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alcas
August 8th, 2012, 01:03 PM
Hello,

I'm a collector of all it's manufactured by Olivetti. I have the largest number of Olivetti PC in my collection.

Olivetti M24 and other computers, and of course:
- Xerox 6060
- AT&T PC6300
- AT&T PC6300 Plus
- AT&T PC6300 WGS
- AT&T PC6310

I'm searching the AT&T memory board (with AT&T customized 16 bits bus) (part number P/N 202051 or ATT-512) and it's EMS/LIM software driver. If you have only the driver, I accept it anyway, in case I will find later a board.

I'm also searching spare keyboards, 301 or 302, keyboard mouse, and an original color monitor.

Thanks to contact me if you have some of these to get rid of, or to sell (or exchange with other stuff).

I need PC6300 or PC6300 PLUS original manuals (the ones with red covers).

I'm also searching a complete PC6300 PLUS, PC6310 and a Xerox 6060.

If anybody needs info on these computer, please feel free to ask. I know them very well.

Regards,
Vincenzo.

Chuck(G)
August 8th, 2012, 01:27 PM
Do you have all of the service bulletins for the 6300 upgrades? In particular, the PAL equations for the 1.43 BIOS? I was thinking about reverse-engineering them, but if you have them, that would save time.

GottaLottaStuff
August 9th, 2012, 01:55 PM
Where are you located? Shipping cost is usually higher than the value of what's being shipped.

alcas
October 2nd, 2012, 12:05 PM
Where are you located? Shipping cost is usually higher than the value of what's being shipped.

Hello,

I'm located in Italy!

For Info, I was in California in september for 3 weeks one week ago) and as transporting at home in Italy an entire PC6300 with color monitor. I have some baggage excess as I'm a frequent flyer.

What do you have to offer? A board, a mouse or even a keyboard shouldn't be too costy to ship uusing USPS.

Thanks for your answer and kindness.

Regards.

alcas
October 2nd, 2012, 12:07 PM
Hello,

I don't have the service bulletins for AT&T. I should have those for Olivetti M24 (they should be identical) but I'm not sure they include the equations fo the PAL accompaigning BIOS Version 1.43.

In Italy thos additional PAL (PAL90 instead than PAL49), PAL 74 instead than PAL51, came with version 1.36 of the BIOS.

Let me know if you need I check on my documentation.

Regards,
Vincenzo.

alcas
August 23rd, 2013, 10:13 PM
Hello,

I don't have the service bulletins for AT&T. I should have those for Olivetti M24 (they should be identical) but I'm not sure they include the equations fo the PAL accompaigning BIOS Version 1.43.

In Italy thos additional PAL (PAL90 instead than PAL49), PAL 74 instead than PAL51, came with version 1.36 of the BIOS.

Let me know if you need I check on my documentation.

Regards,
Vincenzo.

PCFreek
August 25th, 2013, 05:43 PM
Hello Vincenzo,

I am unable to attach photos to the IM that you had sent, so I am attaching some here. As stated in the IM: I have 2 Xerox 6060 machines but was missing pieces to the cases and recently discarded the cases. I basically just kept the motherboard, floppy disk drive, power supply, large internal fan, monitor and keyboard. There were 2 other boards in each case that I have kept as well. One of the 2 motherboards has been scavenged for chips to repair my IBM 5150. It seems that in this post you are primarily looking for keyboards and monitors. Photos below are of the keyboard and monitor label and connector. The keyboard connector appears to have a cobweb or dust bunny in it... I did not notice that before I took the photo.

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Trixter
August 30th, 2013, 09:10 PM
Hi Vincenzo, I remember you from our email conversations. Good news: I finally procured a board, and was able to dump the driver disk! You can get it here: ftp://ftp.oldskool.org/pub/misc/Software/DiskDumps/ (look for the 6300* files)

Unfortunately, I only have one working board at the moment, but if I run across another one, I will let you know.

PCFreek
September 19th, 2013, 06:41 AM
As per a request via PM, attached are pics of the monitor. It has no power cord and obviously draws its power from the computer.

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PCFreek
September 19th, 2013, 06:43 AM
and here are pics of the keyboard...

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Trixter
September 19th, 2013, 08:21 AM
Wow, those are pretty much identical to the PC 6300, although the "-10" part of the 6060-10 implies it's a 10MHz 8086, which would put it closer to the 6300 WGS. I'll bet the components are interchangeable, actually. Cool!