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  1. Mine are Hyundai HY51C1000LS-10 devices, which...

    Mine are Hyundai HY51C1000LS-10 devices, which I'm assuming are low-power CMOS 100 nsec. chips.
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    Those look like Calcomp 140 drives.

    Those look like Calcomp 140 drives.
  3. I'd have to look at them and check the datasheet.

    I'd have to look at them and check the datasheet.
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    Personally, I'd go for the glitchworks version...

    Personally, I'd go for the glitchworks version with the coin-cell holder. That should handle the problem forever.
  5. I saw the thread title and thought that you were...

    I saw the thread title and thought that you were looking for new 1103 DRAMs. My thought was "that's going to be expensive, even if he finds any". (Yes, they're 18 pin) :)

    I've got some Hyundai...
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    What the traditional tool used is a degaussing...

    What the traditional tool used is a degaussing coil:

    https://i.ebayimg.com/images/g/TDwAAOSw5gVehnzY/s-l1600.jpg
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    Reminds of the trick with a compass and a room...

    Reminds of the trick with a compass and a room full of metal office furniture. Have someone move one of the pieces and it's possible to tell which one.

    In your case, a degaussing coil should...
  8. Just image-google "Wood PC Case". There are...

    Just image-google "Wood PC Case". There are some remarkable examples.

    I'd prefer any of those to the plexiglass-and-blue-LED contraptions.
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    Got a digicam? Most will register the output of...

    Got a digicam? Most will register the output of an IR LED. Try it yourself with a TV remote control.
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    Early implementations of ACPI and APM were often...

    Early implementations of ACPI and APM were often buggy and WIn95's implmentation as well. See here and also the Device Manager (try to disable the APM driver).

    With no APM, you should at least...
  11. It's an inert lubricant that is also somewhat...

    It's an inert lubricant that is also somewhat volatile. One needs only a drop or to to make a film on a floppy. After the disk has been read, the cyclomethicone evaporates, leaving the disk in its...
  12. As I've mentioned several times previously, if...

    As I've mentioned several times previously, if the disk makes noise in the drive (e.g. squealing), remove it--it's shedding. Clean the drive head and then try to salvage the remainder of the disk...
  13. As a few of you may know, I process quite a few...

    As a few of you may know, I process quite a few half-inch magnetic tapes, some of which are in excess of 50 years old. In addition to baking the tapes, I run them through a cleaning machine that...
  14. Japanese NEC PC98 MS-DOS supports 8x1024 byte...

    Japanese NEC PC98 MS-DOS supports 8x1024 byte tracks, but that's a different matter--you can't run NEC MS-DOS on a standard PC (hardware and BIOS incompatible). 512 byte sectors are pretty firmly...
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    Most of my greenbar stock has blue bars. :)

    Most of my greenbar stock has blue bars. :)
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    10 MFD (old style labeling) = 10 F. The size...

    10 MFD (old style labeling) = 10 F.

    The size discrepancy does seem to be a bit odd.
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    Break = space for more than one character time =...

    Break = space for more than one character time = logic 0 = RS232C high voltage.
  18. Update Tried Double Helix, as well as Helix...

    Update

    Tried Double Helix, as well as Helix 4.5.4--diagnostic says that the version creating the database is incompatible. FWIW, the database was probably created on a 68K Mac--the disks were...
  19. Apparently, it depends on the drive. My Teac...

    Apparently, it depends on the drive. My Teac FD05PUB units have no problem with 720K. For that matter, they have to problem with 360 RPM Japanese DOS (8x1024) floppies.
  20. I was not excluding USB floppies.

    I was not excluding USB floppies.
  21. Or, you can try to fit a 3.5" drive onto your...

    Or, you can try to fit a 3.5" drive onto your 5150 (I don't know your level of electronics expertise). You can write 720K floppies on your other system. Don't know if that helps or not. I don't...
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    I didn't mean to start a "I hate (fill in OS name...

    I didn't mean to start a "I hate (fill in OS name here)" thread. I just found tipc's comment about Linux and mobile phones a little strange.
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    Kudos for getting the post right at 12:00 AM!

    Kudos for getting the post right at 12:00 AM!
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    So you don't like Linux, but you like Android? ...

    So you don't like Linux, but you like Android? :huh:

    Puppy is based on a very old model, so hardware support is pretty much limited. The idea is that it fits into a small amount of space.
    ...
  25. Have you tried deleting or disabling the mystery...

    Have you tried deleting or disabling the mystery device? Win95 has terrible USB support, so having problems is probably normal.
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