Subject: Re: HP/Apollo Question
To: Jason Thorpe <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Thomas A. McLeary <email@example.com>
Date: 02/23/1996 06:08:31
At 7:59 AM 2/22/96, Jason Thorpe wrote:
>On Thu, 22 Feb 1996 07:11:10 -0500
> firstname.lastname@example.org (Thomas A. McLeary) wrote:
> > At boot time, it says it has the 98550 display HW. The FAQ says this HW is
> > supported, so do you mean that the display code is missing altogether for
> > the 'e' models, or just certain hardware.
>e's could be configured with either DIO or SGC busses, and you got
>exactly one slot of whichever you chose. If you 425e has a DIO bus, you
>probably will win. Sure it's an e? They were a desktop that looked a
>lot like a 715. The bootrom didn't support serial console, and some of
>them had a floppy drive.
Actually I haven't a clue exactly which model it is (in another post I
asked how to tell). This one is definitely not a desktop. It's a
As a matter of fact, the styling of the tower is pretty cool! :-)
"Hell hath no fury like Bill Gates's scorn..."
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