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    As Matthew suggested, you may find wat you're looking for on the FTP server. For the amount of stuff it contains, I'd have a big bet that you'll find it in there. And I also believe that the mime opening the box video is on YT.
    ~Ian~

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    Depending on what was used to upload it, the quality of the video on YT may be worse compared to what is on the FTP. For restoring it on your computer, I suggest you find the original video that has the better quality, but whatever suits you.
    ~Ian~

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    Quote Originally Posted by MatthewH12 View Post
    All the links to the club expired or i can't see them, trying to get this Packard bell Legend 24CD up and running again.

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    The Link to the club is expired, or it became private.

    Quote Originally Posted by MatthewH12 View Post
    Sorry about the problems with that link, we had some issues w/ trolls so the group was set to secret temporarily. It's open again now: http://www.facebook.com/groups/PackBellClub/
    Here's some of what I have if it'd help anyone, just join the group and let me know!

    Directory of Packard Bell\Packard Bell Navigator

    09/17/2011 09:53 PM 2,284,474 PBLibrary.rar
    01/14/2012 04:21 AM 1,873,474 PBNav - Version 1.0 (1993 - MCD Rip).rar
    09/17/2011 09:53 PM 6,312,541 PBNav - Version 1.1M (1993 - Floppy Install).rar
    09/17/2011 09:55 PM 8,798,081 PBNav - Version 1.2 (1993).rar
    09/17/2011 09:55 PM 22,740,031 PBNav - Version 2.1 (1995).rar
    09/17/2011 09:56 PM 22,885,418 PBNav - Version 3.5 Install (1995).rar
    09/11/2011 03:14 AM 443,854,848 PBNav - Version 3.5R3 Resource CD (1995).iso
    09/17/2011 09:56 PM 218,838,625 PBNav - Version 3.6.89 CD (1995).zip
    09/17/2011 10:00 PM 192,710,665 PBNav - Version 3.9.26 (1995 - Install CD).rar
    09/26/2011 03:19 PM 278,990,848 PBNav - Version 3.9.26 (1995 - Resource & Tutorials CD).iso
    09/17/2011 09:57 PM 723,629 PBShell for DOS.rar

    Directory of Packard Bell\Packard Bell Restore Discs\Windows 3.x

    09/25/2011 09:46 PM 227,132,766 170118 - MMPack for Win3.x (Feb 1993).rar
    01/05/2012 11:57 PM 360,726,528 170181 - Win31 and WFW311 (Feb 1994).iso
    09/25/2011 09:48 PM 252,222,979 170210R4 - WFW 3.11 (Feb 1995).rar
    09/28/2011 07:05 PM 534,032,384 170214R2 - WIN 3.1 & WFW 3.11 (Oct 1994).iso
    10/23/2011 07:24 PM 427,819,008 170263R1 - WFW 3.11 (Feb 1995).iso
    09/25/2011 09:50 PM 191,955,660 170310R3 - WFW 3.11 (June 1995).rar
    10/23/2011 07:24 PM 508,893,184 170314R3 - WFW 3.11 (Oct 1995).iso
    09/28/2011 07:09 PM 544,743,424 170316R6 - WFW 3.11 (Nov 1995).ISO

    Directory of Packard Bell\Packard Bell Restore Discs\Windows 95

    09/11/2011 02:56 AM 433,369,088 170363 - Win95 (Aug 1995).iso
    09/25/2011 09:51 PM 207,875,771 170364 - Win95 (Aug 1995).rar
    09/27/2011 07:52 PM 449,839,104 170365 - Win95 (Sept 1995).ISO
    09/28/2011 04:34 PM 437,256,192 170367 - Win95 (Sept 1995).iso
    09/28/2011 04:47 PM 437,256,192 170368R1 - Win95 (Sept 1995).ISO
    01/08/2011 10:18 PM 445,644,800 170377 - PB Upgrade for Win95 (Aug 1995).ISO
    01/08/2011 09:39 PM 435,159,040 170520 - Win95 (Jan 1996).ISO
    02/14/2012 06:30 PM 526,643,200 170584 - Win95 (March 1996).ISO
    12/08/2010 03:44 PM 580,911,104 170586 - Win95A (Aug 1996).ISO
    09/25/2011 08:48 PM 565,016,576 170889 - Win95B (Jan 1997 - Platinum Pro).ISO
    12/28/2011 11:14 AM 294,713,344 175001 - (Sept 1997).iso
    02/14/2012 06:38 PM 497,311,744 175520-03 - (Oct 1997).ISO
    09/24/2011 09:29 PM 494,112,768 175525 - Win95B (Sep 1997 - Multimedia).iso
    09/11/2011 02:33 AM 495,749,120 175529 - Win95B (Oct 1997).iso
    09/11/2011 03:01 AM 438,919,168 6707430501 - Win95A (April 1997 - EURO).iso
    09/26/2011 05:10 PM 340,226,112 MMCD_400 - Win95 (Dec 1996 - Platinum).rar

    Also, if it's alright Bob, I saw you mentioned you're selling some of your machines? A friend of mine would be VERY interested in that PB Corner machine, any chance you'd sell it? If so I'll get ya in touch with him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DOS lives on!! View Post
    As Matthew suggested, you may find wat you're looking for on the FTP server. For the amount of stuff it contains, I'd have a big bet that you'll find it in there. And I also believe that the mime opening the box video is on YT.
    Where is this FTP server?

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    I am still looking for Master CD's 175320 & 175500 but wanted to share some stuff I was able to dig up. After searching deep in the web I finally found an archive of Packard Bell motherboard bios updates. Somewhere around 2001-02 when NEC took over in the US, Packard Bell switched their support site to PriorityOneSupport. Wayback machine archived this site however it requires a login. No way to create an account or authenticate a login in 2016 so I was stuck. I figured out how to do a wildcard search on the wayback machine using http://web.archive.org/*/www.yoursite.com/*

    With this I was able to search the url with this link: http://web.archive.org/web/*/http://...om/downloads/*

    I was looking under the PB section but then noticed some familiar board numbers under the NEC/Bios/ section. I cross referenced the numbers with the PB board model #'s listed here: http://www.oocities.org/sjg/mother2.html . Sure enough most matched.

    I found a 770mb.exe file for my PB770 board and downloaded it. I opened the .exe file in Winrar and inside saw PHLASH.EXE. This was a great sign as my board has a Pheonix BIOS. I then opened PLATFORM.BIN in my HxD hex editor and saw this line: "Packard Bell C1 platform, PHLASH configuration file.............ZQFD2.00.BIOS.ROM". This confirmed that despite being under NEC these were in fact for Packard Bell boards. Probably because NEC bought them by this point. Farther in the file I also saw the line "Intel 28F002BX-T". Going to an old site for my PB770 board: http://www.oocities.org/sjg/pb770.html I confirmed that the BIOS chip on my board was indeed a Intel E28F002BX-T80 2M bit Flash EPROM. I will be trying the flash next weekend

    Wanted to share the link below for those restoring these old machines for some DOS/Win gaming to save others hours of crawling the web.

    http://web.archive.org/web/200208162...oads/NEC/Bios/

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    I was wondering if there is a possible way to get an iso of (170894) I see the packard bell fan club on facebook isnt up and running anymore as it was 7 years ago since the last reply on here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bbessey111 View Post
    I was wondering if there is a possible way to get an iso of (170894) I see the packard bell fan club on facebook isnt up and running anymore as it was 7 years ago since the last reply on here.
    It is still up just renamed. It's called the Retro Computer and Packard Bell Planet now and is a closed group you can request to join.

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