[rescue] Sun Ultra 1 + extras for the taking

Phil Stracchino alaric at caerllewys.net
Wed Feb 18 11:41:33 CST 2004

On Wed, Feb 18, 2004 at 12:04:43PM -0500, Ido Dubrawsky wrote:
> Gents (and ladies),
>   So I've finally given up on trying to figure out the problem with my Ultra
> 1 (the first one I bought).  I've replaced the motherboard but I still have
> the "Red State Exception" errors (in fact, I replaced the original Ultra 1
> motherboard with a Ultra 1 Enterprise motherboard -- has fast-wide SCSI, 10/100
> built in ethernet, etc).  Anyway, the two motherboards, along with the case,
> the CD-ROM, 384MB of memory (which was known to be good), and a couple of
> video cards and a SunSwift (Fast SCSI/Ethernet) card are up for the taking.

I'll gladly take that SunSwift and the RAM off your hands.  I could use
another SunSwift, and some of my U1's RAM went bad recently.  Never
hurts to have a spare CDROM either, and my E3K has an empty CDROM bay.

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