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DEC PDP-11/34

Updated 2016-03-31
Company/Released :DEC
CPU :PDP11 (16 Bit)
Operating System :None
RAM :64 Kwords
Storage :1 RK05 Harddrive
Display :None
Misc Peripherals :None
History :02/13/1998 : Acquired 6' rack, RK05J drive, 5 RK05 disc packs and the 11/34 for $100.00.
02/21/1998 : Verified power supply was good and powered on for the first time. It works!
03/31/2016 : Sold to another collector along with a spare DEC tape drive, spare RK05J drive and various other parts and my DG Nova 3 for $100.

Comments

Finally passed this along, my ability to actually make use of the system was almost nil and it was just sitting stored away so sold it along with some other parts to another collector.

Original Comments

I don't have much experience with DEC equipment so I'm having fun learning about this system. I'm just beginning to restore this machine to operation. If you have any documentation, I have none, or info or items for the PDP-11 series, let me know. I can also use any assistance, info or whatever in bringing this back online. The boards with the system are: RK05 controller (M7254, M7255, M7256, M7257), memory (H-228B, H-222A (x2)), memory parity (M7850), SLU & Realtime clock (M7856 (x2)), an M7814, console interface (M7859), boot roms (M9301YF), and cpu (M8265, M8266). The RK05 drive seems to be missing a cover. Any one have a spare around? I'd hate to have dust get in and mess with the heads.

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