Auc-tion: IBM MICROCHANNEL 1200-2400BPS MODEM FOR IBM PS2 SYSTEMS
End time: Dec-21-06 00:32:30 PST (4 days 11 hours)
Ships to: Worldwide
Item location: BERTONE MOTORS, CINCINNATI, OHIO, United States
"picture may not be actual item exactly; but is of and will be a PS2
microchannel modem; picture may not be exact card, I have several to sell
and they are not the same, specs are within that stated"
...IBM PS2 8530
I have Ibm ps2 8530 i8086 (8mhz i think?) and my problem is hard drive.
Hard drive is dead!
I do not know what to do, I can not find another to replace it.
What should I do, whether it can build up a larger and newer disk?
My old drive is:
"Nano" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> I have Ibm ps2 8530 i8086 (8mhz i think?) and my problem is hard drive.
> Hard drive is dead!
> I do not know what to do, I can not find another to replace it.
> What should I do
If you cannot afford to buy a new HD you must seek
a free used drive through local computer clubs.
(Supposing your PC runs at 8 MHz suggests you are
not currently a member of such a club.)
First, location, location, location....
Where are you? City/State or province...
On 11/11/2011 02:24 AM, Nano wrote:
> Hello everyone
> I have Ibm ps2 8530 i8086 (8mhz i think?) and my problem is hard drive.
> Hard drive is dead!
> I do not know what to do, I can not find another to replace it.
> What should I do, whether it can build up a larger and newer disk?
> My old drive is:
> WDI 325Q
> Please help!
Wow, those ebuy prices are... enthusiastic.
Chances are that some of us have spares, but...
where are you?...Was the IBM PC Open Hardware?
On Friday 22 April 2005 20:06 DFS wrote:
> And lest you forget, the PC software and hardware industry has
> thrived under Windows as no other industry ever has in history.
In another thread, DFS actually raises an interesting point imo.
My recollection of the IBM PC is a very expensive piece of kit, which
had two advantages.
1. It was IBM ("nobody ever got fired for buying IBM")
2. With the IBM name, the concept of the Personal Computer became a
serious, business-thing, no longer a toy or hobbyist or niche piece
However, I have another recollection.
Anyone know where I can buy crossbow bolts in the game?
I'm just hitting the 4th level of the Temple and am
dreadfully low on bolts and can't seem to find anyone
that sells more than a handful. TIA!
Bitstring <ybydnSdyvuqtKnCiRVnemail@example.com>, from the wonderful
person Dave <firstname.lastname@example.org> said
>Anyone know where I can buy crossbow bolts in the game?
>I'm just hitting the 4th level of the Temple and am
>dreadfully low on bolts and can't seem to find anyone
>that sells more than a handful. TIA!
None of the regular merchants, but ISTR th...Lots of PS2 hardware for sale
Model 9595-ALG with Pentium 60 CPU card
Lots of of MCA card
e.g. Etherlink III MCA
Look at http://picasaweb.google.nl/debink/PS2Hardware
Make a nice offer and it's yours
Located in the Netherlands near Amsterdam
Three can Spock, a 3c529-TP, a DDS-2 drive, a 3c527, an Auto TR 16/4, an
How many "other adapters"?
BTW, I'm across the pond. I am NOT jetting over to pick it up...
> For instance:
> Model 9595-ALG with Pentium 60 CPU card
> Model 77i
> Lots of of MCA card
> e.g. Etherlink III MCA
> Etherlink/MC 32
> various token
> Other adapters
> Look at http://picasaweb.google.nl/debink/PS2Hardware
> for pictures
> Make a nice offer and it's yours
> Located in the Netherlands near Amsterdam
...DLL errors: The hardware, the hardware, it's ALWAYS the hardware...
As John stated in the DLL Hell thread:
"Really? How many of those links are cases of "DLL Hell'? Thats where
a program replaces an existing Windows DLL with its version. All these
are a bunch of links where a DLL is missing or corrupted. Its a pretty
safe bet that 10.3 also will suffer from missing or corrupted files due
to disk problems. As evidenced by the frequent need to trash certain
programs preference files."
This is the age-old "cheap unreliable hardware" argument that John
always runs back to when cornered about Windows' shortcomings.
Isn't it interesting that whenever Mac advocates bring up Apple's
unique ability to integrate high-quality hardware and software, the
Winidiots always blast Apple for not selling cheap commodity hardware?
Yet whenever Windows has a problem, the Winidiots always seem to blame
it on "cheap hardware." Some Winidiot always loudly trumpets the fact
that "you can get PC system X down at Fry's for $499," but whenever
Windows fucks up, the excuse is "well, what do you expect from a bargain
You can't have it both ways, kids. Either cheap hardware is a
benefit, or it's a curse. It's been proven that Apple's high end
machines (Dual G5s) have a significant price/performance advantage over
dual Xeon systems, yet Wintel lovers like to whine about how expensive
Macs are. If you combine this with the fact that...MDL apps for bolt and other hardware shapes
If someone knows of MDL apps that will provide this in a Microstation
drawing please let me know.
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...IBM REF DISK FOR PS2 P70
Respectfully request someone please help me. I need a your MS-DOS or
OS2 machine to make me a REF Disk for the IBM PS2 P70 portable. I
have the file, and I have tried to make a disk with a windows 2000
machine. No working. Just learned I need the disk made on a MS-DOS
or OS2 machine. Thanks for your assistance and patience in this
On Mon, 21 Jul 2008 02:01:04 UTC, email@example.com wrote:
> Respectfully request someone please help me. I need a your MS-DOS or
> OS2 machine to make me a REF Disk for the IBM PS2 P70 portable. I
> have the file, and I have tried to make a disk with a windows 2000
> machine. No working. Just learned I need the disk made on a MS-DOS
> or OS2 machine. Thanks for your assistance and patience in this
Your disk is easily fixed.
The information contained in this post is copyright the
poster, and specifically may not be published in, or used by
> I have the file, and I have tried to make a disk with a windows 2000
> machine. No working.
That will work--I've made countless disks of that type on Windows 2000.
There are two things that definitely cause problems. The first is running
the self-extracting file from a location on the system that has a long file
or folder name in it. You can get around this two ways--either put the
self-extractor in a place where the path tha...FA: IBM ps2 Micro Channel Soundblaster
Up for auction on eBay is a micro channel soundblaster.
Follow this link.
end of line
> Up for auction on eBay is a micro channel soundblaster...
High bidder is "ps2cheese", so why try bidding?
> > Up for auction on eBay is a micro channel soundblaster...
> High bidder is "ps2cheese", so why try bidding?
I would have to agree. "ps2cheese" bids so high and snipes
so often, I wish I had a bunch of money just to piss him
once for the many times he has sniped me.
"David Ress" <daress@NOSPAM.donet.com> wrote in message
> > "gametrader",
> > > Up for auction on eBay is a micro channel soundblaster...
> > High bidder is "ps2cheese", so why try bidding?
> I would have to agree. "ps2cheese" bids so high and snipes
> so often, I wish I had a bunch of money just to piss him
> once for the many times he has sniped me.
Tell me more, I see he's not on "the Stone" and obviously doesn't respect
it, despite picking up info. from here ("not cricket, y'know... Very bad
f...ps2 reference diskette-IBM ftp site down !
Somebody knows where the ftp://ftp.pc.ibm.com/pub/pccbbs/ has gone ?
Do you know if does exist a mirroring ?
I need PS2 reference disks ...
Found them at ftp://ftp.software.ibm.com/pc/pccbbs/refdisks/
e-mail: supervinxATlibero.it - webmasterATsupervinx.com -
Please, substitute '@' for AT !
Concerts page: http://www.supervinx.com/Concerts.html
Main page: www.supervinx.com
...Ebay-IBM 9595 PS2 soundcard..lol
My news server is dead so sorry if someone already listed this card.
...[OT] IBM exiting the PC hardware business
Interesting article and sign of the times as PC's move to commodity status.
Phil McGuinness - Sherlock Software
But who is only just coming to understand this? The NY Times reporter or
IBM? The rest of us have known this for a decade now. We got out of
hardware supply precisely because there is no margin to be had. Dell and
others now offer a 3Ghz P4 PC with 17" LCD monitor for US 680 delivered
and with XP Pro. Work that ou...kenel sets sys clock from hardware clock??
Can anybody confirm that the kernel, itself, updates the system clock
from the hardware clock when loading? (Fedora Core 4, kernel 2.6.11)
Even if I eliminate the entire boot process (no init process, no
rc.sysinit, no init scripts, nothing beyond the kernel and shell),
when I check the system clock ("date" command) it reflects the
hardware clock value shown in bios/setup. (I bypass the boot process
by passing "init=/bin/bash" to the kernel via the bootloader.)
rc.sysinit script is usually viewed as holding the role of applying
hardware time to the system clock but its effort seems redundant
since the kernel takes care of it anyway. Everybody talks about
rc.sysinit setting the clock, but never a mention of the kernel's
Am I interpreting my observation right? Any critiques or insights
On Thu, 18 May 2006 22:53:12 -0700, david
> Can anybody confirm that the kernel, itself, updates the system clock
> from the hardware clock when loading? (Fedora Core 4, kernel 2.6.11)
> Even if I eliminate the entire boot process (no init process, no
> rc.sysinit, no init scripts, nothing beyond the kernel and shell),
> when I check the system clock ("date" command) it reflects the
> hardware clock value shown in bios/setup. (I bypass the boot process
> by passing "init=/bin/bash" to the kernel via the bootloader.)
> rc.sysinit script is usually v...How to get ECS to Report Hardware Problems to IBM?
Ok I have my clients modem configured to send ECS (at least I was able
to perform SNDSRVRQS *TEST and IBM contacted us to say they received
the request) . Is this all I need to have accomplished for the AS/400
to send Hardware failure requests to IBM? The box is a 9406-270
running V5R1M0. Do I need to setup Electronic Service Agent? If I do,
then I have another problem. When I get to the AS/400 Service Director
Activation screen it asks for a password (which I do not have). In the
documentation it says to call IBM for the password. Ok, so I call IBM
to get the password and they state that my client only has a Hardware
Service Agreement and not a Software Service Agreement. I'm 99.9% sure
my client will not want to by into a Software Agreement. Is their some
other way for me to ascertain a password for AS/400 Service Director?
Although, if the above configuration of ECS where I was able to send
the test request is enough then I don't need anymore info. Please let
me know if I have done enough or still need to do more.
that 1 guy
Ok I solved this myself. Yes for ET (the AS/400) to phone home
automatically the Service Agent must be setup. Above I mentioned that
I needed an activation password and when I called IBM yesterday I made
the mistake of contacting Software Support. Upon re-reading the
install doc where it said to call IBM for the password, they
specifically state that you need to call Hardware Support. I did and
got a one day passcode for th...Hardware error message on IBM Thinkpad 600X
On bootup I get hardware error message 08611 on my IBM Thinkpad 600X
(26459 FU). Does anyone know to what hardware this message refers or
where I might find out?
IBM has error codes listed on their website..
...Hardware lever clustering for RAC/IBM Servers
Our team is attempting to install Oracle 9i Real Application
CLusters on IBM Boxes with The storage is IBM EXP 300 using SCSI
Channel to connect to servers Servers are IBM X255.
The operating System is Windows 2000 Advanced Server with Service Pack
We are unable to configure the common storage to appear to both nodes
(Active-Active mode) before the RAC installation (as specified in the
metalink document). This I belive is a pre-requisite for RAC.
Would it be possible for anybody to provide us with a brief guideline
on the OS/Hardware Front, on how to make the RAID config appear on
both the boxes at the same time. At present we have to use the
ipshahto.exe to takeover the resources.
It is only after this that RAc can be installed.
Any inputs would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks & Regards,
H.S.Anand (Oracle DBA)
Accel ICIM S & S Ltd., New Delhi
I am not familer with IBM products, but you have to use Cluster product like
Veritas Cluster. so that you can able to present both nodes as active-active.
firstname.lastname@example.org (Anand) wrote in message news:<email@example.com>...
> Dear All,
> Our team is attempting to install Oracle 9i Real Application
> CLusters on IBM Boxes with The storage is IBM EXP 300 using SCSI
> Channel to connect to servers Servers are IBM X255.
> The operating System is Windows 2000 Advanced Server with Service Pack
> We are u...Newer IBM MOUSE.SYS has problems with serial mice
While installing eCS 1.2 just yesterday (21 Feb), I found an odd
problem with my serial mouse. Basically, everything worked fine
except the buttons. These were ignored when using the Desktop or
a subsidiary window. Opening a full screen VDOS, Win-3.1 or OS/2
window cured the bug.
Mensys in *.nl agreed this was weird but said they'd heard of it
before: IBM made a cods-up of the newer MOUSE.SYS and broke the
support for serial mice; it seems too many people have gone over
to PS/2 mice and their testing has gone lame. (IBM keep control
of the source code, one learns, so only an idiot could blame this
on the eCS folks.) The best fix Mensys can offer, lacking a rush
of code-fixing keenness by IBM, is to see something gets done for
the next installer refresh, to install the appropriate version of
The fix in my case was to copy the MOUSE.SYS from
then reboot. All is happy now.
I must say eCS, at version 1.2, is starting to leave Warp 4.52 in
the dust with its general improvements. (Many are non-obvious.)
And the new installer continues to be a great help.
Andrew Stephenson schrieb:
> While installing eCS 1.2 just yesterday (21 Feb), I found an odd
> problem with my serial mouse. Basically, everything worked fine
> except the buttons. These were ignored when using the Desktop or
> a subsidiary window. Opening a full screen VDOS, Win-3.1 or OS/2
> window cured the bug.
> ...SYS 3175 in new IBM WEB BROWSER in Messenger ..
First trap in released new IBM WEB BROWSER in messenger. Messenger
reports need to renew message base in the MOZ server for the
Preferences. Asks for permission to download 500 headers max. Tell it
06-29-2003 14:39:32 SYS3175 PID 055e TID 0001 Slot 0093
P1=00000001 P2=00000000 P3=XXXXXXXX P4=XXXXXXXX
EAX=00000000 EBX=00000000 ECX=0013f8fc EDX=11781a18
DS=0053 DSACC=f0f3 DSLIM=ffffffff
ES=0053 ESACC=f0f3 ESLIM=ffffffff
FS=150b FSACC=00f3 FSLIM=00000030
GS=0000 GSACC=**** GSLIM=********
CS:EIP=005b:15a4a79b CSACC=f0df CSLIM=ffffffff
SS:ESP=0053:0013f8dc SSACC=f0f3 SSLIM=ffffffff
I have PDUMP short file if wanted ..
--> Sleep well; OS2's still awake! ;)
...RE: Hardware Comparison between SUN E6900 and IBM P570
I have experience with the p570. it is extremely scalable and powerful
machine. it is definitely not a tricycle. I have this machine installed on
few different customer site (mostly are using LPAR) that seems to be
satisfied with its performance. AIX as an operating system is my favorite.
It is very robust and can be relayed on for mission critical systems. With
new version of 5.2 and 5.3 you hardly need to reboot. Even
increasing/reducing filesystem size, adding removing swap are all done
online. most kernel/network/nfs/vmm parameters are tuned dynamically (for
most of them). AIX 5.3 give the advantage over 5.2 of micro partitioning and
SMT (simultaneous multi-thread) something similar to HT in Intel where you
have 2 logical CPUs per physical processor. The performance improvement is
measured around 30%.
Senior Systems Analyst
IBM Certified Advanced Technical Expert (CATE)
plexus (Division of BancTec)
From: bozon [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Thursday, March 30, 2006 2:13 PM
Subject: Re: Hardware Comparison between SUN E6900 and IBM P570
> > How much "database" does each seem to support?
I was thinking it broad terms. For example at my last company we used a
64 way sun box E10000 at the time, to support a badly written
application supporting 3000 users. The database was ...Give away: IBM PS2 95 Servers,Australia
I have some IBM PS2 Servers to give away,to go to a good home where they will be looked after and or used.
They each have about 64mb of Ram and are 32mhz as I recall,may be wrong,they all have TokenRing adapters and SCSI drives ranging from 1.5gig to 4 gig.
There is 4 of them three are in good condition all over,last time I knew they were running,but have been in storage for over 7 years and not been powered up.
I bought them to run Linux on but there was never nay support for it,could never get it to boot,but they did run windows up to XP although a bit slow and OS/2 from IBM.
Can possibly ship anywhere one chooses,but one will have to pay the shipping cost.They are very heavy.Think they are over 25kgs each.
Would preffer they went as whole units but if one needs parts i am open to suggestions,Just need them gone and out of the way and dont want to chuck them to the tip as they seem to good for this and collectible.
Could you be any more specific as to where in the country you
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...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.
...IBM PS2 P70 problems with scsi and etherlink mca card...
Hello to the group and thanks in advance to all the fans.=20
I recently decided to make some projects with p70 starting from documentati=
on found in the network and for which I thank the respective owners.=20
The idea is to install win95 and "sail" with a ibm 8573-061 of 90.=20
Starting from a basic configuration working (386DX 20MHz, 8Mb RAM, 60Mb har=
d disk, floppy disk adapter, Win3.1 and dos6.2), I'm trying to install a sc=
si card mcs-700 (connected to a hd 1gb ibm dpes31080) and a network card 3c=
I can not try the 2 cards mca as recently purchased on the net.=20
To install the scsi card, I disconnected the old hd 60mb, the old data cabl=
e, insert the card scsi mcs-700 in the riser card (16 or 32 bit) connect po=
wer and data cable 50pin to 'hd ibm (set id of 0 or 1, correct?). Restart t=
he computer with the reference disk (with several *. Adf) the screen remain=
s black, the only light comes on the power supply. The hd turn, would seem =
to look for something for a couple of seconds, but then stops. Then nothing=
ram test, do not boot from the floppy or normal startup dos. No bios-error=
Not being certain that the hd or the scsi card are working, I decided to te=
st the network card. When I insert the network card 3c529-tp in the riser c=
ard (16 or 32 bit) and reboot the pc with the reference disk (with several =
*. Adf) I get the same results as installing the scsi card
With both cards get the s...Hardware requirement for hardware in the loop
I want to setup a laboratory for general hardware in the loop
I developed xpc target and real time workshop.
I want to order some hardware and electronic boards for interfacing.
what is the most general interfaces cards and I/O.(A/D,D/A, CAN
which type and which marks is better to buy?????
which cards you used in your company or Institue???
Is there any general rack for hardware in the loop?
On Feb 25, 9:39 pm, omidamir2...@gmail.com wrote:
> I want to setup a laboratory for general hardware in the loop
> I developed xpc targ...Perkin-Elmer SYS 2000 PS2 SingleT4 4MEG transputer
Once again, this illustrates that microchannel could and did support
"Louis Ohland" <email@example.com> schreef in bericht
> Once again, this illustrates that microchannel could and did support
> non-intel CPUs.
Just out of curiosity:
why did you give the page about a
the name EP_.......?
Parallel-processing going so fast, things are getting backwards? ;-))
I thought it was Elmer-Perkin when I started the page.
> Hi Louis,
> "Louis Ohland" <firstname.lastname@example.org> schreef in bericht
>> Once again, this illustrates that microchannel could and did support
>> non-intel CPUs.
> Just out of curiosity:
> why did you give the page about a
> Perkin-Elmer card
> the name EP_.......?
> Parallel-processing going so fast, things are getting backwards? ;-))
Hey that is ALWAYS possible with parallel IO and transputers :-)