Compaq diagnostic disks
Roy J. Tellason
rtellason at verizon.net
Thu Jun 15 12:11:09 CDT 2006
On Wednesday 14 June 2006 08:21 pm, Jim Leonard wrote:
> jim stephens wrote:
> > This machine works like the old AT's did with Cmos batteries. when the
> > batteries lost the disk setup and time information, you had to boot them
> > from a floppy to set the time again, and to set cmos back up again.
> Mine still boots properly to HD after all these years. *MY* problem is
> that I've lost the keyboard! The DIN is a normal 5-pin, but it is so
> far recessed that I can't get any of my regular keyboards to physically
> fit into the plug.
> Any suggestions? Any idea where to get a replacement, or at least
> keyboard with an enormously long plug?
Maybe a keyboard extension cable would help here? I use a couple of them in
my setup here, both the 5-pin DIN...
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