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Pauls Old Crap

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|June 5, 2019
|https://youtu.be/9VpTu5c8I_w
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|Motorola Atlas 604 (PReP) and Windows NT 4.0 PowerPC
|The [[Motorola Atlas]] is a PowerPC board based on the [[PowerPC Reference Platform]] (PReP) and features the IBM 604 processor. In this video we'll take a close look at the board and also install [[Windows NT 4.0]], discussing all the strange things you'd need to know about this type of setup.
|January 31, 2020
|https://youtu.be/ddOBOBZu_bg
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|Today we open a sealed copy of Microsoft Bob and install it onto my 486 PC under Windows 3.11. We spend a little bit of time checking out a few areas of Microsoft Bob until it becomes just too annoying to keep using.
|January 19, 2020
|https://youtu.be/PVYgZk5Qmwg|-|Logitech ScanMan 256 (Unboxing/Installing/Demo)|Today we'll unbox the Logitech ScanMan 256 grayscale handheld scanner and demonstrate the installation and first usage. This version of the ScanMan requires a free ISA slot for the bus card, and a 386 or up with Windows 3.1.|February 18, 2020|https://youtu.be/VGBuDOhkMRA|-|What is a PhoneNET adapter? (Vintage Macintosh Networking)|Today we're going to talk about the [[Farallon PhoneNET]] adapter released by [[Farallon Computing]] as a competitor to Apple's own LocalTalk adapter. These adapters allowed for AppleTalk connectivity over conventional telephone cables.|April 1, 2020|https://youtu.be/M7SuQ2tAGCQ|-|Wang Professional Computer (Hardware/Software Tour)|Today we take a look inside the [[Wang Professional Computer]] hardware components and see what kind of software applications were bundled from the factory. This system is interesting in its proprietary nature instead of trying to be compatible with IBM, which seemed to end up being the wrong decision.|April 25, 2020|https://youtu.be/SZEvD7j-taE|-|Connectix RAM Doubler (Unboxing/Install)|In this video we'll unbox a copy of RAM Doubler by Connectix and install it onto one of my vintage Macs. RAM Doubler was a popular utility for those of us who couldn't afford actual memory upgrades.|May 8, 2020|https://youtu.be/LH2PJajqyJQ|-|Earth Explorer from Apple Home Learning (Unboxing/Install)|Today we unbox and install a copy of [[Earth Explorer]] which seems to be an "edutainment" type software title under the Apple Home Learning series in 1995. This is part of my permanent Apple boxed software collection.|May 25, 2020|https://youtu.be/Alb1oJfSQx4|-|Installing Windows 95 on a Macintosh! (Apple PC Compatibility Card)|Today we're going to take a look at the Apple PC Compatibility Card which gives us a Pentium 166 processor on a PCI card, letting us run PC operating systems such as Microsoft Windows 95 at pretty much full speed on our Macintosh. We'll cover the Windows 95 install and getting the custom drivers working.|July 2, 2020|https://youtu.be/UzDLRfrGT2c|-|AST Advantage! Explorer 486SX/33 Laptop Tour/Repair|I recently bought this AST Advantage! Explorer 486 laptop which needed a bit of work to restore it to a functional state. We'll take a look at the internal components of the laptop, the repair work I performed and do a simple Internet test with Windows 3.11. |August 5, 2020|https://youtu.be/4S2DIfLy2Gg
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|January 15, 2020
|https://youtu.be/vLw6_aZ8QyY
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|Riverstone Networks RS 8000
|Today we're going to take a tour of the Riverstone Networks RS 8000 router/switch and run a configuration demonstration. We'll also discuss a brief history of [[Riverstone Networks]] and how I ended up with this particular unit.
|June 17, 2020
|https://youtu.be/74So2aouKM4
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== Extras Channel Updates (Paul's Crap) ==
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|December 2017 Update
|Discussing the new additions to Paul's Old Crap including an [[Apple IIgs]], SCSI2SD and Ethernet card for the Mac SE/30.
|December 12, 2017
|https://youtu.be/AM00G5zYGQs
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|January 2018 Update
|Discussing January's plans and recent parts arriving for the [[SGI Indy ]] and Mac board re-capping project.
|January 9, 2018
|https://youtu.be/HAZ_F7OaVwQ
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|February 2018 Update
|PATA to SATA adapters, more parts for [[Amiga CD32 ]] recap, Mac LC Ethernet cards, SGI Indy PSU and CPU upgrade, software thrifting and a Grandstream ATA for my next project.
|February 8, 2018
|https://youtu.be/c5wOqBfBXxs
|August 1, 2019
|https://youtu.be/O4YO4vej1Zc
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|March 2020 Update
|Talking about some of the new (old) Macs I've picked up recently and a few other random items.
|March 4, 2020
|https://youtu.be/6lMcnzqAWLk
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== Further Details ==
Filmed in our Kelowna, BC office using a the following equipment:* Canon XH-A1. (legacy studio camera)* Canon XF100 (studio camera)* Nikon D7200 (photo camera)* Panasonic GH5 (4k primary video camera)* AverMedia Live Gamer Portable 2 PLUS (primary video capture)* AverMedia Live Gamer Portable (secondary video capture)* VGA2USB (secondary video capture) Parts/upgrades were purchased from the following sellers:
* Apple IIgs compact flash storage system from ReActive Micro
* SCSI2SD v5 microSD /v6 SD storage system from Inertial Computing
* SGI 24-bit video, R4400 CPU, R5000 CPU and Sony power supply from Herb Johnson (retrotechnology.com)
* Capacitors and soldering tools for Mac board repair from Digi-key
* Numerous Macintosh systems and components from Disappearing Inc
* New 30-pin Macintosh RAM and IIgs RAM card from Garrett's Workshop
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