This is a list of stuff (mostly computer stuff) that I am trying to sell off or otherwise get rid of. Things that are crossed out have already sold/ been spoken for.
This first section is junk that I don't know how well it's working, or it's not really worth anything anymore. This stuff you are welcome to as long as you pick it up or arrange to meet me somewhere and take it.
These hubs worked once, then I ran into problems with them needing to be power cycled every once in a while. They may work now, they may not.
This switch worked fine, but the power brick died. You are welcome to the dead power brick and the switch.
Not entirely sure why I saved any of these, but I have about 5 various sized power supplies that died. Perhaps you could use them for spare parts, or fix the fans and get them working. I'm gonna toss them soon if no-one claims them.
This was on a mac I used to have long ago. It worked then, no idea if it works now. Comes with appletalk cables.
This was used back when I had an ISDN line. Worked ok then. Has 2 ports to plug in POTS phones. Serial port for management interface.
DDS1 scsi drive. Bare drive. Worked fine last I tried it. I will even throw in some DDS1 tapes if you haul it away.
I have bunches of these if you need them.
All the joys of SCSI in your old ISA machine. :)(rise)
Your generic pci sound card.(nealmcb)
This is a Celeron CPU 300 modified by jafo a while back to do SMP and run at 450mhz. Worked great last time I used it.
2 laptop drives. An 810MB and a 1.6GB. Perhaps an upgrade for a really old laptop?
This section is things that I do know work, and are worth something (however small). The prices here are negotiable.
I have both a revision 5 and a revision 6 bebox. There is only 1 I/O board that works in both machines. Both machines worked fine last time they were powered on. Own a bit of computing history. The rev5 box is a dual ppc 603 @ 66mhz. The rev6 box is a dual ppc 603e @ 133mhz. They come with one set of: memory, ide disk, ethernet, video card. NOTE: because I only have 1 I/O board, I only will sell these as a bundle.
This access point works great. It's basically a apple airport inside. It has a built in modem. You can use a java configuration tool to manage it. I upgraded to 802.11g access point, so I no longer need this one.
This was my main sever many years ago. Its a dual Pentium 166mhz machine. It has 128mb of ram and a 6gb drive in it. Also linux supported graphics card and sound card. Very reliable machine. I can preload linux on it for you.
This is a DDS2 tape drive with 2 6 tape cartrages. It worked last I used it, but now it's displaying an error on boot, perhaps it needs upgraded firmware or something.
This is a really nice high end SCSI cable. Has 6 connectors on it. Great for that storage box with all the drives.
These came with some wireless cards long ago. They work fine with linux. You can put any pcmcia card you like into them (non cardbus). Could be handy to get an older machine on the net with a pcmcia wireless card.
This card came with a drive I bought not long ago. The machine I put the drive in handled the drive fine so I didn't need the ide card. It's pretty fast (ata133).
Nice fast wide scsi card. Has a 68 pin and a 50 pin connector. Worked great last I used it.
Upgraded a machine to a faster processor a while back. This would make a nice upgrade for a slower box.
This is a pcmcia card with a pop out connector to let you connect a phone line or a ethernet. Worked fine last I used it.
Your generic non winmodem pcmcia card. Works great with linux.
Upgrade your laptop memory for cheap.
This card came with a scsi cdrom, which is no longer with us. It works fine as a laptop SCSI card tho. Plug in that large external SCSI array.
This drive was pulled from a working machine when I upgraded to a larger drive. A nice upgrade for some laptop users.
Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you want to make an offer on something or have questions about an item.