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Re: [TCLUG:4297] InstallFest swap meet

I've got the following stuff rotting in my attic:

PCI Mach32 Graphics card (I think it has 2MB I'm not sure)
ExpertColor ISA Sound card 
Cirrus Logic Graphics Card (Again I'm not sure quite what's on it)
PCtel Internal modem
Conner/Mountain IDE Tape Drive
A DIMM (I think it's 16MB)
A rather crappy mouse

Tell if you want me to bring any of this stuff to the fest.

>Me again,
>Well my budget for the capital equipment is spent for the year, and I've
>got some spare computer parts lying around. These parts have been donated
>over the year by a local business. Unfortunately, I won't be able to
>finish putting these machines together since all are lacking one or more
>vital parts.
>I wonder if any of you who are going to come to the InstallFest would be
>willing to do some trading. I don't think I've got much of value, but
>perhaps I can trade for enough parts to complete a couple of these
>systems and clean off my counters at the same time! None of these systems
>have monitors, video cards, RAM, HDs, or keyboards. I'll list as much
>about each one as possible. Send me a private email if you want more info.
>Here's an inventory:
>* Digital DECpc XL 560 with hernia-inducing case, P60 CPU, and floppy
>* full-tower case with motherboard and P133 CPU, w/ 3.5" floppy
>* (3) mid-tower cases with motherboard and P90 CPU, 1 has floppy
>* Packard Bell P75 w/ floppy, CD-ROM
>* (3) full-tower cases with power supplies (2 have 3.5" floppy)
>* full-tower case w/o power supply
>* mid-tower case w/ power supply and 3.5" floppy
>* a few 486-33(SX and DX)  Compaq Deskpro systems with 240 MB HD, 8 or 16
>MB RAM, floppy
>I need:
>* a couple PCI video cards (2 MB is sufficient)
>* couple HDs (1 small SCSI would be awesome)
>* 15" monitors
>* PCI NIC (less necessary)
>Timothy D. Wilson			"A little song, a little dance,
>University of MN, chem. dept.		a little seltzer down your 
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