<CT> Re: newbie with a problem

  • From: Klaus.Osswald@xxxxxxxxxxx (Klaus Osswald)
  • To: calmira_tips@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Fri, 31 Aug 2001 11:34:25 +0200

Hi Stephan,

Stephan Grossklass wrote:

> > > Been doing a bit of 'retro-computing' lately :-)
> > Sounds interesting, wozzit ?
> Dealing with old computer stuff :).

OH, it's that simple ?, I thought it having to do with
' reversed ingeneering ' or so. thanks for the info anyway ; )

> > > it's driving me nuts.
> >
> > DON'T PANIC (!)
> "The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy"?

Yes Ford, what did you think ?  It's not
" How to avoid going nuts if being plugged into the Krikketean Central War
Computer " : [
(Marvin, between depression 231721112712424339137391 & 231721112712424339137392)

> BTW the parts of my poor old DX/2 are spread all over the room at the
> moment - while swapping the case, I discovered that the CMOS battery
> (such a 3.6 V NiMH thingy) was about to leak. Now I'll need a new one -
> unfortunately the shipping costs twice that of the battery itself :(...

Maybe I can help you. You should know the city of'Ulm/Donau' , don't you ?
No idea how far it is from you, but there is a shop, where they sell
CMOS thingies. I bought a 3.6 Lithium from them last year.
They also do have 3.6 NiCd ones to solder into your board.
Does ist have to be a 3.6 V NiMH ?  I was told that it doesn't
really matter for the functionality of your system.

Cheers, Klaus

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