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  1. Doesn't TCC have an inline assembly feature...

    Doesn't TCC have an inline assembly feature (sorry, I'm a MSC user)? It should be possible to include this in your code and automatically handle the model size issue. The code's pretty much a rep...
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    Easy--it was merely to demonstrate how display...

    Easy--it was merely to demonstrate how display data can be sent over a printer port--and what to expect. (not a lot).

    RPi notwithstanding.
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    I opted for the big Dell heat-pipe passive unit. ...

    I opted for the big Dell heat-pipe passive unit. If it gets too warm, I can add a fan. I've got room--it's a 4U case.

    In the meanwhile, I'll bodge the stock Intel one with a couple of cable...
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    Well, there you go. I can get back to work. :)

    Well, there you go. I can get back to work. :)
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    Yes, it's been done with commodity LCD modules. ...

    Yes, it's been done with commodity LCD modules. example.

    Dig around a bit--you'll find quite a few examples. Also remember that old utilities like PC Anywhere and Carbon Copy could send...
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    Tape controller. Don't see what this has to do...

    Tape controller. Don't see what this has to do with anything.
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    Interface card of my own design. The other slot...

    Interface card of my own design. The other slot is empty.
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    Yup, it's an Advantech AIMB-742. Has ISA slots,...

    Yup, it's an Advantech AIMB-742. Has ISA slots, dual Gbit ethernet and even a place for a CF card. A regular kitchen-sink of a motherboard.

    I was thinking about trying to hack a socket 775...
  9. Thread: 8253 PITfalls

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    But in a single-tasking environment, what I said...

    But in a single-tasking environment, what I said earlier holds: Latch the counter and read it at your leisure. No interrupt disabling necessary. No need to use the time-of-day ticker either--so...
  10. I assume that jumper W3 on the ST01 is not...

    I assume that jumper W3 on the ST01 is not installed.
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    Advice--best P4 heatsink

    All of the sudden, one of my systems just quit working. Turns out that the stock Intel heatsink plastic retainer clips decided to quit.

    CPU is running at 3.00 GHz. This is an industrial PC...
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    3.5" DSDD to be accurate. Let me look around...

    3.5" DSDD to be accurate.

    Let me look around and see what I've got, if you don't mind used disks.
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    I wrote a little squib on my experiences with...

    I wrote a little squib on my experiences with various adapters a couple of years ago here. At that time, I found that the RXD-629A7-7 adapter worked fine on all platforms from Win98SE, Windows 7,...
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    I was giving them away for shipping. I probably...

    I was giving them away for shipping. I probably can scrounge a couple dozen yet, but may ask for a donation for formatting and verifying. I still have a few hundred NOS ones.
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    "using modern PC." That's probably the...

    "using modern PC."

    That's probably the cause--the CHS geometry perceived by the modern system is likely different than that seen by the PC. What does FDISK say on the PC? You may have to...
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    Some flash drives have an "secure erase" function...

    Some flash drives have an "secure erase" function that essentially sets the drive back to zero. There are various utilities floating around for this--even in Linux.

    I've had to do this when an...
  17. Thread: 8253 PITfalls

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    Is this an 8253 or an 8254 (more common on later...

    Is this an 8253 or an 8254 (more common on later early systems)?

    It's always a good idea to latch the value, then read.
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    Yeah, found the article from 2016...

    Yeah, found the article from 2016. Gobble 'em up and spit 'em out, I guess.
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    Unfortunately, there's no standard. FH drives...

    Unfortunately, there's no standard. FH drives in the 5170 used plastic rails. I've still got a small pile of those.
  20. Port addresses?

    Port addresses?
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    Is perhaps the CMOS setup bollixed?

    Is perhaps the CMOS setup bollixed?
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    Did Danaher spin off Fluke already? Just seems...

    Did Danaher spin off Fluke already? Just seems like yesterday when they bought it. Or did someone buy Danaher?
  23. Check that the track 0 sensor isn't blocked by...

    Check that the track 0 sensor isn't blocked by dirt.

    Then go do your alignment.
  24. No, incompatibility with other known good drives...

    No, incompatibility with other known good drives is usually a sign that the alignment is off. i.e. your tracks are not in the same place as "good" drive's are.
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    Anyone for an HP EO4500 PDU+outlets?

    Got one here--like new, with a box of various brackets. 4x NEMA 5-15 7 outlet strips. Supply cord has a 3 prong twist lock plug on the 240V side (looks like NEMA L6-30).

    $20 + shipping.
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