- Intel 486DX 33MHz (over-oscilated to 40MHz) ISA
- 8 Meg (8 - 1meg x 9 (3 chip) 70ns
- 64 Kb external processor cache
- CTX 14 inch NI SVGA monitor
- WD90C30 (Paradise chipset) Video card w/ 1Mb Dram
- Practical Peripherals 14400FXHC (internal)
- Sound Blaster 16 w/ASP chip
- Acculogic sIDE-4/HP (Multi-I/O, IDE Controller)
- Adaptec 1540B (1540Bs100) Bus Mastering SCSI-2 Host Adapter
- Mouse Systems Serial Bus Card ("COM-5")
- -(provides a third independent serial port. (Addr:338, IRQ:10))
- TEAC High Density 5 1/4 and 3 1/2 drives
- Jumbo 120 Tape drive (floppy interface)
- SCSI-2 Toshiba 3401B-TA CDROM drive (ID:3)
- WD2420 (420 MB) IDE Hard Drive
- -(partitioned into 4 drives) C:DOS D:windose E:stuff F:WARP!
- EPSON LQ-500 printer
Software I run:
- OS/2 Warp for Windows
- Live Wire (Communications)
- Blue Wave/2 (offline mail)
- FM/2 (File Manager/2)
- MDesk WPS replacement AWESOME!
- NPSWPS WPS Enhancer AWESOME!
- Digital Module Player
- Play Boy audio CD player
- Roids (Astroids type game, but better!)
- GO! (process lister/killer etc...)
- ...other OS/2 utils and games...
- ...Various DOS stuff...
Software I have had problems with:
- Nothing that was important.
- SVGA.EXE reports incorrect information about the video card which causes
the WPS screen to be drawn incorrectly at resolutions above
640x480x16colors. I've replaced the WARP SVGA.EXE with the OS/2 2.1
SVGA.EXE. It's not a complete fix, but this allows me to configure the
WPS screen to 800x600x256colors.
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