IBM memory key
I have an IBM 128MB 2.0 Memory Key (option: 22P8998, FRU: 22P8999) and
it does not show up as a drive when I plug it into the USB port on my
iBook G4. I looked on the IBM web site, then called them and they said
that they don't provide driver support for OS X.
If I look in the System Profiler, the memory key does show up under
Hardware/USB, and even ID's it as an IBM USB Memory Key.
Every other memory key that I've used in my iBook works fine except
this IBM key. I imagine that there is a generic driver for all USB
memory keys built in (or included with) OS X.
Why does my device not work and/or how can I get it to work?
>Why does my device not work and/or how can I get it to work?
USB has a mass storage profile that should not require vendor
says he it wouldn't mount but after checking other memory cards the
memory key would mount after 30 seconds.
On Tue, 8 Mar 2005 21:33:36 UTC, email@example.com wrote:
-> I have an IBM 128MB 2.0 Memory Key (option: 22P8998, FRU: 22P8999) and
-> it does not show up as a drive when I plug it into the USB port on my
-> iBook G4. I looked on the IBM web site, then called them and they said
-> that they don't provide driver support for OS X.
IBM is just showing its ignorance of anything that isn't windoze. If
its Mass St...Options by IBM: IBM ECC-on-SIMM Memory Upgrades
Announcement Number: 195-075
Hardware Requirements: The 4BM 70ns ECC-on-SIMM Memory Upgrade (#1500,
75G6500) is supported on the following IBM platforms:
Description Type Model
PS/2 8525 K00, K01, L02
8535 040, 043, 050, 055, 14X, 24X
8540 040, 043, 045 8556 043, 045, 055, 059, 14X, 15X, 24X, 25X Machine
Description Type Model
8557 045, 049, 055, 059, 05F, 259
8590(1) 0J5, 0J9, 0JD, 0JF, 0K9, 0KD, 0KF, 0GF, 0G5, 0G9, 0HF, 0H5, 0H9,
8595(1) 0J9, 0JD, 0JF, 0KD, 0KF, 0G5, 0G9, 0GF, 0H5, 0H9, 0HF, 0L9, 0LF,
0X6, 0XA, 0XF, 0XG
9553 0B7, 0BB, 1BX, 2BX 9556 DBA, DB6, DEB, DED, DE9, KBA, KB6, QBA,
QB6, 0BA, 0B6, 1EX, 2EX
9557 DBA, DBG, DB6, DEB, DED, DEG, DE9, KBA, KBG, KB6, QBA, QB6, 0BA,
0B6, 1BA, 2BA, 6EB, 6EG, 7EB, 7EG
9576 DUA,DU6, KUA, KU6, QUA, QU6, 0UA, 0U6
9577 DNA, DNG, DUA, DUG, KNA, KNG, KUA, KUG QBA, QB6, QNA, QUA, 0NA,
0NF, 0UA, 0UF, 1NA, 1UA,
9585(1) 0X6, 0XA, 0XF, 0XG, 0KG, 0KT, 0NG, 0NT
9590(1) DLA, 0LA, QLA, KLA, 0LF, DLG, KLG
9595(1) 0LF, 0LG
PC Server 8640(1) 0N0, 0NJ, 0P0, 0PT, 0Y0, 0YT, 1Y0, 1YT
(1) These systems must be upgraded with sets of two 75G6500
* Parity memory cannot coexist with the 4MB 70ns ECC-on-SIMM Memory
Upgrade in the same system.
* 8590, 8595, 9590, and 9595 models with native ECC (models xMx,
* 1Nx, xPx, xQx, xTx, xVx) are not supported.
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...Ibm 365XD Laptop Memory
I have an IBM 365XD laptop that has given good service, while going
round the world at least 3 times. Now it has developed a problem in
the ram. The self test mechanism on startup, shows a fault in the
memory, and sometimes not, when it will then load the OS Okay. It may
only be the memory chip needing pulling out and replacing, with all
the damp and vibration this kit has experienced. However, I can't
locate the memory chips. It states there is 40MB of ram on board, but
I can't find it even to replace it. IBM are totally unhelpful with
respect to info, even though they no longer support this model.(A good
reson to think twice about going in that direction again). Can anyone
help? Even if I replace the laptop, I still need to access and
transfer my data first.
> I have an IBM 365XD laptop that has given good service, while going
> round the world at least 3 times. Now it has developed a problem in
> the ram. The self test mechanism on startup, shows a fault in the
> memory, and sometimes not, when it will then load the OS Okay. It may
> only be the memory chip needing pulling out and replacing, with all
> the damp and vibration this kit has experienced. However, I can't
> locate the memory chips. It states there is 40MB of ram on board, but
> I can't find it even to replace it. IBM are totally unhelpful with
> respect to info, even though they no longer support this model.(A good
> reson...Adding memory to IBM A20M Laptop
I have an IBM A20M laptop that is theoretically capable of using
512MB. I have he correct 256MB chips, but when I put them both in the
computer it won't boot, presumably because there is a conflict with
the 64MB onboard memory. The laptop boots fine when I put in only one
256MB memory card, (system resources are reported at 320 MB) Is there
a way to disable the onboard 64MB so I can put the other 256MB chip
Have you tried looking in your bios setup?
"Chuck Daniels" <email@example.com> wrote in message
news:64906530.0408160218.3e52bca6@post...IBM T42p laptop memory
Hi, I have a IBM T42p and am looking for a 512MB stick. All I can find in
my manual is that I need an SO-DIMM, but I'm not sure what speed/pins I
need. I looked on crucial.com and all I can find is that they have memory
for a T42 (type 2378) whereas I have a T42p (type 2374). The online
support said that the former would work.
But does anybody who has a T42p know what memory I need and where I can
get it from?
Thanks for any pointers,
"Rajarshi Guha" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> Hi, I have a IBM T42p and am looking for a 512MB stick. All I can find in
> my manual is that I need an SO-DIMM, but I'm not sure what speed/pins I
> need. I looked on crucial.com and all I can find is that they have memory
> for a T42 (type 2378) whereas I have a T42p (type 2374). The online
> support said that the former would work.
> But does anybody who has a T42p know what memory I need and where I can
> get it from?
> Thanks for any pointers,
I'm not an MVP a VIP nor do I have ESP.
I was just trying to help.
Please use your own best judgment before implementing any suggestions or
No warranty is expressed or implied.
Your mileage may var...Auc-tion: VINTAGE IBM MACHINE SECURITY KEY-WITH IBM LOGO-NR-#2
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Item location: Mass., United States
BID and BIN
$8,95 for a key?!
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Doesn't look to be for the PS/2 line, at least not any machine I'm
familiar with. I have keys for Models 50, 55, 56, 57 and 65 at the
very least. I also have the keys for one of my NCR 3350 machines.
The 57/77 key would be the closest to what's up for sale:
<email@example.com> schreef in bericht
> Doesn't look to be for the PS/2 line, at least not any machine I'm
Looks like the keys in the sidepanel of old mainframe terminals (on/off
> familiar with. I have keys for Models 50, 55, 56, 57 and 65 at the
> very least. I also have the keys for one of my NCR 3350 machines.
But I bet you didn't pay $8,95 for all those keys combined :-)
> The 57/77 key would be the closest to what's up for sale:
...Auction: 640K RAM CARD Memory expansion for IBM PC , IBM PC/XT
Ends Feb-16-06 15:46:57 PST
...How do you install a memory stick in an IBM Thinkpad R40 Laptop?
How do you install a memory stick in an IBM Thinkpad R40 Laptop?
How do you open up the case, assuming this must be done, where does
the stick go, is there anything special about how it is installed as
compared to a desktop or tower machine, any special things to be aware
of or precautions to take?
Whereas On 3 Oct 2003 07:27:46 -0700, firstname.lastname@example.org (David)
, I thus relpy:
>How do you install a memory stick in an IBM Thinkpad R40 Laptop?
>How do you open up the case, assuming this must be done, where does
>the stick go, is there anything special about how it is installed as
>compared to a desktop or tower machine, any special things to be aware
>of or precautions to take?
If it is made to be installed in your specific model of computer,
there should be instructions.
Gary J. Tait . Email is at yahoo.com ; ID:classicsat
"David" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> How do you install a memory stick in an IBM Thinkpad R40 Laptop?
> How do you open up the case, assuming this must be done, where does
> the stick go, is there anything special about how it is installed as
> compared to a desktop or tower machine, any special things to be aware
> of or precautions to take?
A visit to IBM may turn up a movie to watch showing you exactly how to do
Here's the movie!
http://www-307.ibm.com/pc/support/site.wss/document.do?lndocid=M...WTT: 32MB SIMMs
I have (6) sticks of SiliconMountain Memory (Parity, Gold leads, 70ns),
product # SMM4342-9661. These SIMMs are supposed to be equivalent to
This memory works fine in my PC 750 MCA/PCI (6886) under Win98. But it
does NOT work reliability under Windows NT 3.51 (My current OS).
I would like to trade 192MB of SiliconMountain Memory for (2) sticks of
IBM 92G7205 SIMMs.
Please contact me via email at gorenbergh @ mags . net.
I have an IBM R32 laptop and I think it may have experienced a power
surge. Anyway when I put the battery in all it does is continously
click (no lights no nothing just a click. When I pull the battery out
and try and use the power adapter I get nothing. My question is
1) Any ideas what that click/spinning could be?
2) If I did experience a powersurge what part(s) would I most likely
need to replace?
3) If I replace the system board would the fix the problem and are
there any tests that I would be able to run to see what the problem
might be? Electrical tests or any other tests.
Thanks in advance for any assistance.
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...Out of memory with IBM's JDK Process implementation (possible DoS)
The problem I'm describing is concerned with forking child process from
the JVM and out-of-memory due to communication with it.
The problem is concerned with IBM's JVM Process class implementation.
tests performed it seems the Process class consumes the data written on
the child's stdout even we don't do it explicitly, i.e.
Process.getInputStream().read(). In this case the data is buffered in
vector with byte array reference elements. It also seems that there's
limit for the number of elements in the vector, because the child
till JVM ...Win2k Ghost/Clone Laptop HD
I have a thinkpad T23 w/ a 20gig HD. I have hooked up a new 80gig
Hitachi HD via USB to the thinkpad. I have used Symantec/Norton Ghost
2003 to CLONE the 20gig HD to the 80gig HD. When the clone process is
completed, I can browse the USB 80 gig and see all my files are there!
When I replace the 20gig with the 80gig the system fails to boot (no
error message - just hangs w/ a flashing cursor - somewhere after the
The 80gig HD is compatible w/ the T23 (latest bios revision). I have
even installed a clean win2k from my original T23 cd's on the HD and
it boots w/o any problem! But I don't want to strart from scratch! I
really want to clone my old HD to the new one!
I have tried running Partition Magic 8.0 on the ghosted 80gig and it
does fix the partition size -- but still same boot problem.
I have tried using the Win2k recovery console to fixboot and fixmbr
(not sure if that is correct file names) --- but while they always say
"fixed ok" the system still fails to boot!
The only altrernative I have not yet tried is installing win2k over
the ghost image.....
I wanted to try using Drive Image 2002 as an alternative, but
Powerquest's Drive Image 2002 doesn't
support HD's hooked up via usb! I guess I could use something like
"DUSE.EXE" from bootdisk.com (dos usb drivers...) but how would I then
execute the diskcopy???
I am at the end of the line :-(
I looked at the boot ini after cloningw/ Ghost 2002:
Here is what ...IBM
could u info if IBM viavoice speech recognition is still available for
If not what are my options (Indian with regional lingo also good) for
free download of
the afore via-voice software varios
> could u info if IBM viavoice speech recognition is still available for
> free download.
Never (to my knowledge) was it legally available for free download.
It's currently distributed by Nuance.
It frightens me that IBM is pushing for more Linux. They have gone to
the point of releasing some of their software patents to help spark the
growth of Linux. I for one shudder at the fact that some day companies
like IBM may make a power play for the control of Linux software
development. It will not be in ownership rights, because of the GPL.
However, if the corporations of the world start "needing" open source,
they will try to control and steer its development by offering large
"donations" to get what they are depending on. If open source
developers accept these "gifts," they will become dependent on the
If this hypothetical thought turns out to be true, would this spoil the
free software notion of open source and make Linux as proprietary as
any other commercial OS? In my hypothetical future of Linux and IBM,
would we have IBM sponsered distributions of Linux, for instance?
Would IBM be next to try to rule the world with their "IBM Linux" just
as MS is trying to rule the desktop with Windows? Think about it. IBM
has a lot of money to throw around. They could make "IBM Linux" way
more popular than Red Hat with that kind of money. Maybe even make it
as popular as Windows?? They'll hold the dough while Linux developers
try to get in on a piece of the action.
** DISCALIMER **
This post is neither an attack on Linux, an attack on Windows, a
Windows endorsement, nor a Linux endorsement. This po...IBM
...Auction or looting and pillaging? IBM 10G4769 8595/9595 HD MOUNTING TRAY
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On Mar 6, 10:46=A0am, ibm.su...@ibm.com wrote:
And this surprises you how?
Look, there are a couple of things at play here...
First, in S&D, there have been a lot of acquisitions and when you
assume a company, you assume their sales force. So you have some
You also have a constant churn in the field reps as you remove weaker
workers. Of course the inept management stays put. ;-) I can say more
about S&D, but do you really want a lecture on the economies of
running an IT Software company? ;-) The point is while I know a lot of
people in the S&D ranks who got whacked, I'm not shocked by it. The
other cuts? Now that's a different story...
With respect to the other RIFs, you have a serious issue where IBM is
displacing the work from higher labor cost countries to lower cost
How can you say that there isn't 'job shifting' when you get a person
who does job X in the US and is replaced by someone doing job X in
another country like India and Brazil? A few years ago, IBM moved a
lot of their back office work to Brazil. Very painful in terms of
getting things done. Not really noticed by the customer and the S&D
team just lumped it and worked around the issues. IBM? They saved
money, increasing their profitability at the expense of their ability
to...Laptop power on Delta Flight
Hi, i will be travelling internationally and just wanted to find out
which adapter would be compatible with the airline power system. I will
be taking a Delta flight Boeing 777-200. As per seatguru.com all seats
do have inseat power but can't seem to find out for certain which
adapter would be compatible. Delta uses the Empower system. I am
looking at a couple of targus adapters however am not sure if I should
get the 75W or the 90W. Is there a difference on the plane? Would the
90W adapter work if the Delta power system is only 75W? thx
<email@example.com> wrote in message
> Hi, i will be travelling internationally and just wanted to find out
> which adapter would be compatible with the airline power system. I will
> be taking a Delta flight Boeing 777-200. As per seatguru.com all seats
> do have inseat power but can't seem to find out for certain which
> adapter would be compatible. Delta uses the Empower system. I am
> looking at a couple of targus adapters however am not sure if I should
> get the 75W or the 90W. Is there a difference on the plane? Would the
> 90W adapter work if the Delta power system is only 75W? thx
If the adapter fits then it wouldn't matter. Watts is the result of the
voltage available and the current that your laptop draws.
The power rating is a max, not necessarily what it will draw. You will
only draw the power that you need. So ge...Auction: IBM PS/Note N45sl vintage 386 or 486 dos or os/2 laptop
End time: Apr-15-07 18:58:22 PDT (4 days 5 hours)
Ships to: N. and S. America, Europe, Asia, Australia
Item location: Binghamton, NY, United States
For sale is this IBM PS/Note N45sl vintage laptop. Type/model 2614-065,
........ It is supposedly a 25MHZ machine, but I don't know if it is a 386 or
a 486. This machine has 6megs of ram. The hard drive won't initialize
(needs replacement) and I tried to boot from the floppy drive without
success (maybe a bad drive too).
Local pickup is also available when applicable.
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...(Repaired) Toshiba Laptop Satellite L670 performing poorly (No HD Speed Information ?!? Weird IBM stuff)
A few days ago I was at my mother's place. I noticed her laptop was
It was a Toshiba Satellite L670.
It used to be fast, I was also under the impression that it was a kinda fast
and expensive laptop.
One day the harddisk apperently died or crashed, not 100%.
My mother brought it to a repair shop.
What they did to the machine is unknown.
I installed World of Warships on it... It took forever it felt like... many
While it was installing this game I observed/monitored the system.
I believe the slowness might be caused by other...i get this on my ibm 600x HIMEM.SYS has deteted unreliable XMS memory at address 005c004 XMS driver not installed.
i get this on my ibm 600x HIMEM.SYS has deteted unreliable XMS memory
at address 005c004 XMS driver not installed. so i did this For Windows
98: as soon as you turn on the computer, press and hold the CTRL key
until the Windows 98 Startup Menu is displayed.
Select Safe Mode - Command Prompt Only either by highlighting that
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prompt, type EDIT AUTOEXEC.BAT [Enter]
You should now have a blue screen which you can edit text in. At the
very top of the window, add the following line SET DOS16M=2 Press Alt+F
to open the File menu. Choose Exit and press the Enter key. When
prompted to save changes, use your arrow keys to highlight "Yes" and
press Enter. You will now be back at the C:\> prompt. Type EDIT
CONFIG.SYS [Enter] In the text editor, find a line which refers to a
file called HIMEM.SYS and add /M:1 to the very end of that line. Be
sure there is a space following the end of the existing line and the
/M:1 If you do not have a HIMEM.SYS line, add the following line:
DEVICE=C:\Windows\HIMEM.SYS /M:1 Press Alt+F to open the File menu.
Choose Exit and press Enter. When prompted to save changes, answer Yes
and press Enter.
Reboot the computer. It should now boot normally. Note1 You may need to
alter the path if your version of Windows 95 or Windows 98 is not
located in the Windows directory.
and i get this while initializing device VC...IBM DB2 Connect Enterprise Edition v8.2, other IBM DB2 (32 bit, 64 bit) (MULTiOS, Windows, Linux, Solaris), IBM iSoft Commerce Suite Server Enterprise v3.2.01, IBM Tivoli Storage Resource Manager Expr
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