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  1. redrouteone

    Potentially Unasked Networking Question

    I don't see why you couldn't.
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    LVD-SCSI-RAID-Cage 6-in-4-dual-channel

    I recall converting a 2940 to a PowerDomain 2940. I did have to replace the ROM Flash chip, which IIRC was a DIP chip so it was fairly simple.
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    Ethernet Switch for Compacts

    If you want a managed switch for cheap, I'm a fan of the Netgear ProSAFE line. You'll want the ones that start with GS. Here is a 5 Port for $30. https://www.amazon.com/NETGEAR-ProSAFE-GS105Ev2-Gigabit-Managed/dp/B00HGLVZLY/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1486610522&sr=8-3&keywords=netgear+prosafe+5+port Though I have seen them on sale at Fry's for about $20.
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    New Disk Emulator - "Tiny SCSI Emulator"

    I have friends that have the same attitude about taking your car to the mechanic. I used to work on my own cars and have done everything from oil changes to rebuilding engines. About 3 years ago I decided I was tried of spending my free time working on my car. It is so nice just to drop my car off and then come back the next day and my car is fixed. I hate spending my Saturday outside in the heat all pissed off because the part I need to remove is being contrary. It is the same thing here. I know how to solder, but it can be rather frustrating to troubleshoot the thing and find the bad solder joint or the component you installed backwards. Sometimes I'd rather spend the day enjoying the thing, that all frustrated in putting it together. It is a good option that people can put it together them selves if they want, but there is nothing wrong with someone not wanting to do that.
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    Compact Mac, analog rivets.

    Try your local hardware store, not Home Deoot or Lowe's but a real hardware store. If you have a Fastenal near by good chance they have them. They are in the pricey side, but they sell pretty much everything. Heck one time I even bought a truck from them.
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    New Disk Emulator - "Tiny SCSI Emulator"

    I thought the SD2SCSI was open source and one could build it themselves if so inclined.
  7. Yes from what I recall the RAM contents are only cleared on a cold boot.
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    SCSI Zip drive

    Though I have ask, why a ZIP drive. I would think you would be better off putting the money toward a SCSI2SD. Unless you pick one up for $5, then buy that.
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    SCSI Zip drive

    My guess. Not that many SCSI Zip drives were sold, and most of them have been scrapped by now. So there is a very limited supply.
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    macintosh se/30 no power and no chime

    I always used distilled water when I wash boards. That way I don't have to worry about it leaving mineral deposits behind when it drys.
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    Kendall's Collection and Finds!

    That is awesome. I had no idea something like that existed.
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    Chromebook

    Once I upgraded the memory didn't have many problems with that. The 2GB it shipped with was a little thin.
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    Chromebook

    I Had a C710 Chromebook. It is a good machine. THe cool thing is that it is easily upgradeable. I had put 8GB of RAM in mine, and you can swap out the drive if you want. For $25 you got a great deal.
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    Woo Hoooo! just bought a HAKKO 808!

    Nothing like having the right tool for the job.
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    Finally a IIfx!

    Maybe you could do a kickstarter or indiegogo, that way you can get the orders up front.
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