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    Default Blizzard PPC with SCSI in full working condition

    Hello,

    I want to buy a Blizzard PPC .

    Whatever configuration I am interested in, it can be 040/25 MHz PPC 160 MHz, the only requirement is to have a SCSI controller and run smoothly.

    Offers in private, please!

    Sax

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    PM with an offer on the way.

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    Hi,

    PM with offer.

    Regards, Sveta
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    Looks like Sveta's deal will be the winner.
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    Payment just sent for BPPC+ 040/25 603e/200MHz.
    Last edited by sax; 3rd November 2019 at 17:53.

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    Hi,

    Payment received. Thanks. Shipped. Tracking info via email.

    Regards, Sveta
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    BPPC arrived, but doesn't working.
    Only black sreen, not booting, the machine responds to a reset, CAPS lock blinks 10-12 times for pressure
    I have no idea card seems intact.


    -was not in an antistatic bag, I ground myself before I grabbed it, carefully installed it
    -I have got strong power supply
    -tried with two different A1200 (rev 2B and rev 1D4)
    -tried with different RAMs
    -the card does not respond to either the ESC or the 2 key press
    -I had later 3 of them, so I think something is not OK


    I will contact the seller for help or money back.

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    Hi,

    First please no any panic! (you have too more real photos in working state before shipping) Packed in antistatic RED bubble wrap! (or antistatic white bag - have detail photos about packing)

    You have email.

    Btw. normal is first contact seller via PM or email.

    Regards, Sveta
    Last edited by Sveta; 12th November 2019 at 13:04.
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    Hi,

    It's not a negative feedback, just a position report.
    I'm not in panic, trying to solve the problem as I wrote in email...

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    Sax, a Blizzard PPC card is power hungry. You help the card by giving the motherboard extra power via the Floppy power connector.

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