[rescue] Free (almost) stuff revisted

Curtis H. Wilbar Jr. rescue at hawkmountain.net
Mon Apr 18 21:56:21 CDT 2005

I'm (slowly) involved in cleaning up and getting rid of stuff I
am not going to use, etc...

If your local (Sharon, MA 02067... 40ish minutes south of Boston), the
stuff is free for pickup....

If your local, make an offer (non inclusive of shipping (I'll charge
only actual costs for shipping)) to cover my time in packaging/shipping
the item.

Otherwise this stuff goes to the scrap heap... I hadn't intended to
post it twice, but I'd like to not have to throw this stuff out... 

This is the last post on these items.  Respond by Sunday April 24th.
After that... it's gone.

2 Sun SLC CPU boards (1 w/NVRAM (probably bad), and 1 w/o)
  (I believe these are both good)

3 Sun ELC CPU boards (1 w/NVRAM (probably bad), and 2 w/o)
  (one of these may be bad, the other two are believed to be good)

Some sort of ISA Cyclades? multi serial port board, back of card
  has a male DB37 connector.  The MC68605FN10 chip on board looks
  up on line as something to do with serial and X.25.  I know nothing
  more about this board (has what looks like the cyclades logo on it _.-

Fore Systems ForeRunner LE PCI ATM Card (IDT-ACCA0028-0001-05898724 ???)

? brand PCI ATM Card (H05575-002 Rev A00)

Syquest Sparq 1.0GB internal IDE drive (Model SPARQ1AI) (untested, I
have no cartridges to test with)

External Syquest EZ135 parallel port drive Model EZ135EXT,P/PORT
   includes power supply and unit, no parallel port cable included
   (untested, I have no cartridges to test with)

Syquest SQ555 internal scsi 44Meg drive unit with scsi id select cable
   and switch.

Maxtor internal RXT-800S Optical drive (5.25" Full Height)
   untested, I have no discs to test with

2 Compaq 4 Gig SCSI drive trays (minus drives)  Compaq Pn 336380-001
   These take inch height SCSI SCA drives and adapt them to the 
   Compaq edge connector backplanes.

6 HP C2490A-012 Wide SCSI differential (HVD), untested, but I'm sure
   they work)

5 (or 6?) IBM DPRA-20810 2.5" IDE drives (these are the 'thick'
   form factor laptop drives)  810MB capacity, tested working.

-- Curt

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