Absolute new condition. It has even the factory sticker with FRU on top and also the metal pin to prevent removal of the PCMCIA card.
The HDD is working, making very healthy sounds. It also contains the original installation of OS/2 Warp.
This computer was a part of S/390 server(or whatever). It automatically loads to CPC console and stucks there
asking for authintification.
I'm not familiar with OS/2 Warp. So would be great if someone could give some tips on how to
bypass the loading to CPC. Is there an analog of startup menu?
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As far as bypassing the autoexec and such, have you tried holding down the left shift key after power on and the system check? I know that worked on the early 80's DOS systems to bypass any commands after the command.com loaded.
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