Older CIO based HP9000/HP3000 equipment ... great deal!! - Hewlett Packard

This is a discussion on Older CIO based HP9000/HP3000 equipment ... great deal!! - Hewlett Packard ; I have a number of: - eagle drives (various sizes HP-IB) - BBU's - CPU units (HP9000 825LX/HP3000 925LX) - taboret cabints - 9145 tapes - various cables etc. This stuff ALL WORKS (last time it was fired up). Can ...

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  1. Older CIO based HP9000/HP3000 equipment ... great deal!!


    I have a number of:

    - eagle drives (various sizes HP-IB)
    - BBU's
    - CPU units (HP9000 825LX/HP3000 925LX)
    - taboret cabints
    - 9145 tapes
    - various cables etc.

    This stuff ALL WORKS (last time it was fired up).

    Can throw in some working 712 units if you take
    the other stuff.

    This is all *FREE* to a good home, but you have to pick it up.
    Located in Oshawa, Ontario Canada (near Toronto).
    contact rob at controlq dot com for more info.

    ALSO:

    I have a complete *WORKING* SUN/IPX system with keybd/monitor
    cdrom, tape, disk ... I'm not sure which OS is currently
    loaded, but I can install a recent version of NetBSD for
    testing. This, I may want small amount of coin for, even though
    it is a 32-bit system ... it is in *VERY* good shape.


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  2. Re: Older CIO based HP9000/HP3000 equipment ... great deal!!

    spam@controlq.com wrote:
    > I have a number of:
    > - eagle drives (various sizes HP-IB)


    But do you have the 19511-80014's that were part of their packing
    material?-)

    rick jones
    --
    Process shall set you free from the need for rational thought.
    these opinions are mine, all mine; HP might not want them anyway...
    feel free to post, OR email to rick.jones2 in hp.com but NOT BOTH...

  3. Re: Older CIO based HP9000/HP3000 equipment ... great deal!!


    On Sat, 18 Nov 2006, Rick Jones wrote:

    > spam@controlq.com wrote:
    >> I have a number of:
    >> - eagle drives (various sizes HP-IB)

    >
    > But do you have the 19511-80014's that were part of their packing
    > material?-)
    >
    > rick jones
    >


    My warehouse isn't that big. I assume you'll be by to pick up the lot?

    8-)???



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  4. Re: Older CIO based HP9000/HP3000 equipment ... great deal!!

    spam@controlq.com wrote:

    > On Sat, 18 Nov 2006, Rick Jones wrote:
    >> But do you have the 19511-80014's that were part of their packing
    >> material?-)


    > My warehouse isn't that big. I assume you'll be by to pick up the
    > lot?


    > 8-)???


    If you had them I probably would The HP P/N 19511-80014 was a 19"
    peice of 2x2 that was used as part of the packing materials for the
    Eagle (IIRC 3979) disc drive. It has since been rebranded as the "HP
    Attitude Adjustor"

    rick jones
    --
    denial, anger, bargaining, depression, acceptance, rebirth...
    where do you want to be today?
    these opinions are mine, all mine; HP might not want them anyway...
    feel free to post, OR email to rick.jones2 in hp.com but NOT BOTH...

  5. Re: Older CIO based HP9000/HP3000 equipment ... great deal!!


    "Rick Jones" wrote in message
    news:b8n8h.2733$Yb1.1687@news.cpqcorp.net...
    > spam@controlq.com wrote:
    >
    >> On Sat, 18 Nov 2006, Rick Jones wrote:
    >>> But do you have the 19511-80014's that were part of their packing
    >>> material?-)

    >
    >> My warehouse isn't that big. I assume you'll be by to pick up the
    >> lot?

    >
    >> 8-)???

    >
    > If you had them I probably would The HP P/N 19511-80014 was a 19"
    > peice of 2x2 that was used as part of the packing materials for the
    > Eagle (IIRC 3979) disc drive. It has since been rebranded as the "HP
    > Attitude Adjustor"
    >
    > rick jones


    7936H and 7937H IIRC. Also know as bollock bashers as the more macho CE's
    refused to used the special hoist to install them into the rails on the
    Rosebud(?) cabinets.



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