[lug] Free (or best offer) computer stuff
davis_compz at hotmail.com
Sun Jul 21 13:26:39 MDT 2002
I would like the flash card if i can have it
jd at taproot.bz
>From: Franklin Bowen <Franklin at Bowen.net>
>Reply-To: lug at lug.boulder.co.us
>To: Boulder Linux Users Group <lug at lug.boulder.co.us>
>Subject: [lug] Free (or best offer) computer stuff
>Date: Sun, 21 Jul 2002 11:52:24 -0600
>Free (or best offer) computer stuff. This has all been used in the
>Windows/DOS world so I have no idea if it will work with Linux. I just
>offer it here before going to the boulder.ads news group.
>- Used in W95, NT, and W2K. Unfortunately later in life, upon power up and
>first print it was printing garbage about 50% of the time. Easy to solve
>by powering off and back on with 100% cure rate. If you keep on all the
>time should work great or if you don't mind some paper/toner waste.
>Scanner: ImageReader Director, FB745
>- Used in W95 & W2K. Worked fine, replaced with a multi function device.
>The company (Info) is no longer in business but I do have the W95 driver CD
>and soft copy (5.7MB) of drivers that work with W2K.
>Zip Disks: 2 of them, 100MB Iomega
>CompactFlash: 16MB Kodak
>MicroStation: CAD software from 1993, version 5 for the PC along with a set
>of manuals. Also "Pocket MDL Programmer's Guide" 4.X
>Games on floppy disks (have manuals for all):
>Trog! 1990 PC version of arcade game,
>Aces of the Pacific 1992 WWII flying game
>Secret Weapons of the Luftwaffe1990 WWII flying game
>1942 The Pacific Air War 1992 WWII flying game
>Aces Over Europer 1993 WWII flying game
>B-17 Flying Fortress 1993 WWII flying game
>MS Encarta 98 User's Guide
>Battlezone "NSDF Filed Briefing Guide"
>QuickLink II floppy, from 1993
>TView driver (for TV Tuner card)
>Corel DRAW! 5, from 1994
>OrCAD Enterprise EDA Solutions (Electrical Engineering demo CD)
>Rage Incoming (some game, maybe demo only)
>And finally something that actually has something to do with Linux, SUSE
>Linux 6.2 Unleashed CD (NO BOOK INCLUDED!). This CD does not work with an
>AMD processor and it's SUSE's version of try before you buy.
>Franklin Bowen (Franklin at Bowen.net)
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jd at taproot.bz
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