[rescue] AT&T 3b2's for rescue
Sheldon T. Hall
shel at cmhcsys.com
Tue Oct 28 17:37:41 CST 2003
Geoffrey S. Mendelson wrote, inter_alia ...
> When I left Philly in 1996, I gave a friend my two AT&T 3b2 systems.
> I had an almost full set of software (I never could get the SCSI to work)
> and being stupid, archived the disks using a shareware DOS program. If
> you take the machines, I can send you the files, but in order to make
> new floppies, you will need an AT (286/386) class PC (later may work)
> running DOS and a 720k or 1.2m 5 1/4" floppy drive. You will also need
> high density (360k) double sided (not 1.2m) blanks.
I have machines that fit that spec. I even have a '286 with a real 360K
drive. I think I have some 360k blanks, too. I'm 2800 miles from Philly
and I don't need a 3b2, but I'll help with the data transfer if anyone
decides to attempt a rescue.
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