FS: ATI All-In Wonder PCI, AIW AGP, Slim Slot 6X DVD, PalmV PS/2 keyboard
I'm still working on my car project, and I wound up replacing both of these based on suggestions from others on these forums. I wound up using a Zippy backlit USB keyboard (http://www.directron.com/zippyel610.html) and a Storix USB DVD/CDRW (http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/tg...993200-4181623) -- and by "wound up" I mean "will eventually use", as my busy schedule is keeping me from running with the wind with this project (but not holding back my wallet, apparently).
Slim Slot-loading 6X DVD drive pulled from a Mac at work. You'll need a laptop->not-laptop IDE adapter to use this drive. $40
Palm V foldable keyboard with OmniPPK adapter. OmniPPK adapter used for connecting to PS/2 port, see details at http://www.tapspring.com . One time it gave me backslashes and other key-noise while I was using it until I cold-booted my computer. $25
Here are pictures. I have no digital camera, so view these at the risk of your own sanity, I claim zero liability: http://www.eden.rutgers.edu/~ehc13/forsale
Also, I have an AGP ATI Radeon All-In-Wonder 32MB that I'd like to sell for $45.
Added 9/26: ATI All-In-Wonder Radeon VE PCI. 64MB DDR, PCI interface, passive heatsink. Brand new in retail box with shrink wrap and all, UPC has been removed. $105
I originally intended to use an FV24. I had problems getting it to 800x480, so I purchased this ATI card. When I decided to use the Storix USB2.0 drive to get from my trunk to my dash, I needed USB 2.0. So, I've purchased an Epia motherboard for USB 2.0, and don't need this anymore.
I have Heatware (http://www.heatware.com/eval.php?id=879) references, prefer payment up-front, and don't know how to make links on this forum. Paypal is acceptable, shipping will typically run $5 for any of these, as it's all pretty light, unless you live in Western Mongolia, in which case I need to ask the post office if they even send mail out there. I'll respond soonest if you email me at email@example.com, but I'll probably be checking PM's at least once a day for awhile.
Thanks for your interest. ^_^
Originally Posted by Sensor
What is the model number for the DVD drive?
Could you take a close up detailed picture of the connection thing at the back of the DVD drive?
On the base it specifies the model: SR-8185-C
Originally Posted by SonicCobra03
I don't think you'd appreciate a picture out of my webcam. However, it's definately a laptop CD-Rom connector and the model has been discussed on these very forums here: Slim-Slot-DVD Solved
Is there some way that avoids me for changing the title of the thread, and not the subject of the contents of the thread?