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FS: Thinkpad 600 Bundle

#1 Post by JPOESQ » Wed Sep 21, 2022 9:22 pm

I'm selling my Thinkpad 600; it's not a 600E or 600X. This 600 has a 223MHz Pentium II processor with 224MB of RAM, a 12.1" SVGA TFT display, and CD-ROM drive in the bay.

The computer is currently running with two 8GB CFs in a dual CF adapter. One CF is configured as the C drive with Windows 98se installed and the other is configured as the D drive with old games loaded.

I also have a 32GB MSATA in an adapter with the IBM Thinkpad Windows 98 preload installed. You can't use the entire 32GB with Windows 98 but other operating systems will see the entire drive.

The computer comes with:

(a) Dual CF adapter with with 2x 8GB CFs described above.
(b) 32GB MSATA described above.
(c) Four IBM AC adapters, models 85G6709/11J9992; 85G6695/85G6698; 92P1020/92P1021; and 02K6543/02K6555.
(d) Two Toshiba HDD2146, MK6015MPA, 6GB hard drives.
(e) Two IBM external floppy disk drives, models 10H3980/10H4056.
(f) Two IBM cables for the floppy drives; one is a 82H6276/12J0432 and the other is a 05K2843/05K2844.
(g) A D-Link PCMCIA 10/100 Ethernet adapter (you will have to look for a driver).
(h) Microsoft MSDOS 6.22 on floppies.
(i) Windows for Workgroups 3.11 on floppies.
(j) Two unopened boxes of floppy disks.
(k) Assorted CDs with Windows 98.
(l) Aftermarket battery that I purchased a few years ago. The battery is currently working but I don't guarantee that the life or capacity of the battery. The computer will run just fine on AC power with or without the battery installed.

Everything works and the computer is in very good shape for being over 20 years old. It even has a new CMOS battery. However, it's a vintage computer and there's no guarantee that every component or accessory will continue to work.

You can see lots of photos using this dropbox link:

https://www.dropbox.com/sh/07snt6t4h190 ... _3nCa?dl=0

I'm asking $275 for the package, plus the cost of shipping, US only. Insurance will also be included in the shipping cost.
John P. O'Banion, JD, PE, BSEE
Registered Patent Attorney
http://www.intellectual.com

Thinkpad 600, X220 (McDonnell bios), X230 (1vyrain bios), T530 (1vyrain bios), X1 Carbon 5th Signature Edition

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