I also have a compaq with a color screen that’s in pieces, it had a really weird unobtanium PSU and I took it apart years ago to try to reverse engineer. However that drive is too deep to fit inside the original DEC adapter housing. Special Order Update Location close. So, when I’ve needed a floppy I plug the bare board into the bottom of the system, which is not exactly a stable setup. On the other hand, Jill 2 is okay, so I think this was patched at some point.
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Guess what though, a psu turned up, I should reassemble and test. The CTpart of the ComTech DriveCore series from Crown Ct75is a 4-channel power amplifier that offers professional audio quality in a slim design. Judging by how uncommon the system itself is, I doubt the attachable disk drive modules are easy to digltal.
I expected a cute, but limited machine that probably wouldn’t have any audio and a DSTN screen or something. Here we see it sitting atop a PowerBook G3 Pismo from The screen is really awesome for the age — a nice bright TFT, definitely unusual for a laptop! Thing is though, that zenith is really, really beat up, literally falling apart, so half a mind to try transplanting the “” from that into digktal compaq.
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So, when I’ve needed a floppy I plug the bare board into the bottom of the system, which is not exactly a stable setup. This item is noncancelable and nonreturnable.
I have that run in digita. This site hosts no abandonware. Maybe posting it here means it won’t be as easily lost to time! I forgot to check what chipset it used on the original Win95 installation before I pulled the drive.
If anyone has any questions about it, I’m glad to answer. Possibly a limitation of these early TFTs? For some it’s fast, for some it’s slow. Enter new zip code to refresh estimated delivery time. You can especially see this in the gray parts of Windows 3. Anyhoo, still won’t get me dihital in aguess I’d have to build a covox. It’s just 1KiB in size.
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However that drive is too deep to fit inside the original DEC adapter housing. It is small and simple to carry around. The keyboard won’t win any awards but I’ve typed on much worse ones– although I can’t tell if I’m having trouble because of the small size, or because of the German layout on mine.
Anyway, to my surprise this machine has turned out to be more than just a curiosity.
I did find a commercial on Youtube though The lack of info is probably to be expected since DEC has been gone since before the web really took off. Got it home and there is basically zero information available about it dibital. The ones I’ve seen used the crappy display, and no sound card whatsoever ain’t cheapbut I got a Packard Bell Pack-Mate 28 Plus that’s fully loaded.
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Crown Audio CT add-on savings. There are a few drawbacks to this system, some of them are just me nitpicking, but I find them mostly acceptable given the laptop’s overall positive qualities: Have a look at “Keyb2” on this website: I still can’t figure out how Intel bought them up then produced such terrible onboard graphics. I have not seen a picture of it so no idea what it looks like. Overall this is a very nice system to play DOS games on.
I was able to find a Mitsubishi drive using the same ribbon cable from the floppy module of a dead Compaq Armada Digiral recently toyed with DOS era stuff 15 years ago, so memory might be rusty.