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    Were TK70's all that more reliable than TK50's?...

    Were TK70's all that more reliable than TK50's?
    I might possibly have something but it's not worth even sending them for postage if they immediately shed their oxide off.
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    I've never had any success accessing Apricot...

    I've never had any success accessing Apricot floppies on an XP system, HOWEVER I have successfully read in and written back images made using Rawread/Rawrite.
  3. Thread: LED display panel

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    Yes, the display module connects to the main PCB...

    Yes, the display module connects to the main PCB as some form of an assembly bought off the shelf. MY guess is whatever it's signalled by is pretty straightforward.
  4. I was going to say that most MO drives should...

    I was going to say that most MO drives should still be able to read back from a WORM but the capacities you listed are really oddball.
  5. I have run into instances where following the...

    I have run into instances where following the base install, drivers, patching and base applications the system was already relatively fragmented for whatever reason other than the swap file...
  6. I keep handy an older copy of Norton...

    I keep handy an older copy of Norton SystemWorks/Norton Utilities for NT as one of the key items included in the bundle is SpeedDisk.
  7. Thread: LED display panel

    by NeXT
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    It's likely that you can replace the LED module...

    It's likely that you can replace the LED module and it's display controller as a set but you would need to find out the pinout to the module.
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    I've used those cheap all-in-one chinese rework...

    I've used those cheap all-in-one chinese rework stations and I find it's the preference on what color/configuration you like as there's a few varieties available for identical configurations....
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    It's a single SCSI disk that is not part of a...

    It's a single SCSI disk that is not part of a RAID, using any special/"smart" adapters or funky partitioning/filesystem schemes aside from the defaults applied by Windows during a fresh install. I...
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    Assuming the failure is just that it lost its...

    Assuming the failure is just that it lost its ability to boot with no warning, yes.

    Now I'm still basing off the worst-case scenario due to my anxiety that this does not fix the problem and the...
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    Sounds like you got both power to the neck and...

    Sounds like you got both power to the neck and high voltage with a raster, so that's good.
    Verify the solder joints where the video connector attaches to the board are not funky.
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    LAte in the game for Server 2003 there was...

    LAte in the game for Server 2003 there was "Release 2", which is still Server 2003 but with a bunch of service packs and extras bundled in. Thing is, I don't know if that includes changes in how...
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    I'm almost done searching through my library of...

    I'm almost done searching through my library of CD's and I can't seem to locate my Server 2003 Standard disc.
    I was however to track down my Enterprise R2 disc set and I'm wondering if the recovery...
  14. Are you positive you are using good VRAM/VRAM...

    Are you positive you are using good VRAM/VRAM rated for the correct speed?
    Banding usually indicated at least one chip was failing.
  15. Thread: Imac g3

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    Macs have always used HFS or a variant thereof...

    Macs have always used HFS or a variant thereof whereas the PC is you probably know is derived from FAT, so yes the filesystems are different.
    Weather or not you can burn a mac disc image on a PC is...
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    That's what I was referring to. IT foams up and...

    That's what I was referring to. IT foams up and is harsh enough that it lifts and forces most junk out from between the fins.
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    I'd grab the ESDI and controller in the hopes the...

    I'd grab the ESDI and controller in the hopes the control software is present. By the sounds of a few people it might not still exist so a possibility of recovering it might be nice.
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    Oven cleaner would probably work but I have no...

    Oven cleaner would probably work but I have no idea how it reacts to aluminum or copper or paints that are not baked enamel.
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    I have used a pressure washer in the past to...

    I have used a pressure washer in the past to clean out plugged condensers and evaporators and unless you are blasting at hard angles to the fins or not using a con/fan tip they should not really bend...
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    I didn't need any additional drivers to access...

    I didn't need any additional drivers to access the system disk the first time around, so unless the F6 way doesn't load the default Adaptec SCSI driver it should see everything. I don't have to worry...
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    Non-booting Windows Install

    Damn server...

    So my entire server and everything it supports has been running from an 8gb SCA SCSI disk for almost seven years now. It's not large and it's noisy but it worked fine otherwise and...
  22. I was doing great with my current selection of...

    I was doing great with my current selection of screwdrivers, wrenches and sockets for almost 20 years until my new car entered my life and I started to be forced to buy new tools. Princess Auto up...
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    So I finally got the BIG photobucket nag about...

    So I finally got the BIG photobucket nag about exceeding the free bandwidth and stored image count. I have not seen that in over 15 years and I stopped subscribing back in 2014. They have indeed...
  24. I'm pretty sure if you let go of the boxed aspect...

    I'm pretty sure if you let go of the boxed aspect you will find quite a few of us with spare modules for sale far below your $150 price.
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    Ad revenue per clicks and page views. Advertisers...

    Ad revenue per clicks and page views. Advertisers pay more when the view counts are high, even if they don't all equate to sales for them (though metadata and mined cookie data alone can be a...
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