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Topic # 12117 28-Feb-2007 14:10

I am looking for an ASUS motherboard PB2-D with or without PII-333 processor.
I have an old server that has died and would like to recover the data from the SCSI drives. I have encountered HAL issues and while I have a backup, getting the old girl running just enough to extract the data would be the simplest way to do it.

Any help or pointers gratefully appreciated.

Piri

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  Reply # 62266 28-Feb-2007 14:19
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I think I might have one of these at home in my ever growing technology graveyard. I will look tonight and let you know.




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  Reply # 62322 28-Feb-2007 17:59

Thanks Jama,
Appreciated.

Piri

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 62344 28-Feb-2007 20:39
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Hi Piri

It is a P2B-VM with a P2 266 processor. No SCSI but I do have an old ISA SCSI card laying around. Not sure if this is going to do the job for you.




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  Reply # 62391 1-Mar-2007 07:42

Hello Jama,
It may well do the job - we have the IDE SCSI adapter and drives - the only concern is the HAL settings and whether any change we might make will compromise the ability to boot up the drives.

I see you are in Wellington - I am in Auckland. How can I get hold of the board?
Can you let me know the cost, how you would prefer to be paid and whether you have access to CourierPost or whatever?
depending on where you are I might be able to arrange a pickup.
My mobile number is 021 636 251

Cheers.

Bill Fraser


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