Where to get a Vax or microvax
billdegnan at gmail.com
Wed Jul 1 22:23:59 CDT 2015
ok. I will check it asap. Thanks for the info. basically this is a box
turns on and works...so I have not spent much time other than just change
the PW and access the system, connect to the internet quickly.
You're saying yes there is a battery in this machine?
On Wed, Jul 1, 2015 at 10:57 PM, Glen Slick <glen.slick at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Wed, Jul 1, 2015 at 7:13 PM, william degnan <billdegnan at gmail.com>
> > The Microvax 3100 model DV-31BT4-A - what "number" is that model?
> > Originally I thought it was a "30" but then I found that there are
> > nameplates, so I must be wrong. Was there just a plain vanilla Microvax
> > 3100? Now you have me thinking I need to check for a battery. I need to
> > track down the hardware ref but I am unsure other than open it to see for
> > myself.
> I just went and took a look at one of my MicroVAX 3100 Model 20 boxes.
> The label on the back says Model DV-31BT1-A. No idea what the
> difference might be between that and a DV-31BT4-A. The badge on the
> front only says MicroVAX 3100 just like your picture here:
> When you power it on what does it say for the KA**-* CPU version? If
> it says KA41-A then it is a Model 20. A KA41-D would be a Model 20e.
> Or if you were to open it up and look at the part number on the CPU board:
> 54-18856-01 MicroVAX 3100 Model 10 / Model 20 KA41-AA (90ns)
> 54-18856-02 VAXserver 3100 Model 10 / Model 20 KA41-BA (90ns)
> 54-18856-04 MicroVAX 3100 Model 10e / Model 20e KA41-DA (60ns)
> 54-18856-05 VAXserver 3100 Model 10e / Model 20e KA41-EA (60ns)
> 70-28103-01 InfoServer 100 KA41-CA
> 54-18856-06 InfoServer 150
> MicroVAX 3100 / VAXserver 3100 / InfoServer 100 SYSTEMS
> Illustrated Parts Breakdown
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