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  Reply # 1836996 4-Aug-2017 09:35
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timbosan:

Thanks for the info - I will update the price, but $83 is REALLY low with all that hardware!

 

 

Yeah, I had hoped for more .
But after all , Xbox360 is obsolete gear now . The platform is 12 years old smile , thats very old in gaming terms .
The guy who bought mine only wanted it as his 360 had just died.


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  Reply # 1839163 4-Aug-2017 13:41
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timbosan:

Thanks for the info - I will update the price, but $83 is REALLY low with all that hardware!

 

 

Yeah, I had hoped for more .
But after all , Xbox360 is obsolete gear now . The platform is 12 years old smile , thats very old in gaming terms .
The guy who bought mine only wanted it as his 360 had just died.

 

 

 

 

I paid $120 for an original xbox 2 weeks ago :) supply vs demand I guess ;)





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  Reply # 1839772 6-Aug-2017 11:10
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timbosan:

 

Ok, no prices, my bad.

Xbox - $130

Sphereo BB8 - $120

Soldering Iron - $60

Move controllers - all 4 plus guns plus charger - $150

eSata case - please make offers as I have no idea of price.

Pickup is in Ellerslie, Auckland or I can ship.

 



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Xbox - Sold
Sphereo - Under offer
Soldering Iron - Sold
eSata case - Under offer


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@timbosan: ... Thanks @IcI - I didn't realise it was different.  Yes, I have 2 PCI eSATA cards and the eSATA cable. I was trying to get this working with Server 2012R2 but couldn't. ...

 

Hi.

 

Got the enclosure working with the green eSATA card. It seems to be a RocketRAID 622 card from HighPoint. The red card and any drivers on the CD did not work. It also seems that you need the eSATA card. My onboard eSATA port did not work.

 

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