This is a refresher on the Sega TeraDrive, I figure while I have them out for the XT-IDE card I might as well share new video of them in their natural habitat. Hope you enjoy the video, be sure to … Continue reading
Today we have a look at the Sega TeraDrive externally. It’s quite an interesting machine and has a few things in common with the early IBM computers, such as the IBM PS/2 Model 25, Model 30 and the IBM PS/1. … Continue reading
There’s nothing I enjoy more than finding a computer on the side of the road. So what happens when I find TWO computers on the side of the road? Why I hook both of them in to see if they … Continue reading
Oh dear! My Sega TeraDrive (Model 3) power supply gave out today. It’s probably been dead for a while but I just never noticed since it was sitting on a shelf looking tidy. The model 2 still works well though … Continue reading
There’s nothing more exciting than finding rubbish on the side of the road that is electronic! This morning as I left for work I noticed a PC out the front of my home, it looked wet… it had been raining … Continue reading
We take a trip down memory lane to my first Hackintosh motherboard, the ASRock 775Dual-915GL. Powered by a beefy Celeron single core CPU, it ran circles around all the PowerPC G4 and G5 technology of the day.
The original I … Continue reading
This is a quick video wrapping up on all the other TeraDrive XTIDE videos so you don’t have to sit through eight hours of videos. Mission accomplished!
Above we have the XTIDE BIOS working in XT mode with nice menus … Continue reading
Looks like I am not the only one who has a virus at the moment. Trusty old Osborne got the MBR of the hard drive infected with a virus from the Sound Blaster 16 install disks I installed earlier to … Continue reading
This is what it was all about. With the Creative CD-ROM functional, we now have a functional 486 in the household. The Amstrad Mega PC isn’t counted since it is more a 386SX on steroids, or a crippled 486… Take … Continue reading