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Building a Baby-AT system in an ATX case.

by Compgeke on June 12th, 2013 at 06:21 PM
One thing I've found is AT cases are darn near extinct locally, but ATX cases are everywhere. After some playing around I found that my Baby AT motherboard just about had every mounting hole line up with that of a spare ATX case I had laying around. While building I documented most steps to show just how easy it is to do.

The first thing I did was grab the case. You may notice here that there are no standoffs for a motherboard, the previous owner kept those for some reason, so I had

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Getting a DLink DE-220 and a NE2000 clone working in a PC-6300

by Compgeke on August 24th, 2012 at 12:31 AM
After wishing I could get a network card working in my AT&T PC-6300 I started to try things out. I had just gotten a DLink DE-220PCT card from a thrift store for $3 still shrink wrapped, so why not try that out? I first tried it with ROM 1.1 but that just resulted in the system locking up (same as the driver did). I replaced the ROM 1.1 chips with the ROM 1.21 chips from my 2nd PC-6300 and it loaded up fine, and seen the card. The packet driver needed for this is the DE22X.COM, and

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My totally un-vintage computer related day

by Compgeke on December 8th, 2011 at 01:27 AM I woke to find I STILL felt like fecies and haven't fully recovered from strep throat, fun. As for this I got time to work on my Windows 3.1 live CD. I still can't get a static drive letter assigned to the ramdisk.sys from the 98 setup disk since it wasn't designed for that apparently (damn you Microsoft for making life so hard on us sick and weak) and I was told of an alternate way of creating a ram disk, by Jack, which I believe is a ramdisk driver with support for upto 2 gigs

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