is ebey doing with these huge urls?...
     Granted I haven't been watching, but the "Powered by IBM" banners have
been replaced by "Powered by Sun/Java (TM) Technology" about the same
timeframe....
                        David
                        David@IBMMuseum.com


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David
8/5/2005 10:56:51 PM
Hi David, CJSL...

> > WTF is ebey doing with these huge urls?...
>      Granted I haven't been watching, but the "Powered by IBM" banners
have
> been replaced by "Powered by Sun/Java (TM) Technology" about the same
> timeframe....

I've been horrified when trying to "browse" the categories for hidden
treasure today. I had to turn off mini-pic.s, clean out the web-cache and
defrag the HD to get a more acceptable response time. Bloatware really has
set in at e-Bay. :^(

--
Regards,
        Tim Clarke (a.k.a. WBST)

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Tim
8/5/2005 11:42:36 PM
Hi David,

>      Granted I haven't been watching, but the "Powered by IBM" banners
have
> been replaced by "Powered by Sun/Java (TM) Technology" about the same
> timeframe....

Powered by Lenovo?
Powered by Sun since 1997:

http://www.sun.com/emrkt/share/featured_customers/ebay.jsp


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UZnal
8/6/2005 11:12:10 AM
David L. Beem wrote:
> Hi Louis,
> 
>>WTF is ebey doing with these huge urls?...
> 
>      Granted I haven't been watching, but the "Powered by IBM" banners have
> been replaced by "Powered by Sun/Java (TM) Technology" about the same
> timeframe....

Be happy, in Ebay Germany uses Microflop IIS -> nothing really works and 
is slooow.

Saskia
-- 
Remove ".KEIN.ROASTBEEF" from my address to send mail
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Saskia
8/6/2005 12:47:52 PM
I've done some looking on ebay.de and seen what you mean - as slow as
ebay was back in the late 90's


On Sat, 06 Aug 2005 14:47:52 +0200, Saskia Bormann
<saskia.bormann.KEIN.ROASTBEEF@koeln.de> wrote:

>David L. Beem wrote:
>> Hi Louis,
>> 
>>>WTF is ebey doing with these huge urls?...
>> 
>>      Granted I haven't been watching, but the "Powered by IBM" banners have
>> been replaced by "Powered by Sun/Java (TM) Technology" about the same
>> timeframe....
>
>Be happy, in Ebay Germany uses Microflop IIS -> nothing really works and 
>is slooow.
>
>Saskia

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Russ
8/6/2005 3:48:19 PM
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Auction: VINTAGE IBM PS2 PS/2 MODEL 70 PC COMPUTER
>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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