Purchased a Microvax 3800
lyokoboy0 at gmail.com
Wed Dec 2 23:22:29 CST 2015
Thank you for all the helpful information Glen. I will definately grab
that scsi interface when i get the funds, I have a scsi cd drive already to
be used with my SGi gear.
I removed that cpu board out and took a couple of pictures. There is one
connector, on the top, with two notches in it. Same as the controller board
I just bought. I would assume that is the DSSI connector?
I have a stockpile of scsi disks over here, i might just need to save up
and get the better controller that works with disks as well as cdrom's
I've yet to find the battery, but that is next on my list, thanks for the
On Wed, Dec 2, 2015 at 12:03 AM, Glen Slick <glen.slick at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Tue, Dec 1, 2015 at 7:25 PM, devin davison <lyokoboy0 at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Just figured id post about it here, to show my progress twords getting
> > running.
> > http://postimg.org/gallery/fztxjqbe/
> Another tip: If you haven't done so already, remove the CPU console
> panel and check to see if there is still a NiCad battery pack
> installed. The battery pack is mounted under the console panel PCB and
> you have to remove a few screws holding the PCB in place to get to it.
> If the pack is still installed then remove it. If it hasn't already
> started leaking it is only a matter of time before it does and starts
> corroding the PCB.
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