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Oscar Castillo 18 April 2003 01:12

Amiga Toaster 4000
 
Amiga 4000 (yes the Newtek stripes)
040/25
OS3.1 ROMs & original OS 3.0 ROMs
18MB RAM
Floppy
SCSI CDROM
DataFlyer
Buddha IDE Controller
CatWeasel controller
Toaster 4000 (plus the 40 or so disks)
Picasso II (no pass thru cable)
Xsurf Ethernet
Keyboard & mouse

Don't have the time or drivers for the SCSI CD, but the system is 100% functional. Don't know anything about the Toaster 4000, but it did work when I fooled with it prior to the hard drive going bad. The Picasso II worked fine as well. Battery removed, no leakage. Everything as is. I think there are two stripped screws that go from the hard drive mounting bracket to the power suppy, so it'll only be support on one side.

Any ideas what I can get for this?

Unknown_K 18 April 2003 03:48

I suggest you check out completed auctions on ebay

Probably $400+ on EBAY if you show the pretty pictures and get the cdrom working.

By any chance do you have a amiga to vga monitor adapter you want to sell? I have a NEC 3ds monitor coming and need an adapter to use it, was waiting on a deal from another source but not sure whats going on there.

Oscar Castillo 18 April 2003 03:56

I'd like to get the CD-ROM going, but hard to find the install disks for the DataFlyer. Although it does work with an IDE CD-ROM and the Buddha.

Unknown_K 18 April 2003 04:05

There are dataflyer install disks here for:

http://amiga.resource.cx/install/install.pl

DataFlyer Plus (2000s & 2000e) (Expansion Systems)
DataFlyer SCSI+ (Expansion Systems)


Also here:

http://www.l8r.net/install/hdc.html

apollo.2030hdinstall.DMS ACT's Apollo 2030 hd

dataflyerScsiPlus.DMS Expansion System's a1200/4000 SCSI Plus

DataFlyer_IDE.DMS Expansion System's A500/2000 IDE

DataFlyer_scsi.DMS Same as above, but SCSI?

Any of these helpfull?


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