Victor 9000 boot floppy,
ard at p850ug1.demon.co.uk
Tue Jan 16 15:29:23 CST 2007
> I lift the hood on mine and shut it real quick! It's
> insides are the scariest looking thing I've seen in a
Why? It's actually very easy to dismantle, most of the time you only have
to loosen (and not completely remove) the screws.
I've forgotten if it's better to remove the disk drive chassis or the
PSU/back panal first (if you do it in the wrong order) you have to
remove, not just loosen, a screw that links those 2 sections). But the
machine will split ito the PSU, mainboard, disk drive mechanisms and disk
controller PCB quite quickly.
And there's nothting that scared me when I looked inside mine. It's all
standard chips (apart from the ROMs) -- chips I could identify, get data
> > It would take me a little time to find the diagrams,
> > and as ever I don't
> > have a scanner, but if there's interest, I'll go
> > digging and post
> > whatever info I can.
> If you want to make copies and mail them to me, I'll
> scan and post them on my site...if I ever set it up!,
> and/or forward them to other interested parties.
Nest job, thenm is to find them...
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