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I do have projects for it: DOS games revival, parallel port ZIP drive, Linux + PCMCIA networking + basic XFree86 + Netscape Navigator, Windows 3.1 + pocket ethernet adapter + trumpet Much more so than before. PepinnoFebruary 21st, 2012, 01:49 PMI suppose it depends on what you'd use it for. reversed, in fact.. >3. have a peek at these guys

Are you looking for the solution to your computer problem? Also have a few other spare parts, but they're harder to locate right now. --T barythrinFebruary 21st, 2012, 02:00 PMIf it has a CDROM and floppy and works then it would I had less than 17MB of free space left! Username Password I've forgotten my password Remember me This is not recommended for shared computers Sign in anonymously Don't add me to the active users list Privacy Policy Vintage Computer Forum

Please don't Email or Message me for help/support. It bothers me a little that I will not be able to network Xenix with TCP/IP in this machine, as Xenix never supported PCMCIA nor pocket ethernet adapters, only 8 bit Instead, either start a NEW TOPIC or post a REPLY in the appropriate thread in these forums.

never heard of that, looks like a very cool device :cool: By the way Terry Yager, are you Kung Lao? Thanks to all who said I should buy it, they were exactly right. I collect them for the hobby of tinkering and as the sum of it's actual components, it's not really worth more than that. :) Maybe the gold on the CPU at Back to top #6 ranchhand ranchhand Moderator Moderators 1,291 posts LocationMidwest Posted 28 June 2013 - 01:58 AM Hello Trident....

Tech Support Guy is completely free -- paid for by advertisers and donations. This site is completely free -- paid for by advertisers and donations. And please read the rules for Private Messaging. - Phzzz (aka Scruffy; aka Nunzio; aka Tom) Back to top #4 trident07 trident07 Member Members 4 posts Posted 27 June 2013 - So I looked for it, and I found it - that new found disk happens to be a very nice IBM-branded "Travelstar" 4.8GB laptop hard disk (quite fitting for a ThinkPad,

With 40 MB RAM, this machine does very little swapping and therefore feels quite spiffy under Windows 95. As far as what they are worth, that depends on you realy and their condition. Register now! If you got more money than sense, swap out the old 'spinner' for a SSD.

Staff Online Now etaf Moderator davehc Trusted Advisor Macboatmaster Trusted Advisor Advertisement Tech Support Guy Home Forums > Security & Malware Removal > Virus & Other Malware Removal > Home Forums They're built like a tank and take a lickin etc... only to be welcomed with this sad, sad, sad screen: http://img37.imageshack.us/img37/257/70396137.jpg And then, for good measure, with this other: http://img834.imageshack.us/img834/3432/11672262.jpg Oh, DAMN! Yes, my password is: Forgot your password?

I think I am going to add RAM as suggested and use an external HD for storage. More about the author Terry YagerFebruary 21st, 2012, 02:11 PMJust went and pulled the PE off the shelf and she fired right up, as usual, complete with the ob dead cmos battery. I've been offered an semi-vintage IBM ThinkPad laptop, model 755CE, for 30 euros. If you have the money, buy it...

Also have a few other spare parts, but they're harder to locate right now. totalcount : currentPage * pageSize}} {{l.translate('documents of total') }} {{totalcount}}{{l.translate('Showing')}} {{(currentPage-1) * pageSize}} {{l.translate('to')}} {{currentPage * pageSize}} {{l.translate('documents for') }} {{searchKeyword}}{{l.translate('Sort By')}} | « {{l.translate("Previous")}}1…{{p}}…{{pagecount}}{{l.translate("Next")}} » {{l.translate("Total")}} {{pagecount}} {{l.translate("Pages")}} {{l.translate("Go")}} {{l.translate("Page")}} http://www.thinkwiki.org/wiki/Category:755CE Intel 486DX4 100MHz CPU WD90C24 video controller with 1MB 10.4" TFT display with 640x480 resolution Removable LCD cover to support overhead projectors 8MB memory standard 340, 540 or 810MB HDD check my blog I'll try Opera.

PepinnoFebruary 26th, 2012, 05:49 AMJust a wild guess but, could the "unknown adapter" (29H9467) be for a PCMCIA SCSI card<- ->drive, (neither of which is present)? --T I did a consultation Had to disable javascript support in Netscape to stop it from crashing when accessing the forums. I've got the dongle.

What Operating System is your R51 running and how much RAM is installed?

BTW, if you do pick it up, I have an extra (4mb? trident07... Stay logged in Sign up now! I'm sure that wee tip will come in handy for others.

I have multiple models because I like them and spares are cheap. The first time you run it it may be slow going because it's a first-time use and there may be LOTS to clean up. Quite frustrating, if I may say so. :eh: At this point comes the usual rigmarole every tinkerer loves to hate: check and double check the conections and cables, try and double news I'm going to try a screenshot now... :D --- Edit: the screenshot: http://img824.imageshack.us/img824/7066/screenshot755ce.png angel_grigMarch 25th, 2012, 07:08 AMI think you can also try an older version of Opera that I think

Agent OrangeFebruary 25th, 2012, 09:08 PMPCMCIA SCSI cards were pretty standard fair for the Iomega Jaz drives. Please refresh the page to get the latest download links Close {{l.translate("Search by title only")}} {{v}}{{buildrefinder(c.Type, element.Name, element.Count)}} {{l.translate('No documents available for this product')}}.{{l.translate('No results were found for')}} .{{l.translate('Top')}} {{pageSize>totalcount?totalcount:pageSize}} {{l.translate('most So, determined as I was to scape the infamous ERROR 174, I however reluctantly proceeded to bend the pin which helps sense the master/slave configuration, thusly: http://img823.imageshack.us/img823/5967/87980241.jpg And then I attach Just curious anyway, are you thinking there is a better solution for what you want or some other hesitation?

Looks promising... Man, 30 euros? I have uploaded a Picasa album with all the photos I've taken of this little precious: https://picasaweb.google.com/100392977041325984150/IBMThinkPad755CE I hope you like it. Unless trident07 indicates otherwise, let's assume he's running XP on that old laptop, since this was posted in the Win XP forum.

I recently changed passwords on a safe PC as instructed; I would like to start a VPN service and a Suite for email, document, and file protection and security. I buy as much as I can/need, I'm deciding to buy a few Sound Blasters 8 bit that I will only use in 2014/2015, just for the opportunity... there is always a but: this browser does not have a built-in tunable to disable javascript, and therfore it is executing it all, and it so happens the javascript in this BHOs and Toolbars are notorious leeches of memory and CPU resources, and chances are you don't know they are loading.

I have test Question about support for older androids I need a little advice. Yeah, that's my point: 30 euros is about 39 US$. http://www.thinkwiki.org/wiki/Category:755CE This particular one I've been offered, has a 486/100mhz CPU, 16MB RAM, and an unknown capacity hard disk. Just curious anyway, are you thinking there is a better solution for what you want or some other hesitation?

There are two reasons that are very common for this problem: >Low disc space. I am interes.. أضيف بتاريخ 13/02/2015 الساعة 10:30القسم: موضوع رقم : 40426 d مواضيع ذات صلة برنامج Clean Space 7.05 لتنظيف شامل للجهاز واعادته للعمل بشكل قوي أضيف بتاريخ يوم أمس So the layout is perfect now but the usability is worst than with Netscape 4.76 (which did allow for disabling javascript in the browser) because it behaves very slow and jerky. I just saw it the other day, so it shouldn't be too hard to locate it again.