[rescue] FW: Voyager framebuffer?
Daniel Eugene Forsythe
defor at me.com
Thu Oct 7 13:05:10 CDT 2010
a proper 2.5" drive adapter should be a full 2.5" board size that slides UNDER the ide drive- not an end adapter- those are for 40-pin 3.5/5.25 drives only
so does the battery just charge without any extra hardware- you just put the ac block external to the unit?
I'd love a dead battery so I could rebuild it and all.
On Oct 7, 2010, at 2:02 PM, Bob wrote:
> Yeah, I have the same problems with hard drive space. I did manage to
> get a 1.2 gig one but haven't put it in yet. It still works fine but
> no room for any sizable software on its tiny drive.
> I always wanted to put the "adapter" in but never really following
> through in getting one. I've seen some things on eBay but not sure if
> they are the "correct" ones for this purpose (seem to be just connector
> adapters but I could be wrong).
> My pack is totally dead, won't even take any charge. Darn thing is
> "welded" shut and has refused to open neatly with all my attempts.
> As far as the video, I just thought it might be cheaper for them to do
> that and easier to upgrade to color.
> Oct 7, 2010 01:00:44 AM, rescue at sunhelp.org wrote:
>>> Maybe they used a color board but a monochrome screen.
>> I think the Voyager displays are too tightly integrated for that to
>>> A future project is to get a bigger hard drive in it.
>> Mine came my way with a fairly small disk (under a gig). It doesn't
>> have room for a more-than-laptop-sized disk, and laptop form-factor
>> drives with SCSI interfaces seem to basically not exist above about
>> or 1.3 gig. I now have an IDE laptop drive with a piggyback
>> adapter in it:
>> sd0 at scsibus0 targ 3 lun 0: SCSI2 0/direct
>> sd0: 4126 MB, 8944 cyl, 15 head, 63 sec, 512 bytes/sect x 8452080
>> I don't recall where I got the adapter; I can probably dig that
>> information up if anyone cares.
>> I've got a battery pack, but it won't hold a charge. At all. If you
>> find out anything that would let me change that, I'd love to hear.
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