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WTB: 30mb Hard drive for IBM PS/2 model 25.

luckybob

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Seems like this model 25 of mine has become my white whale. Looking for a 30mb WORKING hard drive. Face-plate is a plus. I'm not interested in alternate interfaces. (xt-ide, scsi, etc) Open to trades, I have a large quantity of <500mb ide and scsi hard drives and pre-Pentium equipment. Shoot me a PM.
 

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I know for a fact I ahve both drives AND faceplates.

Unfortunately they are buried under a mountain of boxes however I do not have any intention of getting rid of them any time soon. I can't remember if the drives worked last I tested but when I can probably reach them in a few months you can have a kit for the cost of shipping.
 

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Is there something that might 'motivate' you? (for lack of a better term) I know of the 20mb on ebay, from some russian country. I'd buy it if I wasn't certain that it would be destroyed in shipping.
 

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Well for future reference, It's a bit rude to taunt someone with something and tell them you aren't going to let them have it. Call me strange.
 

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Okay, fine. I'll pull a set out for you.

Before things get confusing I'm assuming the drive interface is the same to the model 30 where the drive has the 44 pin edge connector. I have that in 30mb.

If not I have an ESDI drive pulled fomr a model 70 that has the 72 pin edge connector. That too is 30mb.
 
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