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    As I mentioned above: AUI Network cards used a...

    As I mentioned above: AUI Network cards used a 15pin DIN connection: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Attachment_Unit_Interface

    That still doesn't explain the 1/4 inch socket though. I'd suggest...
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    Found Stubborn bullheaded persistence has paid off!...

    Stubborn bullheaded persistence has paid off! After many days repairing, soldering, hair-pulling, kicking the board around the garden, etc. I have finally got this board to boot again. The...
  3. Thread: Retro PC Cards

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    For Sale I don't think you're allowed to comment on price,...

    I don't think you're allowed to comment on price, but thanks for the positive feedback.

    Bryce.
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    For Sale Payment recieved. Parcel will be sent today. ...

    Payment recieved. Parcel will be sent today.

    Bryce.
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    For Sale Boohyakas Parcel sent, still awaiting payment...

    Boohyakas Parcel sent, still awaiting payment from debs3759.

    Bryce.
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    Possibly an extremely old AUI Network card? ...

    Possibly an extremely old AUI Network card?

    Bryce.
  7. Wanted Ah, the coil itself is burnt. It extremely...

    Ah, the coil itself is burnt. It extremely unlikely that you'll find a replacement for this unfortunately.

    Bryce.
  8. Wanted Which part is defective? Bryce.

    Which part is defective?

    Bryce.
  9. Thread: Retro PC Cards

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    For Sale PM's replied. Bryce.

    PM's replied.

    Bryce.
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    It all depends on the type of flux you used....

    It all depends on the type of flux you used. Rosin based fluxes are non-conductive unless you heated it so much that it turned black at which point it is full of carbon and will create a resistor....
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    Sold @mlc: Correct, I meant 16bit ISA. Feedback...

    @mlc: Correct, I meant 16bit ISA.

    Feedback left, this thread can be closed.

    Bryce.
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    Sticky: Actually 14To = 14TB, just a different language....

    Actually 14To = 14TB, just a different language. 12.7TB is the formatted capacity.

    Bryce.
  13. Thread: Retro PC Cards

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    For Sale Retro PC Cards

    Hi all,
    some more retro cards up for sale. This time:

    Graphics: Elsa Erazor III LT-A32 NVidia Riva TNT2 AGP - 12 - Sold
    Network: Allied Telesyn AT-2500TX (Chip = RTL8139C) PCI - 5 - Sold...
  14. Hi, I think the TL866 programmer (about €70 on...

    Hi,
    I think the TL866 programmer (about €70 on ebay) can do most GALs, you'd have to check the compatibility list for the exact parts you need to program.

    Bryce.
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    Flux doesn't conduct, so it's unlikely that the...

    The guy that was the original owner of the board tried to "reflow" the board using a hot air station.
    He obviously covered it in 1 liter of yellow stick flux and heated the chips up, of course he...
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    Sold No problem. It's still there at the moment if...

    No problem. It's still there at the moment if Plan A doesn't work out for you.

    Bryce.
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    Sold Hi Paradroid, doing well, despite the current...

    Hi Paradroid, doing well, despite the current situation. Send me a PM and we can discuss postage options.

    Bryce.
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    Sold Retro PC Motherboard with Pentium

    Hi all,
    while clearing out I came across this mainboard. Strangely, it has no manufacturer printed on the PCB. The processor is a Pentium 3 Costa Rica (SL35E). It has 1x AGP, 4x PCI and 2x...
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    Found Can you post a picture of the damaged area, so...

    Can you post a picture of the damaged area, so that we can judge the amount of work involved and chances of getting it working again?

    Bryce.
  20. Wanted Hi Stu, those membranes are extremely robust...

    Hi Stu,
    those membranes are extremely robust and rarely fail. Have you tried cleaning the membrane with warm water and soap? This usually solves most issues. But if a particular row or column of...
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    Yes, a leaking capacitor could cause that. I'd...

    Yes, a leaking capacitor could cause that. I'd get it recapped first and see if the problem is still there. @J.T.Kirk: I'd get your A1200 recapped too, otherwise you could be in for a nasty suprise...
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    The first question with any A1200 - Has it been...

    The first question with any A1200 - Has it been recapped yet?

    Bryce.
  23. Closed Hi Steve, The moderators are probably going to...

    Hi Steve,

    The moderators are probably going to tell you that you can't sell the pre-loaded SD Card as it is considered to be piracy unless you have permission from the author of every title or own...
  24. For Sale Kits arrived. Look great. Feedback left. Bryce.

    Kits arrived. Look great. Feedback left.

    Bryce.
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    Sticky: Check the battery on the 512K expansion if it has...

    Check the battery on the 512K expansion if it has one, before it leaks and ruins your day.

    Bryce.
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