[TriLUG] Old hardware free to a good home.
nivex at nivex.net
Fri Dec 9 08:35:42 EST 2011
Drat, I wasn't fast enough on the router. The Rumblepad might be of use
to me :)
I'm posting back to list in case we can coordinate pickup so Danielle
doesn't have to make multiple trips. My weekends are quite flexible.
On 12/08/2011 07:01 PM, Danielle wrote:
> I'm cleaning out some old hardware around and am offering it on here to
> any interested takers before hauling it off to Durham electronics
> recycling this Saturday. Except as indicated, the hardware did work when
> taken out of use but as it has been months or years, and hasn't been
> perfectly stored (i.e. no anti-static bags.)
> Three from the same system; it was never booted after a hard drive crash
> in the spring of 2008:
> - ABIT KG7 (non-RAID) PATA motherboard with an Athlon processor (I
> don't recall which model) with three DIMMs; Two ValueRAM DDR333 512MB
> CL2.5 ECC and one Crucial DDR266 256MB CL2.6 ECC.
> - 3Com 3C905B-Tx PCI NIC
> - ASUS V7100 Pro GeForce2 video card (has component, s-vide, and SVGA
> out ports.)
> Other hardware:
> - StarTech PA-MP1 Mini-PCI Type III to PCI adapter.
> - Logitech Cordless Optical TrackMan (did not work consistently when
> last used.)
> - Logitech Wingman Rumblepad USB
> - Belkin OmniView SE 4-Port KVM (F1D104) - SVGA, PS/2 keyboard, and
> PS/2 or serial mouse, with four male-to-male PS/2 cables and power supply.
> - Linksys WRT54GL v1.1 with power supply (has the Linksys firmware; I
> just performed a factory reset on it.)
> - Zoom Series 1063 USB 56K Modem.
> I live in northern Durham and work in Cary.
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